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Well you do not need exactly the same motherboard. You need a motherboard that has the exact CPU socket, DDR slots and AGP or PCI slot.
Here are the specifications for the motherboard:
Processor - AMD Athlon/Athlon XP/AthlonXP Barton/Duron Processor - FSB 200/266/333MHz Chipset - North Bridge: NVIDIA nForce2 IGP - South Bridge: NVIDIA nForce2 MCP - I / O Chip : Winbond W83627HF Memory - 3 DDR Sockets: - DDR200 to 400 non-ECC DDR SDRAM up to 3GB (Single Channel) or up to 2GB (Dual Channel) Expansion Slots - 1 x AGP 8X/4X slot (1.5V Only) - 3 x PCI slots (PCI 2.2 compliant) IDE Connectors 2 ATA133 channels (up to 4 ATA 133 IDE Devices) Onboard I/O Connectors - 1x Floppy Connector - 2x USB 2.0/1.1 header (4 ports USB cable optional) - 1x CD_IN header - 1x COM Port header - 1x S/PDIF in/out header (S/PDIF in/out cable optional) - 1x CPU fan header with fan rotation detection function - 1x System fan headers with fan rotation detection function - 2x 5 pin system panel header (Intel spec) - 1x 3 pin Power LED header - 1x 4 pin Speaker header - 1x Front audio header (Intel spec) - 1x Case Open detection header - 1x Wake on LAN - 1x 4 pin TV-Out header So you have to buy a motherboard that has Socket A, that support DDR I memories and has an AGP slot (for the video card).
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This problem occurs because of confliction between RAM memory frequency. For that you must have 2 RAM with same memory frequency and same company chip . Then it works fine with 2 RAM. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks.
Hi, Chances are good that your third 1gig memory module is faulty. Windows blue screen of death at startup is a typical symptom of faulty RAM memory. Try replacing the third 1gig DIMM with another of the same type. Let me know if this works or not. Regards, Graemevm
Redhat may not support this board. You need to read the supported hardware under your version of Redhat.
With Linux, as with any operating system, you should always get the latest version. The newer versions may support the newer hardware. This is not always so...
Go to the support on the redhat.com website. If you have a subscription, you will have complete support. Go to free websites for Linux and ask with blog or other email, etc. about your problems with the specific version you have. It is very important when asking for help, to state your version. This way the helper will have more places to go to help you.
1st u need to buy 8-Port Hub/Switch
NIC or LAN Card
7 pcs UTP Wire w/ RJ45 Jack on both end (depende sa haba)
Then connect smartbro to the CPU (Built-in LAN)
Connect 8-Port Hub/Switch to the CPU (LAN Card)
Install Hub/Switch Driver (If Needed)
Connect the 6 PC to the Hub/Switch
Setup your network using Network Wizard (Control Panel)
Problem is you need to install Vista which support 4Gb! Look for specification on Vista you have!! Mostly XP and Vista support 2Gb! The problem is in your OS. 32 OS support max 2Gb of ram they detect you 3gb but they couldn't operate with all!!