Slot 1 Motherboard ID

How-to identify your motherboard ?
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linux_power
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I have a Slot1 MB ATX no video or sound on board. I need to ID the only markings on the board is TMP2VAP v3.1

any ideas.. thanks in advance
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Hm, let me see, it has:

1 AGP
5 PCI
2 ISA
Winbond super io
VIA vt82c693a chipset

How am I doing?
Flash your BIOS at your own risk.
linux_power
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yes it has also it has a 2 digit LED display on the motherboard for post errors.. currently the motherboard will not boot up and displays a 2 digit POST error - need the manual in order to find out the problem.
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linux_power wrote:yes it has also it has a 2 digit LED display on the motherboard for post errors.. currently the motherboard will not boot up and displays a 2 digit POST error - need the manual in order to find out the problem.
Hah! I bet your all-seeing eye didn't spot that LED display, Soupy! :wink:
linux_power: For post codes, look at http://www.unicore.com/techsupport/award/postcodes.htm
If you know from the label whether the BIOS is Award, AMI, etc, this may help.

You could also email seloyahsi@hotmail.com as he is looking for your BIOS - see http://www.driversearch.com/forums/bios/1489.html - as long as you can find a common language. Unless selo is you, of course.
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:lol: Actually, my third eye of omniscence is more focused on forum abusers. Like that NickS guy...I think he needs a new title. :twisted:
Flash your BIOS at your own risk.
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@Soupy: Did I remove the link to that driverforum posting in my post or did you ?
I think my new title could be "Semi-senile". I certainly don't feel like a guru when Rainbow or Edwin points out my stupid mistakes...
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Nope, I didn't do it.
Flash your BIOS at your own risk.
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NickS wrote:I think my new title could be "Semi-senile".
Your honour, I rest my case.
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Just corrected the corrupt files here:
http://www.elhvb.com/mboards/totem/manuals/

It's available now.
edwin/evasive

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System error, strike any user to continue...
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