I have a very small, IBM Netvista case an am looking for a motherboard. the motherboard size must be limited to 8.5 inch. x 9.5 inch. All the outside connections are along the 9.5 inch side. I have not been able to find a motherboard to fit. Also the power supply is only 200 watts. the model # for this case is H32-HS clas SU
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Re: What motherboard to use?
You could get a Mini-ITX mainboard in there, its around 17cm x 17cm,
when you look for motherboards look for ''form factor'' in the specification and google it to try to find the size. some sizes you will see are atx micro-atx (this might fit, not sure on the size) lpx nlx
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It seems, that you should replace motherboard, I've seen this kind of problems in my office, after year or two you won't be able to turn it on at all. In my opinion, it's bad quality capacitor on motherboard. Any way there is little chance that it cold be bad PSU, but it's really small chance.
The security device plugs into the left front of the MB as viewed from the front. It is approximately 1.5" x 2 inches in size. they sometimes come loose form the socket when a system is moved. Open the case and see if it is there and loose. If completely gone, then you need to contact your MB supplier for either the device, a new board or a factory reprogram of the board to disable the missing device.
There is a bunch of "model" numbers for the IBM netvista PC. You didn't menton yours in your question but after looking at a dozen or so I'll bet you have at least one PCI slot free for a wireless PCI card.