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Do you have any more info about this m/b Bernard ? such as what model of computer it came from name/number eg Presario S1930nr ? can you provide a picture of the m/b ? Does it have the hp/Compaq p/n on it either on the board above the white slots (?) or possibly on stickon label ?
I reckon it's this on the basis of what I have been able to find out, with no further input from you
"midi p58b40, supports compaq pentium 4/512/533, micro-ATX, socket 478 1. 0 mb DDR400 SDRAM, vga, pci, usb ports 9 2 0 1 RJ45 two IDE ATA100 / 1 dpf 1 RS232 / 1 parallel". I think it will support up to 2 x 1 GB DRR1-400 RAM

HP are good at making info difficult to find, removing it, and failing to harmonise p/ns and descriptions - m/b have three or more identifiers

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