Motherboard ID, on the board has 830CF Rev 2.0

  Giggle n' Bits 08:52 18 May 2004

Would I be right in thinking that this motherboard with 830CF Rev 2.0 printed on the board itself is a Jetway ?

Just need confirmation as I need to upgrade the memory.

I typed in 830CF at google, thats where I came up with jetway.

  SANTOS7 09:59 18 May 2004

click here use this it will tell you exactly what you want to know,good luck

  Eric10 10:18 18 May 2004

Is this the board click here. I did find a reference to an Elements board but it looks physically the same click here. As mentioned by SANTOS7 above, Aida32 will reveal all you need to know about a motherboard so long as it is up and running, as will Belarc Advisor click here.

  SANTOS7 10:19 18 May 2004

Support Socket A: 200/266 FSB Cpu Duron / Athlon

Memory: 168-pin DIMM socket x 2

PC-100/PC-133 SDRAM

hope this helps

  Giggle n' Bits 10:19 18 May 2004

but at present there is no HDD fitted in machine and tried download ad got error the website Aida is closed.

  Giggle n' Bits 10:22 18 May 2004

and looks like other people have borrowed this board and renamed it

  SANTOS7 10:23 18 May 2004

use the programme Eric10 has sugested, nice piece of kit

  Eric10 10:37 18 May 2004

I don't know if you are aware that there is a replacement for Aida32 personal edition in the form of Everest Home edition click here. Looks just the same except that it seems to lack the software license information that was available with Aida32 Enterprise edition.

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