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srijan007

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I own a p4 1.7ghz pc. I have no motherboard manual. the motherboard cd has HTML manuals but it tells me to identify motherboard first. The guy who assembled it is in some other city and i cannot contact him. I was thinking about getting an ATI RADEON 9600 PRO VPU based gfx card, but i need to know my agp speed first. The bios gives no info on speed. how do i do it??????????
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Calicoe

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Go to Belarc Adviser http://www.memorysup...com/besyad.html
Download and run the prog. It will tell you everything about your computer including the serial number of the motherboard
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Belarc Adviser is great I use it myself, however i recently found out about another cool program which gives far more info than Belarc EVEREST Home Edition. Thought You might be interested. :tazz:
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I just downloaded it and will try it out later. Did you get what you needed about your MB from either of them.
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