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I have a motherboard w/ 2 sets of numbers on it, 1: (A-BL432GSX)  2: (TK 82C491/493 4N D17A) and BIOS string: (40-0101  ZZ1123 0010111-11192 UMC 491-F). Any Information about Maker, Model No,  Upgrading or Settings is appreciated ie: adding RAM, CPU upgrade from I486 SX.
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by:theh95
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Motherboards.org, they will have all motherboards list and menus online.

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by:cmcgee
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You may want to check the following site to see if you can match your Bios string to a known Motherboard manufacturer.

http://ping4.ping.be/bios/numbersami.shtml

1123 MAGTRON TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
40-0101-zz1123-00101111-111192-umc491-f: ??? (tk 82c491/493 4n d17a)

This is all I was able to locate from the info you provided, I will post more comments as I locate more info on this board.

Have Fun,
Craig

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by:metoo
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TO: theh95I
 Tried motherboards.org before posting my question. Dead End -No Info
TO: cmcgee
Thanks, I also tried at http://ping4.ping.be/bios/numbersami.shtml, dead ended there.
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by:danpaul091498
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Try Wim's bios page. He matches any bios serial number with a possible oem.
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To: danpaul,  I wish I could give partial points, I know who made the board (Magtron Technology Co, Ltd.), but everything deadends there. What I really need are jumper settings and specs. Thanks
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by:mmathy
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I didn't do a lot of looking, but this page may be able to help you.  If it can't, you may be able to send a message to them with your motherboard info, and they may then be able to help.  The site is http://www.tomshardware.com
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cybergator earned 450 total points
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Here is Magtron's home page address.  
http://www.pacmag.com/pacmaghome.htm

They have a section for motherboards, if you can't find your info online drop them a e-mail
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Thanks, Got what I needed there.
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