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  1. will182

    will182 Banned Thread Starter

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    ok here is what i need some help on

    1:were can i get a motherboard manual for an intel 810 motherboard
    2: how do i find out what my motherboard is.
     
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    Download the Belarc Advisor here. It will provide a wealth of information about your computer including the motherboard description.
     
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    ya the thing is i want to know what the mobo is in my old computer becouse i can seem to get the connecters for the buttons at the front of the computers to work and i cant turn the computer on so there is no point of that, the computer will not turn on and its got a brand new icute power supply (from my new case)
     
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    Sorry, don't recall seeing that info in your original post...
     
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    You might be able to follow the wire from the main "power" button on the front of the case to the pins on the motherboard. Then just short those two pins with a small screwdriver. That's really all you need to turn it on and for troubleshooting purposes. Usually the pins on the MB are labelled to some extent.
     
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    will182 Banned Thread Starter

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    "Sorry, don't recall seeing that info in your original post..."

    yea thats becouse you dident, they were not any
     
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    Just in case you missed that suggestion.
     
  9. will182

    will182 Banned Thread Starter

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    i cant its all mucked up, on the motherboard it dont even show you were to connect the wires and also i dont even thing the mobo cam with a mobo manual
     
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    i cant belive it, on my old motherboard in the process of trying to plugg the connectors in i have bent 2 pins, pulled a wire out of the black plug thing, but i think i have a replacement thing for that, i have looked on the intel website but i see there are many kinds of intel 810 motherboard and all i can see on my intel 810 motherboard is rev.D, i am tottaly confused on this matter, i thing later this year i might buy a mobo for the celeron d 2.8ghz processor i have sitting on a shelf but for now i still need help on this errm intel 810 motherboard
     
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    Don't you just hate it when the manufacturer don't write make and model on
    their products....
     
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    yea its stupid, my dfi mobo has the make and model on tho, i like dfi there cool
     
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    Where is the bent pin? One of the ide channels? I'm not quite sure what you are speaking of?
     
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    will182 Banned Thread Starter

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    bottom right of the motherboard were you conect the front panel connectors for power and hdd led and stuff like that, i bent the pin by accident but then i bent it again about 4 times, those pins will still work will they even though they are bent?

    i cant fidn a manual for my motherboard on the intel website becouse on each mobo it shows a picture and non of em look like mine, here is a discription of what it looks like, hope this help people get a better idea of what my mobo is

    3pci slots (no agp)
    socket 370
    max memory= 512mb
    4mb intergrated graphics
    supports pentium 3 and celeron
    2 ram slots
    it says rev.d on it
    thats all i know really
     
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