|Posted on Sunday, January 27, 2002 - 11:39 am: |
I've got an old Tekram motherboard and cannot locate a manual. This this IS definitely Tekram (as identified by the bios launch screen string: 40-04KB-ZZ1124-00101111-121291-UMCAUTO-F) Amibios web site links the 1124 sequence to Tiwainese manufacturer Tekram. However, Tekram's email correspondence with me denies knowledge of this board. So apparently the information is just too old for easy access. I'm sending along three in-case .jpg shots for photo identification. Two are overall views and the last is a close-up of the silkscreen imprint "G486UVP"
|Posted on Wednesday, January 30, 2002 - 6:17 am: |
Hm..... No pictures....
Is there a place where you can upload the pictures and then draw the links to them? That should help.
|Posted on Wednesday, January 30, 2002 - 5:59 pm: |
Photos of in-case shots are here:
|Posted on Sunday, February 3, 2002 - 7:46 am: |
As long as the images are less than 40k, (that's the limit set) you can upload them for viewing right here into your message. See the instructions at:
Images, Attachments, and Clipart
BTW Herb, sorry I didn't get back to you on your email about this. My email pile can get rather backed up and this is where I would have sent you anyway. Hopefully someone can help you out.
|Posted on Monday, February 4, 2002 - 4:35 pm: |
The link provides more info, so I'll probably leave everything there for now. Also, I've been told that "...boards with this type designation and 1124 ID were also sold by Joindata Systems, Inc. and Informtech International, Inc. It's possible this is a model specially made for one of those companies on which the current tech guys at Tekram have no info."
So, the search goes on... and on..
|Posted on Tuesday, February 5, 2002 - 6:53 pm: |
go here! http://www.archive.org/
you might be able to find something. It's a site you can search for older web pages/sites, called the wayback machine. It is a "picture" of the Internet from 1996 to now. good luck