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Don't know what model my mother board is. Can't boot it up to see.

I have a motherboard that I would like to use, but I can't find out what model it is. There is some stuff on the board that might help. In a few places, it says Foxconn, so I think its made by them, but I don't see it on their website. I looked at all the pics and none matched. Its a socket 478. Mat/NO. 200678
S/N (S) 132725-0073832. There is an intel chip that says FW8280 F229009 SL66K. On the back of the board it says Yang AN YA-3 E114139 94V-0. If you could somehow find out what motherboard model this it, I would really appreciate it. Thanks

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  • beast911 Jun 16, 2008

    I'm not trying to put a new motherboard into a HP or Dell, I'm trying to find out what model this motherboard is so that I can use it. So that I can find out what kind of RAM is compatible with it ect.

  • Anonymous Nov 24, 2008

    I have the same problem

  • tommo1072 Jan 20, 2009

    i have the same problem myself ......

    i know the comp is made by colossus and have a western digital 40gig hdd

    and 2 256 ddr and two funny looking memory cards that are piggy-backed with 16 chip's each=8 each side and they are about an inch smaller than normal..i have an sis5598 chipset and an award bios .................



    thankyou for the time to look at this

    tommo1072

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If yuo have a HP or a Dell older than the year 2005 you will not be able to install a new motherboard into it

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