Help to identify this motherboard

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pictorhayes
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Its a MicroAtx board, PGA 370 Socket, Via VT82C693/VT82C596B bridges. ESS solo-1, ITE it8671F, ITE IT8687R. 2memory slots No identification on board but S/N: M9912082120 printed on ISA slot. Someone has put away the bios chip, but label is: Award @1998 PCI/PNP 686 206829289. Also printed on board is text "Year 2000 Compliant"

Any help to identyfy it is most appreciated1
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Please post the entire bios string (if available), the form factor (AT, ATX, NLX, LPX), power connector type (single row and/or double row), the processor/layout specs of your board + any names/numbers you find on the top surface of the motherboard. If this is a branded system, post make and model.
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pictorhayes
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Form Factor i microATX, Bios tring not aviable since the Bios is Dead, Power connector i standard double row. Thera are no more names/numbers on the board :-(
1 ISA, 3PCI, 1 AGP




Please post the entire bios string (if available), the form factor (AT, ATX, NLX, LPX), power connector type (single row and/or double row), the processor/layout specs of your board + any names/numbers you find on the top surface of the motherboard. If this is a branded system, post make and model
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Flash your BIOS at your own risk.
pictorhayes
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Yes!
It looks very similar, only some components missing on my board and different colours on the adators in the back, mayby only different PCB
versions I guess.

Thanx for your help!
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Don't assume. Unless you get a perfect match, you could be in trouble.
Flash your BIOS at your own risk.
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