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Motherboard and Windows WHS 2003

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Hi, I'm just wondering what people's experiences are in regards to running WHS 2003 with a certain hardware mother board configuration.

If anyone can recommend something like a mini atx one, it'll be good reference.

Thanks
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It should run on pretty much anything XP or win 2003 runs on.

I suspect that only Audio subsystems may be an issue, but I suspect it is well supported.

I hope this helps !
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have to try it out to see for myself. Thanks !
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