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Motherboard changes Hi, Wondered if someone could help my frustration please. I have a PC manufactured by a company once known as Tiny I purchased form UK in 2001 Now i have prolem with Board D845HV is there any other similar Board that i can be substituted by the old one I have it ( motherboard D845HV), Also it should be available in market today, without to do a big changes in my PC Just because I can?t find now here in my country (Libya) the original motherboard D845HV Can anyone please help? With thanks, jamal

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Since that board is a Socket 478, there aren't too many choices for you. The below link has something that would fit your needs.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813138079

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