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I am looking for SY-P4I845PE ISA Motherboard but am having a hard time finding one. Is there anything out there that is similar? The situation I'm using this motherboard for is critical to my business. I would appreciate a quick response if possible. thanks, Glenda Tucker gtucker@maritime-international.com

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EBay might be your best bet. Probably not for the same board exactly, but you may find something close to what you need.

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