I'm curious if there is a replacement board for the TR100? I am obviously asking because I'm working on a budget and would like to find a motherboard that is atleast not working from the stoneage. If anyone has any ideas, please let me know.
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Your email has nothing to do with the mother board. You can change all of that by going to your email account and in settings change all of that. If you have gmail for instance go to gmail.com login and go to account settings and change your pass word through your email server. Just curious if you could answer this question for me. What made you think or what is your theory on a Motherboard having something to do with email? Just curious are you referring to the ASUS page where you bought the mother board and they asked for an email address and you have to give a password on the site to be able to get into there site? John
I have found that desktop cases can accept motherboards from various manufacturers. There are a several mounting holes/screws on the base and these are standard mounting positions. Some of the mounting screws may need to be moved to accommodate the motherboard.
Just pick a motherboard that suits your requirements.
According to the Dell website your board has a 16X PCI express graphics slot. If so, you can ask for any PCI express graphics card at your retailer. The memory size and performance of the card will depend on your budget. Hope you find this info helpful.
The MoBos you are looking at will work fine if they are all ATX like your old one. BUT, check the boads for Socket matching with your processor, and also check see if they are AUTO processor speed detect or Manual.
If your operating system is NTFS platform like XP, you will need to EITHER reinstall the OS, or chose REPAIR options to replace just windows and updated BIOS files without messing up your generic documents. If you have non NTFS OS like Win 98, It will only ask for updated BoMo drivers. If you need more help with that part, just POST.
wat do u mean by dis--->"board starts up cant get any video from any cards"
well r u trying to say is that u cant watch movies or play games?
well is ur computers boot-up? lyk is windows running?
another question ur board might be not compatible to such kind of cards have u check ur mother board manual?
can u name ur motherboard breifly? like full model number?
n as u said u think ur mother board doesnt work , so if ur motherboard is not working is ur motherboard capable enough too install a windows without any errors? if yes then ur motherboard is 100% working its just that the video card that u'ave bought was not compatible enoguh to fit ur motherboard
u answer my these question then i'll tell u which video card too buy + mention ur budget that how mucch expensive card u can afford!
Hi, if you are on a tight budget then the FOXCONN motherboards are a good deal, [$90.00 to $150.00 AUD]
On a medium budget then MSI is your best available, around $200.00 AUD Top line motherboards I recommend the ASUS boards, around $300.00 AUD. [You may need to convert the currency] Try to avoid any no-name type boards , it is very dificult to obtain after market service. Regards mistyman