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Trouble Identifying motherboard

Postby joesoddjob » Thu Aug 21, 2014 7:29 pm

I am having trouble identifying a motherboard here is all the info that i can see on it:

KL001110DG
P/N: 20910-001
PWB Rev B01

ID: M000038Z807199D
SN674611457VERB02

Any help would be appreciated
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Re: Trouble Identifying motherboard

Postby Karlsweldt » Fri Aug 22, 2014 7:25 am

Welcome to Motherboards.org.
Could be a Toshiba or other brand. Did find a similar query here on our Forum..
viewtopic.php?p=585271
If it does work, there would be a string of characters in the lower left of the first video screen. This is the BIOS ID string, a positive ID of the board.. and its inception date.

Helps to describe the board better, for easier ID.
CPU type
Board design (Mini or full ATX, other)
Device card slots
Memory type slots
Chipset brand
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Re: Trouble Identifying motherboard

Postby joesoddjob » Fri Aug 22, 2014 8:55 am

can not video to come on I will take a photo of the motherboard and try to upload it.
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Re: Trouble Identifying motherboard

Postby joesoddjob » Fri Aug 22, 2014 12:06 pm

socket says PGA370
2- dimm sockets
ATX power
3- ide sockets
1- AMR socket
1- TV/DFP SOCKET
3- PCI SLOTS

MOUSE-PS2
KEYBOARD-PS2
2-USB
1-SERIAL
1-VIDEO
1-PRINTER
MIC IN, LINE IN, LINE OUT, GAME CONNECTOR


tried to upload pics but says file is too large.
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Re: Trouble Identifying motherboard

Postby joesoddjob » Fri Aug 22, 2014 7:26 pm

there is a chip in the middle of the board with:

Intel 810
FW82810
L937TB26
SL3P7

another chip to the right of battery :

INTEL
FW82801AA
L9380110
SL3MA

another under that one :

686
AMIBIOS
1999
AD15
5347
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Re: Trouble Identifying motherboard

Postby joesoddjob » Fri Aug 22, 2014 8:12 pm

Just looked at board again and found this on the back in the left hand side of the board:

D-YING M-VO E150630 94V-0
9938
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Re: Trouble Identifying motherboard

Postby Toby B. » Sat Aug 23, 2014 9:54 pm

tried to upload pics but says file is too large.


Send pics to webmaster@ctechinfo.net

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Re: Trouble Identifying motherboard

Postby Karlsweldt » Sun Aug 24, 2014 5:57 am

Important clue as to identity.. "Intel 810" noted.
There were several variations on that series. Some had only a FSB of 400 MHz, some could do 533 MHz or higher. The CPU that is compatible may be only the Celeron or Northwood versions, maximum 900 MHz.
You might find a matching image at this site.. http://www.motherboard.cz/intel8xx.htm
A word of caution though.. there is a plague on almost all electronics known as "bad caps" where the larger electrolytic capacitors swell and leak. Look over all the capacitors for domed tops, excessive leaning or signs of leakage. They all should have flat tops or slightly concave. More info at www.badcaps.net/
If that board has any life in it, ensure the memory is compatible to the CPU in use.. as well the CPU being compatible to the board. Memory should be single-density, perhaps 256 MB max each module. PC-3200 is rated for a 400 MHz memory speed. It should work well at lower speeds. And should be non-ECC or non-buffered.
There is a coin-sized battery on the board, which keeps the real-time clock working, and keeps system settings in a CMOS memory. Commonly called a BIOS battery, CR2032 marked. 3.0 volts is its rating, and if doubtful about its health, replace it. Many motherboard types will show no signs of life, if the real-time clock isn't active!
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Re: Trouble Identifying motherboard

Postby joesoddjob » Mon Aug 25, 2014 12:49 pm

Toby B. wrote:
tried to upload pics but says file is too large.


Send pics to webmaster@ctechinfo.net

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Re: Trouble Identifying motherboard

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