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Motherboard I need to find the identification of the board so I can know the correct frontpanel configuration and atachment for a e-machine 100 something model with a Amd processor and pheonix bios.

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Re: motherboard

There is a great program calledpc wizard 2008. this software helps identify your motherboard, and best of all its free. It has no spyware no spyware, and it has an eay to use interface. Heres the link to download the software good luck!

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I need the wiring diagram for the motherboard which I am replacing with a new motherboard

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Try the manufacturer of the board's website.

Get online and got to In the google search box type: "Gateway Support" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operating system when requested. Look for specifications on the board.

Gateway is probably not the manufacturer of the board but they might have some info on it. If not, try the board's manufacturer.

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If you do not have this CD, you will have to visit the manufacturer's website to download the drivers that you need.
If you do not have the manual for your motherboard, disconnect the power cord from your PC and remove the left side panel from the case. (With some older cases, both the case top and sides are a one piece assembly (cover) which you will have to remove). Next, using a flashlight, closely examine the surface of the motherboard and write down all identification names and numbers which are stamped on the board. Be very careful not to touch any components mounted on the motherboard. Gently move cables if they are blocking your view of the board. After you have written down the information, re-install the cover or side panel.
Once you get to the website, look in the support or downloads section of the site for the model number of your board.and select the drivers you need for download. Be sure the drivers you select are for the operating system you are using (XP, Vista , etc.)
In the event that you cannot locate the driver(s), look for a "contact us" link on the website support or home page. This link will provide you with contact information (phone or E-mail) and allow you communicate your problem to them.
If you have any additional questions contact me by clicking on the "Add a comment" link located under your problem description on FixYa. Also, if you believe that this information was helpful to you, please return to the FixYa website and rate my response to your question.
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1. You have a HP Pavilion a1720n PC Desktop
2. You are using Windows VISTA as your OS
3. You were having SATA identification issues that you felt needed correction

Then, and only then, should you have considered a BIOS upgrade. I have seen way too many of these go bad, and 80% of them were unnecessary. As soon as something glitches in a PC, people jump to the BIOS bandwagon, when in reality, it is the least likely item to be at fault. I can see only one of three things that went wrong here.

1. The BIOS Software was correct, but failed to install properly despite the fact that you did it exactly according to the instructions.

2. The BIOS Software was correct, but failed to install properly becuase you didn't do it exactly according to the instructions.

3. The BIOS was not correct, because although you may have an HP a1720n PC, your model might not be using the P5LP-LE motherboard that the BIOS was written for.

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This would be quite unusual, but it could happen.
I assume you have moved the memory sticks around (to test it) and you have used memory you know is good.
I must also assume that you are using the correct kind/speed/size/configuration memory memory sticks.
If my assumptions are correct, you need a new motherboard. You can't fix it.

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