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PostPosted: Fri Aug 26, 2005 11:05 pm 
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Hello, Could someone please tell me the manufacturer of a mobo i have that came out of a IBM Aptiva. Specs are:cpu AMD K6 500 MHz, Chipsets: Northbridge SIS530, Southbridge SIS5595, Award BIOS 1998 with numbers 229780288, It has letters on the back of the board: UNIC 3 94V-o, and on the front the letters: PRO 263 REV. 3.0. Thank You. Vic.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2005 1:48 am 
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USI Pro263 board. USI is not going to be of any help, they only make boards for OEMs, no retail boards. You'll have to post the series/model info of your machine so we have a remote chance of locating the info at IBM. This xxxx-xxx number, e.g. 2142-S61, is usually on the back of the casing on a label.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2005 2:53 am 
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Hello, Thanks for your reply. The sticker on the back of the machine reads:MACHINE TYPE 2199
MODEL NUMBER 200
S/N BNB5713
MFG DATE OO5
There is also a small sticker with the same info on it: 1s2199200bnb5713.
I had a rough look at IBM site but no satisfaction, couldn't find the model number. Hope you have better luck. Thanks again. Vic.


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that would combine to 2199-200 for the quicksearch and indeed gives no hits. But at least I now have some info to make some light in the dark room they keep their info in... :twisted:

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evasive wrote:
that would combine to 2199-200 for the quicksearch

http://www.remotac.net/support_files/%A ... 187/Aptiva 2199-200.mht

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KURIAKI wrote:
evasive wrote:
that would combine to 2199-200 for the quicksearch

http://www.remotac.net/support_files/%A ... 187/Aptiva 2199-200.mht


Copy and paste that info an IE window. Firefox just displays the code.

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Getting the message I have to install support for traditional Chinese. Choose no.
http://www.remotac.net/support_files/%A ... 99-200.mht

MIGR-4JYHQR is the original document code which is not (yet?) available at the lenovo support pages for IBM stuff. I also know there's a hardware maintenance manual for this series, I'm trying to track that one down...

This board is indeed used in both the 2187-*** and 21999-*** models.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2005 3:31 pm 
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I would like to thank all members who replied to my question you are all a great bunch of people.Thanks again.Vic


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