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Is My Mother Board Fried??????

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by GJKhelp, Oct 29, 2007.

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  1. GJKhelp

    GJKhelp Thread Starter

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    hey there! a few days ago, i was on my computer, when all of a sudden i get a freeze. i reboot. on the reboot, RIGHT away i get a black screen. not even a hardware check, or NETHING, just black( cant even get to bios). My monitor, even showed me a "no scource" warning. my mainboard is a asus P5nSLI. i took it apoart reasembled it, maybe somthing got out of place or somthing, same thing.....black screen not even a asus picture. just PURE black. i also have a router and when my network cable is plugged in my motherboard, the LED on the router, doesnt show that it has connection, with my comp. it hasss to be my motherboard, im geussing. dos ne1 have ne good ideas, to be %100 sure to find the problem here!!!!!!

    ne help at all will be GREATLY apreciated!!

    thanks alloot!!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. Alex Ethridge

    Alex Ethridge It's My Birthday!

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    From the information you supplied, most likely you have either a bad main board or a bad power supply. I recommend you test the power supply with a power supply tester. In the absence of a tester, you can try a known-good power supply or take the power supply to a shop that can test it for you.
     
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