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As you have not mentioned the Make/ Model of the motherboard/ PC, I cannot send you the direct link. But, in
case you dont have the drivers - Dont worry, you can download the
drivers from the internet for free. It requires a bit of googling or you
can search the official support site of the motherboard manufacturer. E.g.
www.intel.com, www.hp.com, etc. Search for the model of the Motherboard/ PC you
have, select the Operating System (OS) and download the required
you can use any ATX mainboard into an ATX case, they are universal. Your cpu will only fit boards with the same cpu footprint so you need to know what socket your cpu is.. lga775 is most common now.
I would advise a Gigabyte EP45-UD3LR board.
Excellent board and well worth the outlay..
no issues with windows xp or vista
and you can expand drives and ram as you wish..
That model has a MSI K8MM-V (MS-7142-010) motherboard. Mostly likely you knocked some of the computer case wire connectors off the motherboard. These connectors usually include things like the case speaker, indicator for your hard drive operating, etc.
You may want to do a websearch for the manual, which will show a detailed breakdown of these wire connections and how to reinstall them.
Hi, First of all you needed to open the "computer case" and find letters, numbers and brand... then search them on the Internet to know more "info" about your motherboard and will be your guide to get the right Drivers.... Hope this helps... keep us posted if you still have problems.
Your current motherboard is an mATX form factor. I recommend staying with that form factor for your new motherboard if staying with your current case. When upgrading to the new board you choose don't forget that you may need to upgrade the power supply unit also. You should upgrade to either a socket AM2+ board with dual core amd cpu or socket 775 board with Intel Duo Core2 cpu.
This question is listed as KM4M-L Motherboard, is that correct? You can look for labels, or usually white silk screened numbers, letters, etc on the motherboard itself. Once we can identify the mobo, we can then find the pinouts for the front panel connectors and such.