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Anyone have info on Logan MB-06005-1 Rev. A1 motherboard  ???

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I have a motherboard which is single board computer made by a company called Logan.   On the top side of the board , there are 2 PC-100 memory slots, 1 PCI slot, IDE connector, 1 SCSI connector, 2 network connectors,
1 serial connector, and a Celeron PII chip.

The top of the board has " Logan MB-06005-1 Rev. A1"  silkscreened on it.   On the back the only writing on it is:
MB05ES VA1-2 and "Made in Taiwan".  I couldn't find an FCC registration number on it.

I'm trying to find some information on this motherboard and wanted to know if anyone knew where to find any
manuals or technical data on it.  I've googled the numbers above and haven't came up with any thing.
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by:burrcm
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I don't think I have ever before come up with absolutely nothing on a mobo / set of numbers. Congratulations. You may have the only one on the planet.

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by:phototropic
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Download Belard Advisor:

http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html

Run it.  What does it say about your mobo?

Try this:  Start - programs - accessories - system tools - system information...look up the Device and Vendor numbers for your chipset (VEN....DEV....) and check them here:

http://www.pcidatabase.com/

This should give you some leads...
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by:jcrdsl77
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To phototropic:
The board doesn't POST, and that's why I'm looking for specs  or info on it.   So, I can't get into an operating system.
It has some jumpers on the board, but, no explanation of them silkscreened on the board.   I bought the MOBO at a
surplus store and they had a stack of them.  Thanx for the info though.
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phototropic earned 125 total points
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burrcm is right - this is a board which does not exist!!!

I dug around, and I think your board was made by WINS:

http://www.win-ent.com/about.htm

They are a big organisation who design and manufacture motherboards for OEMs. I think your board (MB-06005) is a very early example of a product from this series:

http://www.win-ent.com/x86referencedesigns.htm

The series goes back to MB-06012,  but no further.  My guess is that WINS made this board for a pc manufacturer/retailer by the name of "LOGAN" who has long since vanished.  I can't find any spec info for your board, but maybe if you contact WINS they can help you out:

http://www.win-ent.com/contact.htm

Good luck!  (I think you will need it...)
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by:jcrdsl77
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To Phototropic,

Thanks, the board was made by WINS.  I found a phone number at the website you
sent me and I called the company and they were able to help me.

THANX 1000 times !!!!
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Glad I was able to help.   Your board was a challenge...
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