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There should be a white sticker on the board containing the part number which is several digits long, then go to ebay and type the imformation in, this should give the exact match for your laptop make and model.
Just give me the exact model number of your Sharp TV. Cenemaborg is not a model number. It is a model name. Model number can be located at the back cover of your TV, either by itching of label sticker. OK.
Plz check the back side of the motherboard. It may having a white sticker with model number. The said number is required to download the exact driver from MSI support site.
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Below is a short listing of each of the different methods of determining the type of motherboard in your computer.
If the motherboard is in a working computer there are several different software programs capable of determining the type of motherboard in the computer. See document CH000017 under third-party programs for a complete listing of these programs.
Unfortunately, without any documentation, determining the manufacturer or model of a motherboard can be cumbersome if the above software solutions do not work. If you have lost your documentation and/or your computer did not included any documentation, you can open the computer and visually inspect the motherboard for a manufacturer and model. In many cases, computer hardware, expansion cards, and/or cables may need to be disconnected or removed before you can inspect all portions of the motherboard.
When looking at the motherboard, the model number and/or manufacturer is usually on a white sticker or a silk screen on the very edge of the motherboard that will have a manufacturer, model, and/or part number that can be searched for additional information about the motherboard.
If you only need to determine the chipset and not the motherboard manufacturer or model see document CH000634 for additional information.
If you are looking for additional information about the type or form factor of the motherboard, please see our motherboard help page and/or form factor definition for additional information about each of the motherboard form factors and information on how to distinguish the type of form factor.
If you are unable to locate a manufacturer or model number of the motherboard, but are able to locate a FCC identification number, it is recommended that you perform a FCC search using that number.
First you have to get the exact motherboard to replace it with. I don't mean the model number either. Open up the cover that has the RAM\Memory located inside. Carefully remove the RAM. Do you see a sticker on the motherboard that says "Replace with HP spare only"? Well, that sticker should also have a number on it, like: 433777-001, or something to that nature. Whatever that number is, you have to get a replacement motherboard with that exact number on it to be sure that it will fit and work properly in your laptop case. Go to ebay.com and type in the number you find for your motherboard. That is the one to get. I advise you to shy away from ordering a motherboard from China. It will take you at least 2 weeks to get the part and if they should happen to send you the wrong one, then you will have a big hassle sending it back for exchange.
Every motherboard will have the model number of the board marked on the board. Some manufactures place the model number on a white sticker located on the side of a PCI slot. Others mark the board near the memory slots, & others will mark a white sticker with the model number on the side of an IDE port or LPT port. (All found on the motherboard it's self).
Older boards lack such markings & people look for some markings on the north bridge & south bridge chipsets. The VIA P4MA you posted above I found from searching google. Looking for specs. Than the user can compair their board with a pic listed within the spec search. http://www.shopping.com/xPF-VIA-Socket-478-P4MA
Bottom line it is not easy finding older boards with little information marked on the board.