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Open your PC and look all over on the motherboard, you should find a name on it somewhere, actually you might find a few names. I would make a list of them and then go to their websites and try to find it. also you might find a model # or somethingon your board. you just have to look all over the board top & bottom, side to side!
NOTE: if this was originally an OEM motherboard the motherboard manufacture will NOT acknowledge or support the board.
The only way to get any support, is to identify the manufacture of the system that the motherboard was in.
http://www.wimsbios.com can identify most bios strings for AMI and Award bios. The unique bios id identifies the manufacturer and chipset of the mobo. Phoenix bios’ in most case don’t. This website has a couple of utilities you can download and run to identify bios/manufacturer. And boy, are they lots of clone manufacturers who you’ve never heard of.