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H-Sing Enterprise Co.ltd (id) video id./Hair dryer to remove

Postby sew » Wed May 15, 2002 1:56 pm

Hello,

The video chipset on the motherboard is covered by a glued on "Heat Sink" I'm seeking info on a program to identify the chip.

I've been told/suggested that a hair dryer might loosen the glue and alow the heat sink to be removed.

Is their a another way with software to (id) it?

Thank you
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Postby Aussie » Wed May 15, 2002 6:35 pm

If we can identify the board we can tell you the video chipset used.

Please describe the board fully or provide a bios string so that the board can be identified.


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bios wizard output 2.1

Postby sew » Wed May 15, 2002 7:37 pm

It's not a quote, anyway here is the information

Please advise of other data I can provide.

Thanks





Bios Wizard output

BIOS CAPABILITIES TEST REPORT
===============================

Generated by: BIOS Wizard 2.10
Date: May 15, 2002
Time: 22:14

PnP Version : BIOS currently supports latest version 1.0
PCI Version : BIOS currently supports latest version 2.1
PCI IRQ Routing Table : BIOS currently supports this feature
Enhanced Disk Drive
Specification : BIOS currently supports this feature
DMI Version : Valid DMI is not found
ACPI Version : ACPI is not found
APM Version : BIOS currently supports latest version 1.2
Booting From CD-ROM : Unable to test this feature because DMI is not
found
Supports ESCD : Unable to test this feature because DMI is not
found
Can be Updated (flashed) : Unable to test this feature because DMI is not
found
Can be Shadowed : Unable to test this feature because DMI is not
found
BIOS Chip in Socket : Unable to test this feature because DMI is not
found
Supports Selective Booting : Unable to test this feature because DMI is not
found
Supports LS-120 Booting : Unable to test this feature because DMI is not
found
Supports ZIP Booting : Unable to test this feature because DMI is not
found
Supports Network Booting : Unable to test this feature because DMI is not
found
BIOS Manufacturer : American Megatrends
BIOS ID : 51-0831-001437-00101111-071595-M571
BIOS Date : 07/15/95
BIOS OEM Signon :
BIOS ROM Size : Unknown
Chipset : SiS5597 rev 2
Super I/O Chip : UMC/ITE 8669 found at port 108h















Aussie wrote:If we can identify the board we can tell you the video chipset used.

Please describe the board fully or provide a bios string so that the board can be identified.


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Postby Hardware Junkie » Wed May 15, 2002 7:43 pm

PC CHips M571

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Postby Aussie » Wed May 15, 2002 9:26 pm

So, to answer the posters question the board uses an SIS 5598 video chip.

Drivers available here:-

http://www.sis.com/support/driver/index.htm


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