Looking for documentation...

Posted on 2001-08-09
Last Modified: 2010-04-27
Hi guys... if you can help me these are easy points...

I'm looking for information on "Mother Board evolution and history". Weird Ah? It's for a teacher, and I need to give a class about it. I'm so amazed I haven't found anything about it.

A good link it's enough.... thanks.
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genguy earned 100 total points
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General info kind of site that goes back to AT designs:
Brief evolution:

If you want to go to the begining:
In 3000 B.C. the the abacus was introduced.....

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Thank you guys... you ara the angels I've been waiting for :-)

Booth sets of links are excelent but I give the points to the first one.

Thanks again.

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