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Intel Mother board?

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Hi I have the same question as Lindsay on Sept 25th, 1997!  I have a mother board that has 82430I ver. b with SB82437FX and SB 82371Fb IC's on it.  I need the list for jumper settings also.  Any help you could offer would be appreciated! Email me please at bassman_27@hotmail.com
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All of the information you've give only point to you have an 430FX motherboard, you will have to look for numbers/names that's silkscreened on the board to indentify the board.
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Since your Not sure Exactly what board it is Write down your Bios # right after your system boots. Check the number with the Bios List at the following page. (Intructions for finding Bios # is at this link as well)

http://www.ping.be/bios/ 

Then go to Intel's Page at the following link. They have a listing of Boards, Specifications and Images of the boards as well. You should find the Proper Jumper settings within here -

http://www.x86.org/intel.doc/IntelMotherBoards.html 

Hope this Helps,
Craig

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