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help, Please. How to find mainboard mode?


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Hello everybody.

I have a old pc Pentium III 550 Mhz 256Mb SD ram , 15Gb HDD. I don't know what kind of this mainboard. Now I want to upgrade bios and chip set of mainboard to get it faster. How can i find mainboard type of my PC.

And one more thing. Every time I start PC. It alway show a message. "Test memory fail". I don't know how to fix this problem. Please teach me how to fix it.

Thank U very Much :tazz:
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Try this system info tool to get your mobo make/model:
http://www.hwinfo.com/

The error message seems to indicate one or more of the RAM modules is faulty. Can only be verified by swapping one module at a time with a known good RAM module until the error message no longer appears. I would strive to fix the RAM problem before proceeding with any upgrades or BIOS updates.
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Thank U very Much pp2. I got everything I need.. thanks again

:ph34r: :ph34r: :tazz: :) :) :)

Try this system info tool to get your mobo make/model:
http://www.hwinfo.com/

The error message seems to indicate one or more of the RAM modules is faulty. Can only be verified by swapping one module at a time with a known good RAM module until the error message no longer appears. I would strive to fix the RAM problem before proceeding with any upgrades or BIOS updates.

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