I think I have all the info you ask for.
Processor: Intel Pentium4 531 PRESCOTT 3.00GHz
Family: F, Stepping: 1 , REV: 17 Core stepping: EO, Technology: 90nm
Multiplier x FSB: 15.0 x 200.0
BIOS: American Megatrend Vers. 1.8
Operating system: Win XP Pro Sp3 w/ all updates.
Power Supply: Leadman "POWMAX" ATX 6100C, Serial ATA ready, 3 step fan control, Shielding tube to reduce EMI. 300W. +3.3V -28A, +5V - 30A, +12V - 15A, -5V - 0.3A, -12V - 0.8A, +5Vsb -2.0A
OP sys HDD: Seagate "Barracuda" 320GB (SATA)7200.10, mod. #ST3320820as, +5V - 0.72A, +12V - .052A
*Backup HDD: On IDE cable, WD 60GB, Mod. #WD600BB00CFCO
*DVDR: On IDE cable, ASUS "QuieTrack" DRW-1814BL
2 front USB2 w/MS wireless Mobile mouse
USB (rear): w/MS "Comfortcurve" 2000 v1.0 Keyboard
USB (rear): HP "PrecisionScan" scanner Note: only hook this up when I need a scan, not very often.
USB (rear): Kodak Z700 docking station
USB (rear) HP Deskjet 940C Printer, Note: Haven't used this in about a year
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce FX 5500 256MB vid bios: vers-184.108.40.206.00 all up to date drivers. Firmware vers.175.19
FANS, other then PSU, 3, 1 looks to be 100mm? (rear), 1 front 70mm, and CPU fan none speed regulated
and lastly the floppy disc
Memory listed above.
This configuration HAS shown and operated before and as mentioned above, for whatever reason, will show in the BIOS once in a while. HDD set to IDE, and "Enhanced" (SATA1). I have accessed the WD HDD and burned a DVD within the last 4 weeks. then it didn't show and after hard shutdowns and resetting the CMOS sometimes it/they would be recognized by the BIOS, but not in about the last 2+ weeks.
Even, as now, the computer runs without a hitch. Pretty fast and only one glitch once in awhile, that is I have a little difficult time getting the internet connection to go. But after a restart (or two) it works.
Do you have any info or suggestions? Sure would like to see it all work.
I'm not a rich man but have thought about a better PSU. Just can swing it right away.
I really do like this motherboard. I've had a few others and this has been the best with more options then I think I'll ever use.
Thanks for anything you can share. I know you guys volunteer your time and so that is really, really appreciated.