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Board specs I have been given a e-machine model 3220. My problem is this I have put the board into a different case and I want to know what the specs are for the board as I do not have them and what seems strange is the board is a sony vio . Are these the boards that were used in this model

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Try downloading a program called Belarc Advisor from www.belarc.com/free_download.html . This will tell you the Mainboard model, then google it for the specs.

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In which case change the monitor. I have checked the spec of the board and it has a VGA connector and should output to a normal VGA monitor. But your system is designed for Point of information and industrial automation. Try and find a display made for these purposes.

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oh wow. Why would the lady say such an ignorant thing with such conviction. This is just nonsense as we all know companies outsource all the time, precisely Retail driven, close to the end user companies like HP and Dell. PRODUCING is not the same as contracting out a set of mobos like the gentlemen correctly suspected of being the same as a foxconn model. I happen to have an HP with a foxconn mobo (and to the guru lady, it seems to also have Nvidia's signature, so really, what you see here, is Nvidia provides tech, Foxconn manpower and efficiency, and HP sales and marketing and the product sells, but suggesting HP which cant get to the phone to keep up support go out and actually manufacture their own mobos is the stuff of laziness).

To the gentleman asking, I have looked at the specs and your analysis seems to be right on. Here's another exact HP product (the one I own, given another HP special foxconn mobo name given the sheer volume of business these folks generate to foxconn. It does seem to get often confusing though and if I were you, and you seem to be quite familiar with hardware and the such, if you were to attempt a flash, make sure to backup first, that is the only harm you will cause to your computer, if you are not cautious even when you're certain. Here's the link to which I mentioned so many times:

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Just because the information is on the case does not mean it is the right one, if som,e one changed it.

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You have two SATA connectors but only need one SATA hard Drive. It has two because Gigabyte has a optional RAID setup. Some have 6, it depends on the nodel.

Alright, i looked it up online.

First, It has Dual Channel DDR which means you have to have two sticks of memory the same amount of memory on each stick, or just one. Whichever, you cant mix up different speeds or different size memory stix.

You need to have a SATA Hard Drive not IDE as this model appears to be SATA only. The IDE is meant for the CD Drive.

motherboard_productimage_ga-ma74gm-s2h_big.jpg http://www.giga-byte.com/Support/Motherboard/Driver_Model.aspx?ProductID=2775


Is that your Board? Or close? the link is to the website.

Did you get this new? how old is it? This board is meant for setting up a raid system so if its not what you intended, get a smaller or less expensive board. Take it back and say it didnt fit your case just didnt meet your specs that you thought.


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as long as you already know the socket family it belongs in.
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Cheers and best regards,

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here it is...from here you ll take the manual,the configuration,the drivers and all the rest about your board..
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bye bye

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well this problem is not new to me..and unfortunatelly I had the same problem on 2 different mainboards,both by asus.
I dont know to explain exactly to you which part of the mainboard is damaged,because this can be differnet from case to case(like damaged overheated condensors,or condensors put wrong +/- from factory or the chipset has problems or rests of metal glue on the back of the board making some short circuit)..so I cant tell exactly where to look..but..more than sure it is the mainboard.
I remember I used to have this problem in office..and like an irony...it worked fine in games..
well my conclusion and advice to is to go back to the seller to ask a new one if this is in guarantee..oor buy a new one if you can..because youll never get to aa end with this.
however you may still try one last thins..try to make a bios update.
sometimes,like 40% of cases it works.
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try this to and if you cant get a positive result..get another new one
for the bios update get into the asus oficial site ,find your model there,download the new bios version,make a bootable cd and in DOS mode re write the bios.
take care this is a delicate job.
good luck Amanda and please let me know if I can do more..
bye bye

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