motherboard identification

  landerond 17:12 29 Sep 2006

I know the identification no of the motherboard but not the manufacturer

I am looking for a web site who are good at identifing M/M,s with such limited information
I cannot boot up the base unit for its blown its top.


  sean-278262 17:13 29 Sep 2006

Google the number is often the easiest way to find out. Usually looking on the board will tell you a make but it can often be quite smaller than you would expect. If you tell us the make of PC we can probably find out that way too.

  Jackcoms 17:19 29 Sep 2006

click here should help

  Stuartli 17:31 29 Sep 2006

If you go to Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Information, in the first page you will see System Model and System Manufacturer.

The model number is/should be that of your motherboard.

Key it into Google and, hopefully, you will get some feedback as to the manufacturer.

  Stuartli 17:32 29 Sep 2006

My MSI KT6V motherboard, for instance, is correctly listed as a 7021 model motherboard.

  picklefactory 19:32 29 Sep 2006

Not sure he can, if I've understood his post correctly, the pc is dead. Am I right in thinking landerond has taken the ID no from the board itself and needs to trace the manufacturer from that?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 21:02 29 Sep 2006
  landerond 11:02 30 Sep 2006

Have discovered 1) supplier (Tiny) now defunct
Model 70010tmloit4. 737series No 000167435

2)C.P.U. athlom AMD ax2000dmt3c,
3)bios Phoenix d688 1998
4) M.B no n1996-MS.6382 Ver 1
5) size 230mm/230mm


  Eric10 11:17 30 Sep 2006

I believe this is a MicroStar International MS-6382 motherboard and you can download a manual from their website to confirm it. click here.

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