how to trace AMIBIOS

Systemax / Ms-6191
July 9, 2010 at 16:53:37
Specs: Windows 98
Is there any way to trace/track a processor by the registary on the hard drive, or user name?

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July 9, 2010 at 17:15:46
What do you mean by "trace/track a processor" & what does the AMIBIOS have to do with it?

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July 15, 2010 at 15:30:36
I am trying to track down a windows 98 AMD Athlon Processor & keyboard. I let my husbands neice borrow it, and she returned the wrong processor & keyboad. Is there any way in the world to find it. I had it registered in my name with Windows, and other software. I also had a efax on the system. Can anyone help me figure out how to find it, if it is hooked up online. She claims that she don't know where it is.
I know that it's an older computer, but I liked it, and I want it returned. Please Help.

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July 15, 2010 at 16:00:16
By "processor", do you mean something like this?

Or, something like this?

Audares Juvo

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July 16, 2010 at 12:05:22
Yes/ By "processor" I mean the cpu "tower"
The MS-6191 ATX IR2 mainboard personal computer mainboard based on the AMD Athlon processor.
*The newest microprocessor in the AMD K86 family of processor. This mainboard provides onboard Creative ES1373 PCI technology in audio
The mainboard uses the highly integrated AMD 750 chipset (AMD-751 and AMD-756), which supports a single Slot A for AMD Athlon processor- - This information comes out of the USERS MANUAL that I have. I'm just trying to get my system back. --I now hate that I trusted a family member, when they needed my help-- but all I can do now is try to find it-- Please help.

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July 16, 2010 at 12:15:24
Sorry there is no way you can trace the computer, regardless of what kind of CPU or BIOS it has in it. Unless you husbands niece can produce the computer it is gone.

The only way you can get the computer back is if you can physically locate it first and then prove from the information stored on the hard disk that it is yours.

What did you get in return?


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