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Mar 13, 2002
Montreal, Quebec
Go to www.driverguide.com registration is free...

Type in the numbers on the different chipsets in the search...

Use FCC ID...You might also want to go to ECS...SIS chipsets are commonly found on ECS motherboards. They NOW make good all on board mobo's...they used to make crappy ones...:rolleyes:

Good luck


Apr 26, 2001
it looks like a pcchips to me too.
cant you boot it and check for the right model?
pcchips not use to put any inscription nor the post screen will have the brand name. this happens with everyone ive seen so far. if youd like to try booting it you have to look for the model number in the end of that line below in the post screen.

also, im fixing a pcchips computer and i have the mainboard CD, if you need anything from it... i think ill have it here for only today. just let me know. the board is a M748LMRT (the one im working on).


Jan 8, 2002
chrismacan said:
Here is a .jpg of the MOBO

It seems to match...It's an ECS

yeah thats it

i already found all the drivers I got them all from www.pcchips.com. Thanks all for you help. Since the mobo is so small and has every thing built in I want to put it in something odd like a breficase any ideas?