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Problem Mystery motherboard

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by jamman32, Dec 6, 2009.

  1. jamman32

    jamman32 Nibble Poster

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    :unsure Have a motherboard i am taking a look at, it has no manufacturers name visable.
    All i have to go onat present is a serial no.(8GU04481207 verE01)

    any help with identifying would be appreciated..thanks:biggrin
     
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  2. Sparky
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    There should be something on the motherboard somewhere, where did it come from?
     
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  3. jamman32

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    Got it out of a desk top a friend had laying around . no brand name on it
     
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  4. UKDarkstar
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    Photo ?
     
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  5. jamman32

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    Will post a photo and any more info i have tomorrow ... thanks guys
     
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  6. jamman32

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    Here are some pics of my motherboard. Its a socket 7 , Can not find a manufacturers name on it,
     

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  7. Theprof

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    What about part number? I've found stuff in the past using those...
     
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  8. jamman32

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    Checking all the numbers as i go...seems to be a standard board,
     
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    Looks pretty old to me :lol:
     
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    Does the board still work/function, if your that bothered you could assemble it all together and possibly see more info about it in the bios???, correcdt me if im wrong

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  12. Raffaz

    Raffaz Kebab Lover Gold Member

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    This board looks ancient. :) The FCC number appears to be located between 2 of the 3 white slots on the mobo. Try typing that number into google.
     
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  13. nick9one1

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    my guess would be a "tiny computers" motherboard as they had a range of desktops in which the boards were backwards and you access the case from the opposite side.

    Cant you just run everest?
     
  14. Josiahb

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    Holy crap thats old....

    ISA slots....

    Why are you trying to find out? Is it idle curiosity or are you trying to get the machine back up and running?
     
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  16. greenbrucelee
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    This.

    If no luck the use the serial number the FC numbers, it should show up in google. My bets its chinese.
     
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    This thread is nearly a year old guys :rolleyes:
     
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