Question about Intel Motherboard
Hi my names pete what sort of motherboard what you got
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
Well what you could do if you have all the box and material for the unit then just pack it up and then if you have a ebay acct list it on there as is and not tested.
As far as wanting to go with a new motherboard give me the model off the motherboard and ill find a nice replacement model or the processors spec if its a amd ect socket 939 ect
for all that has been tried and the fact that we are getting nowhere with it might just mean you have a bad motherboard which does happen but rarely.
The fact we cant get it setup and to power on poses another problem.
The only other thing I would suggest is if you want I can take a look at the motherboard and make sure there is no issues on the motherboard if you send it to me and I will fix what it needs and then get it back to you. if you dont mind paying shipping.
there is alot of options avail because for me to say its the motherboard would be just speculation until I actually ran tests on it myself.
Which is really a pain on here im use to doing tech support in person and ushally alot better when I have the product infront of me,
let me know and if you wanna go that route or if just replacing the motherboard is what you wanna do then we will either way find a way to get you a working unit
talk to you soon
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Open your Internet browser and navigate to the Gigabyte website. http://www.gigabyte.us/support-downloads/download-center.aspx
Enter the motherboard model in the search box and click "Search."
You can also click "Search" with an empty box to bring up a drop-down menu.
Choose "Motherboard" and your motherboard's socket, chipset and model.
Choose "Driver" in the "Download Type" drop-down menu and select your operating system.
Click the file download location closest to you, usually America.
Click "Save" and make a note of the download location. Double-click the file once it is downloaded.
Click "I Agree" to agree to the end user license agreement. Click "Next" until the installation is complete. Click "Finish" and reboot your computer.
hope this helps
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