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Rebuild existing desk top

The unit failed as my son left for Iraq and he ask me to rebuild it so his daughter here in the states could be in contact with him. It has failed to boot just before he left and I did not see exactly what happened. He requested that I rebuild it. I worked as a field tech in research and development for TI for about 30 years mostly in adverse enviroments overseas soI build my own desk tops here so I know the only two things I need to repair the unit is a manual andthe setup support disk. Can you help me? My email address is robcoate@msn.com --tel US 254-822-1476 address Robert Coate , 835 Bays Road, Axtell, TX 76624-1158 and my FAX is 1-208-730-5088. I WOULD CERTAINLY APPRECIATE YOUR ASSISTANCE IN OBTAINING THE ABOVE LISTED MATERIAL SO I MAY PROCEED WITH THE REBUILD OF THIS UNIT....I KNOW A LITTLE SEVEN YEAR OLD WHO WOULD CERTAINLY APPRECIATE IT.

Bob Coate

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  • robcoate Sep 02, 2008

    Don't you even recognize your own Motherboard designations???? The A7S333 is a ASUS motherboard and I did not have much luck at finding any data on the ASUS web page.

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Hello robcoate:

The only thing I can tell you is go to the website of the maker of the mother board. Then try to find that model and number.
If all else fails send an email to the maker of the board, that may be a good thing to do anyway.

Then download the materials you need.

Also searching the internet may give you some help as well.
Take care,

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

  • Dave Lundmark
    Dave Lundmark Sep 03, 2008

    Hello:
    I don't have one like what you have described. I have had some Asus MBs over the years.

    You are asking for help.
    I am giving you free help. The Asus site would be the best place to go.
    Try this site and download what you need.
    http://www.driverstock.com/ASUS-A7S333-d...
    Go to this link. Then pick what driver and software you need for your operating system. Read the information given.

    Here is a Yahoo.com search:
    http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=asus+a7...


    Hope it works.
    take care,



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