62-0504-001437-00101111-071595-440BXSMC can't ID

How-to identify your motherboard ?
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pariss125
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62-0504-001437-00101111-071595-440BXSMC
First time poster. I need a manual for this PcChips board. I have been through all the sites, utilities, posts, and I can't seem to fully identify this board or get any info on it. I also can't cross over any numbers that seem to make sense. Help would be appreciated.
ajzchips
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I've never seen the 440BXSMC part before...
pariss125
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I had tried the PcChips Lottery before but since DENNISS put it up again I decided to try again. I was able to identify my board by filling in the field just for the socket type. I am very pleased that I found the board and that there was help available to me. Thanks for that. I still cannot get through to PcChips to download the manual. Either the board number is not offered as a selection or the site hangs. I have tried to call them and e-mail PCcHIPS but still can't get through. I will keep trying. I can't believe this is so difficult. I have spent about a year on and off researching for information on this motherboard. I am discouraged but still fighting and I am glad I have made this major find of what board I have. To make a long story long thanks for those who support and I am still trying to get the manual, I need the jumper settings. I am not sure what the SMC is, ajzchips, in the 440BXSMC but FYI the set is i440BX/ZX.
pariss125
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ajzchips!! You did it. As you see I am a new poster so I didn't realize you had a web site until I lazily looked. There you have the manual! I am in heaven. Though I could not have done it without DENNISS either in finding my board number and I have to give credit to WIMSBIOS page. Fantastic, now that I have support and know the processess I am going to do a lot of upgrading. Thanks again!
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Please give use some Infos about the model numer you found out !!
ajzchips
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...I'm quite interested, too...
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