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Motherboard manual EliteGroup P6IWP-Fe Motherboard

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  • johnnie-a Nov 03, 2007

    IBM P6IWP-Fe mobo manual
    Serial no. EA=00D009DCEF32



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There's two versions of your motherboard listed version 1.0a and version 2.0 i've listed the links for updated software, drivers, bios and manuals for both, though version 1.0a doesn't have a listing for a downloadable manual it has all the other bits and pieces, i've also listed the link to help you identify which version your mainboard is:

software,drivers,bios etc, ver 1.0a:

software,drivers,bios, manuals ver 2.0:

version ID help:

Hope this helps you out

Posted on Nov 01, 2007


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Supports processors

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Identify your m/b - there is a ver 1 and a version 2 of the P6IWP-Fe. near the bottom of the linked page, which seem to blank, there some tabs; click the one labeled CPU. The list of supported CPUs will appear below (scroll down to see them) with the earliest BIOS version to support the CPU in the RH column.

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Install then scan for missing & outdated drivers.
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Download driver

Use this site to locate the drivers you need for your motherboard and devices:

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check the capacitor in to your board and check if there is not capacitor globe.

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Suitable replacement motherboard

Okay, the problem here is that there is no guarantees when hottswaping motherboards. First It helps if the mboard your swap to is of the same manufacturer thus this eliminates some driver identification problems with XP. Second the socket set (as you said PGA370) must be the same. Then VGA setup must be the similar as in, if its onboard on the first mboard it must be onboard for the second mboard. Otherwise you should be fine. Another option that you did not mention is creating a second partition on the harddrive and installing XP with any other motherboard onto that pertition you created. That way you can just simply copy you information across when you are running with your new mboard (this may be your best option) . Let me know how you go. Thanks


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