Apparently there are no expansion slots (boards?). This particular PC is unlike any I have dealt with before....hence my confusion. Information about it can be found at http://www.biostar.com.cn/products/pc/easynow.htm
However, following is a pasted excerpt from the web-site......
"Instant Easy, Everything you need!
The Biostar-built EasyNow! personal computer is easier to set up, easier to use, and easier to upgrade than traditional PCs. You don't have to worry about complicated subjects like expansion slots, interrupts, or device address.
The board inside the system integrates IDE, LAN, Modem, HomePNA networking, sound and VGA accelerator. The total PC solution is provide without the need for expansion cards so there is no ISA, PCI, or AGP slots on the board. Also, many of the old legacy connectors have been removed.
There is no PS/2 keyboard port, serial port, parallel port, or joystick connectors, just simple, just easy! And everything you need."
The following is a description of the PC from the web-site of the company i purchased it from.....
"FishPC Silver 500Mhz plus Monitor 1 Only
AMD K6 II 500mhz Processors WITH 3DNOW!
8.4GIG HARD DRIVE (NOT 8.4gig, but 4.2GIG)
V90 56K MODEM
24 x CDROM
15" SVGA COLOUR MONITOR
5x USB ports
3D ACCELERATED SOUND
3D ACCELERATED VIDEO CARD WITH 24 Bit COLOUR
LAN / NETWORK CARD 10/100Base-TX Ethernet
3D SURROUND COLOUR SPEAKERS
USB KEYBOARD, MOUSE
I am unable to access the BIOS in the manner that I am familiar with (press DEL during boot-up). Instead, there is a file on the install cd called awdflash.exe, but I am yet to work out how to apply it. This is like learning about computers all over again....well, almost!
I hope this is enough info for you.