Old Mobo needs manual
Buddy has Spring Circle motherboard.
But this company no longer exists.
One fellow said that E.V.A. was the company that took over.
Any idea on where get the manual for this board ST586
[This message has been edited by ITtech (edited 01-13-2000).]
You posted a message some time ago about spring circle motherboards and the company possibly having been taken over by E.V.A - did you ever find anything on these boards? any web sites, documentation etc? have a board of my own that I think is spring circle and looking to track down details.
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thanks for the web site unfortunately it didn't get me any further with this motherboard Iím trying to identify. All it has on it is PT586-2 and from another message posted I read that the bios string was i430FX- 2A59CP0CC-00 and when I went to the wimsbios home page they identified it as made by spring circle, seemed odd as all their other boards were S9 but I went off to find Spring Circle.
It was a help to get their unoffical web page but there's nothing on their that seems to match so its back to the drawing board. All the board has printed on it is PT586-2 and itís a socket 7 board, thatís has two intel triton FX chips in it, 3 ISA slots and 3 PCI slots and 4 memory banks.
Any ideas? Any clues? I'm looking for jumper settings and other documentation so I can try and get the board running with a 133 MHZ chip and to find out what type of 72 pin ram it needs.
Any information would be much appreciated, Sam
thanks for the tip, tried putting in 2A59CP0CC-00 but found nothing.
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