What part or peripheral on mobo requires -5V?

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Re: What part or peripheral on mobo requires -5V?

Postposted on Fri May 18, 2012 10:49 pm

Heh, I still use my old BP6 celly system daily. It runs Windows XP suprisingly well considering how old it is. Have 2 gigs of memory and the 300A@450.
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Re: What part or peripheral on mobo requires -5V?

Postposted on Thu May 24, 2012 12:25 pm

On the Apollo Pro 133 based mobo(GA-6VX7-4X) with a PSU having -5V, I installed XP and there is no problem so the capacitor seems to be still OK. Then I installed W95B and W98SE. I will create a new thread "File sharing - W98SE" in Windows area to seek further help.
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