Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. Being careful not to get oil on the surface you can reuse the sticker. No conflicts in Device Manager but have nothing showing up in My Computer at all. Already have an account? Can’t post a link, found it in the same place as links above. They may have the answer. Today I got a offer from one of my suppliers.
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Edited by timmeh2, 21 May – Register a new account. Fans keep them lubed up with 3in1 machine oil.
Rebuilding an old computer
Posted 21 May – I suggest you stay with your board. We’ll see what happens. Especially since I only get 1 gigabyfe guarantee. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Having trouble identifying mother board.
Have thrown together a couple of machines in the past with varying degrees of success, from junk parts and donated units. Using the site is easy and fun. Posted 22 May – Rebuilding an old computer Started by timmeh2May 21 Even though it is etched and branded Gigabyte, but is likely a special board for a specific company IE: Wow, good job finding the link to rev5.
They cannot support the last P3 socket chips. Breaking Protections in Hardware Cryptocurrency Wallets.
At least they still keep most of their old info. And more importantly the Updaters do a pretty good job of identifying the chips and providing functioning drivers gibabyte not necessarily the newest or in the case of old components the last driver available.
All times are GMT I’ve had good luck with them, ingeneral.
Gigabyte GA-6VXC7-4X – motherboard – ATX – Socket 370 – Pro133A Series
So that right there tells me that some company e-machine, dell etc does the support for the bios revision and apparently your motherboard was built default with rev5.
I guess if nought else turns up, I can try one of these links.
Rebuilding an old computer – Internal Hardware
So overall, it sounds like you have proprietary customized motherboard of some form factor to fit their case design. The chip maker may sell a particular chip for years or even decades updating the driver along the way.
You may have to register before you can post: The chip maker which the driver interfaces the OS with the chip is produced by the chip tigabyte and distributed to those who buy the chip almost always unaltered by the component maker except for optionally adding their name. Gjgabyte, something that just came to mind: