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Old 10-05-2002, 10:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Testing Motherboards?

I just found what looks to be an old Intel chipset or motherboard, and I have no clue if it's working or not. I tried putting it together with some spareparts I had, and got the machine to power-on, but I have no clue if the motherboard works or not. I know its a socket-7, running an older intel chipset. Is there anyway to test the motherboard to see if it's working? I know some of the parts I put together with it to try to build a PC were questionable in whether they worked or not, but if the motherboard I may try to sell it or something (although I dont think anyone will buy a motherboard that could be up to 6 years old running EDO ram ). Is there a device you can buy to test motherboards or something?

All help is appreciated
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