Question about Intel Biostar: Biostar U8668D-COMB7 Socket 478/FSB533/DDR266/MATX Motherboard + Celeron1.8 CPU (MOTBI12)

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BIOSTAR U8668D SOCKET 478

#1 Problem is no manual because i bought this motherboard 2nd hand.
#2 Everytime i install the OS cannot continue, when i checked the cmos set up i thought settings were okay.
#3 I do not know where is the problem the motherboard or my installer

i wish to hear from your end sir regarding the problems of my computer. And until now i did not find the manual of this motherboard that is why i dont have a guide what to do.

i would like to thank you to give some hints or advice how to solve my problem.

Thank a lot.

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  • jbci34 Jan 12, 2008

    Hello Sir,

    I received your response but first of all i would like to thank you for helping me & giving the manual for my file.
    Actually the problem of my computer when i turn it on, it will take 15minutes before the windows will display and the HDD has ticking sounds but it works slowly. My question is should i replace HDD? or there is a solution to boost my computer. Thanks

    I would like to ask again can you help me how to get a Driver for my Vedio Card ATi Radion R9250LP. I am hoping for your kind and may God bless you always.

    Thanks.

    jbci34

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Buena buena saludos amigo los encontre

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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Well here is the manual.
http://www.biostar-usa.com/mbdetails.asp?model=u8668+d
just select manual on the right side and then select this motherboard.

And you have not stated what your problem is?

Posted on Jan 11, 2008

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