Intel sells motherboard products only to Original Equipment Manufacturers and through Intel Authorized Distributors to commercial and industrial customers. Intel provides focused, technical support to these authorized distribution channels. This website is part of additional support services available for standard Intel motherboard products.
End users seeking technical assistance for a motherboard manufactured by Intel should first check with the place of purchase or the system manufacturer. They'll know the most about your exact configuration and will have the latest information that is specific to your product.
Frequently Asked Questions have been compiled for general issues about installing, configuring and using Intel-manufactured motherboards. Product-specific FAQs also are available for the standard motherboards listed on the left.
BIOS Upgrade Instructions are available to help users determine which BIOS upgrade file matches their board, how to download the file, and how to perform the upgrade.
- UPDATED Logo Utility: this utility for inserting a bitmap into the 8K user flash area in the BIOS has been updated to support newer motherboards manufactured by Intel.
- NLX Form Factor: a mechanical specification for low profile motherboards, complementing the ATX form factor.
- ATX Form Factor: a baseboard mechanical specification that addresses shortcomings in the Baby AT design.
- ISA Configuration Utility (ICU): software to help you configure system resources when using older ISA add-in cards in a Plug and Play system.
- Intel Authorized Distributor Listing
Intel sells its motherboard products only to Original Equipment Manufacturers and through Intel Authorized Distributors. Intel Authorized Distributors provide sales and technical support for Intel products to commercial and industrial customers.
Intel's boards and systems operation has immediate opportunities for talented and skilled technical pros to help create the New Computer Industry with Intel. Recent openings have included: mechanical engineering, evaluation, systems engineering, hardware engineering, manufacturing, software development, test engineering, quality assurance and technical marketing.
These links provide a listing of some of the latest opportunities, including those in the desktop boards and systems area. Openings are located in
For more information on submitting your resume, visit http://www.intel.com/intel/oppty/submit/index.htm
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