You need to be more specific, give the brand and what you are trying to configure. It could be memory, jumpers, CPU, adding a drive or power supply.
The Motherboard configuration is stored in the BIOS setup
In the BIOS setup program.
because the couldn't fit it on the father board.
Master and Slave configuration is necessary for motherboard in order to choose right disk to boot from.
CMOC RAM and ROM
The manual of the motherboard is provided with the motherboard itself while purchasing it.
it should be connected in the right configuration (see your power supply booklet or motherboard one) and the computer wont start anyway.
Read the owner's manual for your motherboard.
The configuration for expansion slots and memory slots are dependent on the model of the motherboard. There is no standard.
Take out your motherboard out of the computer and run a search on the serial number.
You can find the motherboard model no. on the motherboard itself. It is always written on the motherboard. If you want to find it in windows, then go to Start Menu- Click Run- Type DXDIAG and Press Enter. A DirectX diagnostic tool window opens, here you can find every detail about your computer including motherboard model no. Hope it helps...
The correct configuration management process to overclock your processor is going into the BIOS settings, and increasing the power of the motherboard. This is the safest way as well to overclock.
1. The easiest way to configure settings is to buy the right motherboard for the job. 2. Motherboards have jumpers that you manually place in order to connect electricity to certain circuits. 3. Going into the bios before the operating system is installed. DO a google search and try to find a tutorial for your motherboard bios configuration before you start.
It should say on the processor tray on the actual motherboard itself.
No the pin configuration is different from DDR2 to DDR1 or DDR400 to DDR667
CMOS or BIOS configuration settings
DID switches, jumpers and CMOS