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    Can some one find me the MOBO manual for a "I will DBD100"? Its a dual processor board made by "I will".

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    Yes it is. They have "BD100" and "BD100plus" listed but I've looked at the manual for both and it's not it. The "DBD100" has two slot 1's and those only have one. T_T

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    Have you tried to use the "Contact" or "Support" links on the Iwill site?
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    Post IWill DBD100 :: Manual and other downlods

    IWILL has put this mobo in their legacy support site. (Apparently it has moved from its previous location in 2005. Gee, it's only 8 years old!) I didn't see the DBD100 right away cause it's hidden on the last row in that particular chart at http://iwillusa.com/product_legacy.asp

    here is the support page for the DBD100 (manual, BIOS firmware, flash tools):
    http://iwillusa.com/product_legacy2....ID=26&Value=57

    I just picked up one of these from the Dayton Hamvention complete with 500MHZ and 550MHZ Pent-III cpu's for $16 ...

    I just realized there's an chip holder next to the button battery (cr2032) that looks really suspiciously like maybe it once held a BIOS. Hopefully the CMOS is somewhere else.

    Cheers,

    - Nate

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