Can't ID dead systemboard.

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sdante

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I'm having problems identifying my system board because the system won't boot up. I looked on both sides of the board for the FCC ID and can't find one anywhere. This is what I have found on the board:

Award Bios Chip
S/N: 118431795

Stickers on last expansion slot:
Bar coded sticker: 9804014885
Second sticker: LD826IL08-1

PT-6IL on center of board

Can anybody help? There is a charred spot on the board so it's def. dead and I'd like to try replacing it with the same type of board. :confused:
 
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The fcc id is usually in the center of the board, and sometimes by the PCI and ISA slots and sometimes by the memory banks. Usually it is in the center though. If you don't have any luck with the above sites then keep looking for the id. It has to be there. By law, all electronic equipment manufactured and sold in the US has to have one. I'm sure you know this, but once you find it you can look up the mobo HERE. Who made your pc? Do you build it? You could try looking for it at the manufacture's website of the computer... if the manufacture isn't you. :)
 
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It's an azza motherboard, it is out of production, your chance of getting one are slim. I would suggest a asus or abit board with the same spec's or upgrade, depends on if your using sdram or edo. sdram would be transferable to most older atx p3 boards on sale now.

Your boards spec's
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A. SPECIFICATIONS
 CPU
Intel® Pentium™ II and Deschutes (S.E.C. Cartridge) processor 233 MHz, 266
MHz, 300 MHz and up to 333MHz.
 CPU VCC
Three Voltage Regulator circuits on board, supports +1.80V DC through +3.5V DC
CPU Core Voltage and all lower-voltage components.
Note : The CPU Core Voltage will be Detected and adjusted automatically by the
VID-pin on the CPU, so there is no manual-adjustment required to select the CPU
voltage. Simply plug in the CPU and start immediately.
 WORD SIZE
Data Path : 8-bit, 16-bit, 32-bit, 64-bit
Address Path : 32-bit
 PC SYSTEM CHIPSET
Intel® 82440LX AGPset™ (82443LX, 82371AB)
 SUPER I/O CHIPSET
Winbond® W83977TF/W83977ATF (optional)
 BUS FREQUENCY
66 MHz fixed
 MEMORY
DRAM : Three 168-pin DIMM sockets are designed onboard which support 8, 16,
32,64 or 128MB 3.3V Un-buffered EDO and SDRAM DIMM modules. Maximum
memory size can be upto 384 MB with Parity / ECC (Error Checking and
Correcting) supported.
CACHE:512KB pipelined burst SRAM built-in Pentium™ II or Deschutes
processor.
 BIOS
AWARD System BIOS. 128KB x 8 Flash ROM
(Supports Plug & Play, ACPI, DMI and Green functions).
4
 EXPANSION SLOTS
AGP Slots : 32-bit x 1 (Supports 1x or 2x AGP graphics cards)
PCI Slots : 32-bit x 4 (All Master/Slave, PCI 2.1 Compliant)
ISA Slots : 16-bit x 3 (One of the slot is PCI/ISA shared)
 WOL PORTS
One WOL connector supports Wake-On-LAN (WOL up-designed)
 SB-LINK PORTS
One SB-LINK feature connector to support PCI sound cards. (such as Creative™
Labs EMU8008 sound chip)
 USB PORTS
Two Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports. (5-pin for each port)
 IDE PORTS
Two channels of Ultra DMA/33 Bus Master IDE ports, which will support up to 4
IDE devices like IDE hard disk, ATAPI CD-ROM and LS-120/ZIP-100 devices.
The IDE ports can be programmed to support PIO Mode 4, DMA mode 2 and Ultra
DMA/33.
 SUPER I/O PORTS
1. Two high speed NS16C550 compatible serial ports (UARTs).
2. One parallel port, supports SPP/EPP/ECP mode.
3. One Floppy Disk Control port.
 IR PORT
One HPSIR and ASKIR compatible IR transmission connector (5-pin).
One Consumer IR transmission connector (4-pin, optional).
 MOUSE AND KEYBOARD
One PS/2™ mouse connector, One PS/2™ keyboard connector.

Manual for yours here
http://www.azza.com.tw/FTP/Manuals/6IL-305.PDF
 

sdp3501

Shawn
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as noted my reply doesnt do any good if you cant boot..the key word is dead! sorry
 
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