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Thread: idetifying a dead body, err mobo.




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    I got a free mobo to play with my celeron 366 (which was also free). But I dont know what mobo it is.
    All I got is SN. No manf. name or anything!
    How would I go about identifying this mobo.

    BTW it doesnt boot, so I cannot look at the BIOS to see what it is. :cry:
    But I dont think its dead, just needs correct jumper settings.
    Any ideas???

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    If it has a FCC no. then run it thru... damn that link don't work any more. :(

    Try this one instead, http://www.driverzone.com/guides/fin...eg/fccreg.html

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    The search engine on that site don't seem to be workin'.. :(
    To bad cause I could use it to..

    :cheers:

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    Damn, that's 2 links down. :cry:

    Maybe server work goin' on? :?:

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    Yeah it will probably be up in a few hours..

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    i actually found a good tool on motherboards.org
    you can put in your chipset, number of PCI, ISA, EISA, SIMM, DIMM slots etc and it will give you list of all the mobos that fit. It also gives you pics!
    It kicks butt. I found out which one is it.

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    So what is it? :?:

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