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Motherboard specifications I had the specifications needed for my motherboard, but on a computer that won't print. This one will. Can you get http://support MOTHERBD/INTEL/2508901/250890118.5HTML for me somehow? I can't seem to get it.

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Re: Motherboard specifications

Your link is truncated. Here is the proper one:

and if that still gives you problems, try this:

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How do i find my product

If you need to identify your motherboard (the model number), you can do one of the below three things.
Identifying through Windows or other utility
Visually identifying
If you're trying to identify the motherboard for any of the reasons below, view these links for additional related information.
Motherboard form factor
Chipset or driver update
Product Listing or specifications
Replacement or repair
Identifying through Windows or other utility
First option is to view the manufacturer and model number in your Windows system, using the System Information utility. To access this utility, follow the steps below.
1.Click Start
2.Open All Programs, Accessories, System Tools and click System Information.
This utility provides a good bit of information about your computer. On the System Summary screen, you will find the motherboard manufacturer (System Manufacturer) and motherboard model (System Model). For example, for a computer with a MSImotherboard, the manufacturer would be MICRO-STAR INTERNATIONAL and a System Model of MS-7599. The Model is the model number of the motherboard.
Note: If your computer is an OEM computer, such as a Dell or Hewlett Packard, the model number may be the model number of your computer and not motherboard. For these computers, we suggest referring to the technical documentation for the model of the computer. These documents can be downloaded directly from the computer manufacturer.
The documentation or technical notes for your computer or motherboard also include the motherboard information. PDF versions of these documents can be downloaded from thecomputer manufacturer or motherboard manufacturer website.
Visually identifying
Finally, every computer motherboard has a silk screened name of the model and the manufacturer printed on the motherboard. For example, in the picture below, this motherboard has the model name printed above the memory slots. Click the image below to get a larger view of this picture.
Tip: If you are unable to locate a manufacturer or model number of the motherboard, but are able to locate an FCC identification number, it is recommended that you perform an FCC search using that number. Additional information about FCC numbers and how to search for information about an FCC number can be found on our FCC dictionary definition page.

Jan 13, 2015 | Motherboards

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No display from n15235 hp mother board why?

Connect your monitor to a different computer and see if you get display. If no, then the monitor has failed. If yes, the integrated graphics card on your motherboard has failed. Delete and reinstall the motherboard drivers that came with the computer. If still no video, you will need to buy a video card and install it. You have a PCIe expansion slot, so a video card will fit in it.
Here is the link to the specifications of your computer:

Jul 25, 2014 | HP Motherboards

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Need specifications for motherboard MB.N6702.001


Unfortunately motherboards made specifically for named manufacturers like HP, e-machines and so forth are supplied without and end-user documentation.

The best thing to do is to look up the model number of the computer (not the motherboard) and see what processors are compatible.

Dec 08, 2013 | Wertern Digital EMACHINES MB.N6702.001 /...

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All motherboards generally have a common way of connecting to the rest of the computer. Unfortunately, without knowing the specific details of your motherboard it is impossible to give directions on how to set it up.

In order to solve your problem you will need the manufacturer's installation manual. This can be done by doing a search for the manufacturer and model number (usually printed on the motherboard itself). Then go to the manufacturers website and you can find the manuals that correspond to the motherboard you are trying to set up.

Jul 18, 2009 | Motherboards

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How do i find out what motherboard i have?

If you have an HP computer (or any other name brand) the exact motherboard is not available to anyone but a service center using specific diagnostic tools for that brand of computer. If you have an aftermarket motherboard the manufacturer and model number are usually printed in large white letters & numbers on the board itself. You can also use a utility program called CPU-ID ( ) to find out the mainboard, and a lot of other useful information if the computer will run. If it won't run and it's not printed on the board you are probably not going to be able to find out what board it is at all.

Jun 14, 2009 | HP Motherboards

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Multimedia Audio Controller Needed as Well!

I find VGA and Audio triver for motherboard MSI-661FM3

Jun 02, 2009 | MSI 661FM3-V Motherboard

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I do not have enough knowledge about computer mnotherboard. What is its part and its uses and also what do thjey called as.

The motherboard is the most essential component in a computer. it is the piece of hardware which contains the computer's micro-processing chip and everything attached to it is vital to making the computer run.

The most important thing to remember about the motherboard is that it is a printed circuit board which provides all the connections, pathways and "lines" connecting the different components of the computer to each other - specifically, the Central Processing Unit or CPU, which is where (as its name implies) all the "processing" is going on to everything else.

Mar 27, 2009 | Intel Motherboard

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I have a asus motherboard with a socket754 it won,t start i want a manual of that motherboard thank you

Go to Click on the support link. Lookup your specific board model #. You will be able to download the manual from there free of charge. Hope this helps.

Mar 23, 2009 | ASUS P4S533 Motherboard

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Motherboard driver

Go to the motherboard's manufacturer's website. The motherboard manufacturer should be printed somewhere on the board. If not, try to Google the model number printed on the board.

As a last thought, sometimes motherboard manufacture's all use the same sound drivers for their various boards (ex. Realtek), so if you cannot find it for your specific board, you might try installing a different board's sound drivers that are the same for your board.

Oct 05, 2008 | EliteGroup P4M800-M7 Motherboard

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