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Please ID This!

Postby computerkid1220 » Mon Jul 01, 2002 8:30 am

I have a motherboard that gave me the following items using BIOS Wizard:

PnP Version 1.0
PCI Versoin 2.1
PCI IRQ Routing Table supported
Enhanced Disk Drive Specification is supported
Valid DMI not found
ACPI not found
APM Version 1.1
BIOS Manufacturer PhoenixBIOS Version 4.05.C
BIOS Date 03/07/97
Chipset: Intel Triton 430VX rev 2
Super I/O Chip: SMC 93x rev 1 found at port 370h
The wizard couldn't find a BIOS ID
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Postby evasive » Mon Jul 01, 2002 8:46 am

Although no ID, it should have displayed a string. Please post that string.
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Postby computerkid1220 » Mon Jul 01, 2002 8:50 am

evasive wrote:Although no ID, it should have displayed a string. Please post that string.


All that was displayed in the box for the BIOS ID was "Unknown". :( Sorry.
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Postby evasive » Mon Jul 01, 2002 8:55 am

You'll have to get it from the bios startup screen then. Shut down system, unplug keyboard, power on system, write down the string at the bottom of the screen where your system halts, power down, plug keyboard back in, power on and post that string.
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Postby computerkid1220 » Mon Jul 01, 2002 9:07 am

evasive wrote:You'll have to get it from the bios startup screen then. Shut down system, unplug keyboard, power on system, write down the string at the bottom of the screen where your system halts, power down, plug keyboard back in, power on and post that string.


I tried. It doesn't work. My computer boots normally. The only thing I have that could help is this:

ATI-264VT/A4 EDO BIOS
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Postby evasive » Mon Jul 01, 2002 9:12 am

Well, we will have to do by other means then. Please post make/model of the system, and from the motherboard: the form factor (AT, ATX, NLX, LPX), power connector type (single row and/or double row), the processor/chipset/layout specs of your board + any names/numbers you find on the top surface of the motherboard itself (open the case).
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Postby computerkid1220 » Mon Jul 01, 2002 9:22 am

evasive wrote:Well, we will have to do by other means then. Please post make/model of the system, and from the motherboard: the form factor (AT, ATX, NLX, LPX), power connector type (single row and/or double row), the processor/chipset/layout specs of your board + any names/numbers you find on the top surface of the motherboard itself (open the case).


All right,
ChipSet: Intel Triton 430VX rev 2
Processor: Pentium 166 MhZ
System: NEC Ready 9701 SE
It came with Windows 95
More info to come...(Have to go to a different computer)
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Rest of the Info

Postby computerkid1220 » Mon Jul 01, 2002 9:46 am

Here's everything else:

One Row Power Connector
Can't find any numbers on motherboard :evil:
Only other thing is that the motherboard is integrated with these things:
Graphics Card
USB 1.1 (2 Ports)
1 Serial Port
Some other things, I can't remember

I hope this helps. :roll:
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A Possibility

Postby computerkid1220 » Mon Jul 01, 2002 10:08 am

The motherboard may be a FM568. That's all I know.
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Postby evasive » Mon Jul 01, 2002 10:21 am

Hmm, not found yet:
http://www.motherboards.org/mobocop/vie ... 14433.html

it may be very similar to the FM567:
http://www.bcmcom.com/_disc1/00000258.htm

Made by BCM/GVC. Going to check the archives...
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