If I could find the BIOS string it would be a simple matter to identify the BIOS, but the only thing that displays onscreen when the computer boots is a request for a floppy, presumably one that will allow it to boot and restore the BIOS.
Following is all the information I have regarding this motherboard:
- It came from a CompUSAPC from their Home line, presumably before they sold other manufacturers' computers.
- The Award 686 BIOS has 188078068 printed on it
- The CPU is a Socket-1 PIII 500MHz (500/512/100/2.0V)
- The chipset is a VIA and the Northbridge has VT82C693A, 9944CD, and 14C427961 on it while the Southbridge has VT82C596B, 9944CD, and 14C0N4771 printed on it.
- It has a Creative ES1373 onboard sound chip on it
- Micro ATX, 3 DIMM slots, 66/100/133 FSB, x3 to x6.5 multiplier, stickers next to the DIMM slots have "S/N: PR11992275" and "*210519949103008*" printed on them.
- multiplier and FSB are set by jumpers