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Re: Southbridge

On Thu, 2004-02-26 at 13:58, Tom Badran wrote:
> How can i find out (prefereably from software) which southbridge my 
> motherboard uses. lspci and lshw dont seem to have what i need, and i 
> cant find it anywhere on the net/in documentation.

DO you know what Model/Brand it is? Is it Pentium/II/III/4/Celeron? Is
it Athlon, AthlonXP? Come on... how are we gonna help?

When you are booting during BIOS, try to get the BIOS String.

Search using Google on that. Or search on the Model Number/Brand.

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