Boards don't come with switches. The problem with company made computers is that they get a manufacturer to make a board especially for the case they make. They do this to specifically stop you doing what you are trying to do, upgrade a machine with a proprietary board in THEIR case. You will find trouble at the rear of the machine getting to sockets and plugs.
It is far better to buy a good case, and then you can swap out components with ease. The case that held my Asus boarded P4 with the first SATA drives now has an Asus Quad Core in it with SATA 2.
MSI G41TM E43 LGA 775 Intel G41 HDMI Micro ATX Intel Motherboard Newegg ca
I would contact MSI direct
G41TM E43 MSI Global
Some of this might be useful
... the app from the MSI website. Features - Automatically Detect the BIOS/Driver/VGA/Utility Update - Support Microsoft
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Mar 11, 2009 - 6 posts - 2 authors
The motherboard is a G33M (MS
) and has a piddly 1.6ghz processor and 1gb of generic RAM. I'm running Windows XP Home.
www.cpu-upgrade.com > MSI
Nov 28, 2010 - MSI G33M (MS
) motherboard specifications ... FSB 200 MHz, L2 512 KB, TDP 35 Watt, Conroe-L, Rev A1, SSpec SL9XP, 7357v10.zip.
Compatible Components (from 7 PCs). Popular components in PC builds with the MSI G33M (MS
) Motherboard. CPU. Core2 Quad Q6600Intel $190Bench ...