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On the board by the pci slots or the cpu socket

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1. How to indent a motherboard?

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How to indent a motherboard?

The way you are using the term 'Indent' is confusing.
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How to indent a motherboard?

Look for a group of numbers on the motherboard. They vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. But if you have an intel motherboard you probably have a manufacturer built system. Just type the model number of the Tower into your search engine and add motherboard after it.

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I have Intel E210882 motherboard.Which is the chipset?

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The motherboard chipset is an Intel 845PE.
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Intel part number - Intel 82801DB on the Southbridge chip,

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What cpu can the motherboard 661M03-G support?

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Got 3 long beeps, have changed good memory, same problem. Took out battery short the battery terminals for 30 seconds and re-install battery, still got the same problem, any ideas?

Look at the capacitors on the motherboard. They all should be indented inward. If any of them are bowled upwards, then you have a faulty motherboard, and the reason that your RAM isn't working on it.


Take out all the RAM and only try to boot with one RAM chip installed at a time.

Maybe the RAM is incompatible with the motherboard?

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Hopefully you got the Intel 775 pin processor line but the installation should be pretty straight forward.

Looking at the motherboard where the CPU would go, there is a metal lever type of locking mechanism that extends the length of the processor space. You'll want to first move it to the side, then rotate it up toward you.

This will loosen up the brace that would apply pressure to the CPU, locking it down into place. Open this door/brace up and (if a new motherboard, remove the black plastic protector inside the door) and you'll notice the pins are located on the motherboard themselves. [ Older motherboard/processors had the pins on the CPU ] If you look along the plastic edge of the where the processor would sit in the motherboard, there are little tabs protruding out toward the pins.

Now in looking at your processor, you'll notice that there are also two indentations on the edge of your processor. You'll match these indentations and tabs up so that the processor will sit nice and cozy inside (remember, you want the gold dotted side DOWN).

There will a little play in the processor itself once you set it down which is normal.

Close the door/brace and bring the locking lever down. It may require a good firm force to pivot the lever down but once you get it down far enough, move it over slightly to the side (opposite of how you removed it) and then lock it into place. (you'll notice that there are small plastic brackets that hold this lever down in place to lock it.)

Now that the CPU is locked down, its time to put some thermal paste down on it. (most CPU coolers already have the jelly on the bottoms... a grey jelly material)

Depending on how big of a cooler you have for the CPU, for the larger ones, I always do an eyeball test fit... just to make sure that I have it rotated and fitted correctly before setting it down and locking in the screws.

Don't forget to plug up the CPU cooler/fan to the motherboard CPU_FAN plug.

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Hi, Even with just 128mb of memory, you should be able to complete the XP install albeit a bit slow. If system reboots in the middle of an install, there can possibly be 4 problems: 0. Video card - if an add-on PCI-E/AGP video card is present, it may be defective or overheating; 1. Memory - you may need to try a different memory (not necessarily bigger but of course that would be better); 2. Hard Disk - heating up after some time and becomes unrecognized by the motherboard; and/or 3. Motherboard - overheating component, CPU chipsets (if new, claim warranty replacement). Could also be a fan problem or CMOS/BIOS setting for CPU fan temp control. Most common I've run across with are blistered, swollen, burst capacitors. These are the cylindrical components that comes in varying diameters and heights. Very near the CPU itself would be a couple of these components. Normally the top should be shiny, very flat with an X or Y indentation. Those swollen, burst or show signs of brownish stain are defective and can no longer hold a charge and do its function/purpose. Unfortunately, the normal course of action is to replace the motherboard. The capacitors themselves can be replaced but that would require a very very patient and careful tech who is very familiar with soldering, desoldering pump and knowledge of PCB layouts. Hope this be of some idea/help. Post back how things turn up or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.

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