Question about Intel D845GVSR Motherboard
Hi i've just bought a dell motherboard from ebay and unfortunately it doesnt fit into my case, not only that but i have no idea what pc it came from.. i'm assuming a dimension, but i cant download the drivers for it either... i'd be really greatful if you could point me in the right direction for a case that fits the motherboard (including backplating) and any drivers i may need, thanks alot ^_^ amber. mobo info i received: e210882 rev.a01a373478 socket cpup.s. i have everything else i need... just not a working pc lol ^_^
Hello...sorry to hear about your problem. The motherboard you bought is a microATX Form Factor board (9.60 inches × 8.50 inches)...they don't get any smaller. It should fit. The board D865GVHZ (E210882) was made by Intel for Gateway. Some were for Dell.Drivers and BIOS are still available...http://support.gateway.com/support/drivers/search.asp?st=pn¶m=2519041Good Luck...I hope this helps
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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All motherboards have a size known as "form factor"
*********** baord is Micro ATX,
youll have to buy a case that can fit that motherboard in or buy another motherboard that will fit in your case, youll have to find out your dell model number to find the form factor, easiest way would be search your old motherboard number
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
OPTIPLEX GX280 MOTHERBOARD BIOS PASSWORD
Since this is Desktop PC Motherboard
there is no need to worry about password jumpers.
Too Reset the BIOS, by emptying its
small Memory Cache all you have to do is:
><<<< disconnect all
cables from the computer > open the side access panel > locate the small,
flat silver, coin-sized CMOS/RTC Battery > unclip it from its housing gently
with a flat-bladed screwdriver > wait for 2 minutes > reinstall the
Battery, making sure it clicks firmly into place > close the computer >
reconnect the cables > power up computer to test for successful POST and
BOOT processes >>>><
You should be fine after this.
hope this helps.
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