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I am looking for a user manual for a PC Partner motherboard I have but all I have is the Bios ID# to ID the model of the board. Can you help? The bios ID# is 07/20/1999-i810-NS366-6A69MV396-00.

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They offer a free BIOS scan to identify your board at this link.

Hope this helps,

Nate P.

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