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First post, by Cga.8086

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Hi folks.

this is part of my retro motherboard collection. These motherboards are some of my most precious ones. Some of you might remember them or any of them.
I come here to beg for your help since i am looking for the Driver Disc for each. Maybe you have any of these around and want to help me sharing an image.

this is the list of motherboards i am missing the disc:

FIC PA-2013
AOPEN AX59 PRO
GIGABYTE GA-5ax
GIGABYTE GA-BX2000+
GIGABYTE GA-6VTX
ASUS P3B-F
Epox MVP3G2
MSI KT7 TURBO2

Reply 1 of 4, by Horun

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Cga.8086 wrote on 2020-02-01, 01:34:

MSI KT7 TURBO2

That is a MSI Via Apollo KT133A board, same as MSI K7T Pro, K7TM Pro, MSI MS-6330, and a few others. Any of the driver disks for those would be same as Turbo2 disk and will most likely look just a standard MSI disk like the picture attached. If you could do some research you will find the inner ring stamp has a number (like Asus driver cd's have on the label) that relates to the Kt133A boards. Added: the Asus P3B-F used two diff driver cd's, one was numbered M114, Support CD rev 4.26 1999 and seen in the pic below. The other was a diff M number is Rev 4.29 and found here: https://archive.org/details/3135521376_qq_P3B

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First computer was an IBM 3270 workstation with CGA monitor. 🤣

Reply 2 of 4, by Cga.8086

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Horun wrote on 2020-02-01, 01:53:
Cga.8086 wrote on 2020-02-01, 01:34:

MSI KT7 TURBO2

That is a MSI Via Apollo KT133A board, same as MSI K7T Pro, K7TM Pro, MSI MS-6330, and a few others. Any of the driver disks for those would be same as Turbo2 disk and will most likely look just a standard MSI disk like the picture attached. If you could do some research you will find the inner ring stamp has a number (like Asus driver cd's have on the label) that relates to the Kt133A boards. Added: the Asus P3B-F used two diff driver cd's, one was numbered M114, Support CD rev 4.26 1999 and seen in the pic below. The other was a diff M number is Rev 4.29 and found here: https://archive.org/details/3135521376_qq_P3B

Oh my god, it is so nice to see the box of that asus
Y2k ready hhahahahah

Reply 4 of 4, by Horun

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Tommaso72 wrote on 2020-02-01, 07:51:

Unfortunately the only one I have is the ASUS P4P-800 LE. I will look around regardless.

You have the driver CD for a P4p-800 ? What is the M number of it please ?

First computer was an IBM 3270 workstation with CGA monitor. 🤣