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Karlsweldt wrote:Welcome to Motherboards.org.
The first video screen you see will have a string of characters in the lower left corner. This is the BIOS ID string, a positive ID. That can easily be searched on Google.
As to posting info: Board size (standard ATX, micro ATX, AT, BTX type (noted in inches or mm).. type of adapter slots, CPU socket type.. and power connector. Plus chipset brand names. This will narrow down the possible field. If possible, a crisp photo of the board is an ideal subject.
You would need a hosting service to provide a photo, or PM a Moderator about a photo to post.
Frozti wrote:cool, i will try to put a new thread up tonight, if i do i will put a link in this one. thanks
Karlsweldt wrote:Frozti wrote:cool, i will try to put a new thread up tonight, if i do i will put a link in this one. thanks
Try to keep a topic contained in one thread.. multiple duplicated threads are frowned on, as is double-posting. Almost all Forums have this rule.
Keeping all info and 'chat' in one thread is the proper protocol.
The Web site http://stason.org/TULARC/pc/index.html has a very large library of motherboard diagrams, plus pinouts, power connections, etc. pertaining to computing.. plus many other interesting topics.
Browse the motherboard library, you may find the exact model.. and specs!
..besides the word beta, it does say "for evaluation use only"
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