Can't Identify 01/31/2001-i815E/EP-87X2-6A69RPRCC-00

How-to identify your motherboard ?
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eeG
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Wed Aug 13, 2003 7:27 am

i have a old MB on hand , i want to reuse it. but i can't find where is the vendore or mfg come from. somebody can give hand to adv. more information i can read it more.

01/31/2001-i815E/EP-87X2-6A69RPRCC-00
the bios veission is BIOS-I-2M (2K010131) only i can see and it is a all-in-one MB and inculded AC97(alc100) sound and Intel ghrp. chip.

hope some can help.

tks assistane and b.rgds.
zonxar
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Wed Aug 13, 2003 8:10 am

According to this link http://www.elhvb.com/mboards/vtech/aristo.html , you have an Aristo AM-993 motherboard. Still trying to find a manual.....
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Wed Aug 13, 2003 8:38 am

It appears there is a relationship between Aristo, VTech an PcPartner, so this may be a PcPartner board made for Aristo. Here is an image of their 815EPAS3-993C, CA or CL boards to compare with your motherboard:
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Check the board surface for a series of numbers like 35-C993-XX-XX and if this is your motherboard, manuals and BIOS updates, etc. can be found at :
http://www.pcpartner.com/bios/i815.htm#815ep

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Mon Aug 18, 2003 11:04 am

hi Zonxar,

very tks for your information.

it very close for my board, but i found a number "35-C978-Y1-11" on back surface of the board.

so, what mean and which model in PcPartner for it ?

is it same as 815EAS3-C978/815EAS3-978C/815EAS3-978CL,

under 35-C978-XX-05or later and use the bios p978ii.zip ?

hope can give me more suggetion.

tks and applause your help
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Mon Aug 18, 2003 10:04 pm

Should be on the front surface in corner at back of board opposite of corner with keyboard connector.

If it is the same number, yes, that is the bios you should use.
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Mon May 25, 2009 5:20 pm

zonxar wrote:It appears there is a relationship between Aristo, VTech an PcPartner, so this may be a PcPartner board made for Aristo. Here is an image of their 815EPAS3-993C, CA or CL boards to compare with your motherboard:

Check the board surface for a series of numbers like 35-C993-XX-XX and if this is your motherboard, manuals and BIOS updates, etc. can be found at :


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Thank you!! I from Ukraine. I was very helped by your post about a system board.
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