Question about Asrock K7VT4A+ Motherboard
Depends on the brand of computer..
some you can take the model and serial number off a tag on the back of the case and look it up on the maker's web site...
Else you will need a flashlight and a magnifying glass..
very carefully open the case and look inside at the board
there should be a board number someplace on it..maybe a sticker..
don't touch anything the slightest static discharge can fry everything in there..!
use a static wrist band if you can and ground it to something safe..
be careful in there..!
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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