I can direct you to a link which will allow you to download the manual for the, Abit BX 133-Raid motherboard. (Abit no longer supports any downloads for this motherboard).
Other than the drivers for the board, the manual is the most needed item for any motherboard.
Click on this link;
To view the manual you will need to download & install, Adobe pdf reader. (This too is free).
Once the manual is opened into Adobe reader you can print the manual. Though printing is an option it's not the best option. It is best to view while in the PC. While being viewed in a PC you are able to zoom in & out which makes it easier to see the tiny details of the board. (Very helpful)!
You can download the motherboard chipset utility which will install most if not all of the drivers needed to run the parts on the motherboard.
Click on this next link: http://driverscollection.com/?file_id=5144
Lastly here are the specification for the board: (Also found in the manual).
1. Supports Intel Pentium® III Socket based processor
2. Supports Intel Celeron® Socket based processor
3. Reservers support for future Intel Pentium® III/Celeron processor
1. Intel®440BX chipset (82443BX and 82371EB)
2. Supports Advanced Configuration and Power Management Interface (ACPI)
3. Supports AGP 1X/2X (Sideband)3.3V device
Ultra DMA 100
1. High Point HTP370 IDE Controller
2. Ultra DMA 100MB/Sec data transfer rate
3. RAID 0(stripping mode for boosting performance)
4. RAID 1 (mirroring mode for data security)
5. RAID 0 +1(stripping and mirroring)
1. Three 168-pin DIMM sockets support SDRAM module
2. Supports up to 1GB MAX. (8, 16, 32, 64, 128,256MB SDRAM)
3. Supports ECC
1. SoftMenuTMIII Patent Technology and DIP switches to set CPU parameters
2. Award Plug and Play BIOS
3. Write-Protect Anti-Virus function by AWARD BIOS
4. Year 2000 Compliant
Multi I/O Functions
1. Two Channels of Bus Master IDE Ports supporting up to four Ultra DMA 33/66/100(up to 4 HDD devices)
2. Two Channels of Bus Master IDE Ports supporting up to four Ultra DMA 33 devices(up to 4 HDD devices)
3. PS/2 Keyboard and PS/2 Mouse Connectors
4. 1 Floppy Port (up to 2.88MB)
5. 1 Parallel Port (EPP/ECP)
6. 2 Serial Ports
7. 2 USB Connectors
1. 1 AGP slot, 5 PCI slots and 1 ISA slot
2. Hardware monitoring - Including Fan speed, Voltages,System environment temperature
3. Keyboard/Mouse/Password and Hot Key multifunction Power On.
4. Built-in Wake on LAN/Wake on Ring header
5. Built-in IrDA TX/RX header
You can also high-light this entire question & answer post & print all this.
Good luck Buck!
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