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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by virri1000, Dec 24, 2007.

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  1. virri1000

    virri1000 Thread Starter

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    hi i am having a computer problem. i am experiencing windows freezes sometimes pointer freezes on screen or the screen is black or pc restarts, also every program crashes. i have formated pc but it keeps freezing.i was also having some problems with the psu it was giving loud noises and the pc speaker was beeping, after cleaning that problem was away, but i am afraid that mb was damaged because of psu, i saw some rusting capacitors near cpu.
    i tested ram, disk and no problems about that.
    sometimes i recive these errors
    100000c5
    and
    100000d1

    a7v266-mx
    amd athlon xp 2400+
    768mb ram
    soundmax ad1980
    via/s3g km400/km266

    sorry for my bad english
     
  2. win2kpro

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    If the motherboard capacitors are swollen (bulging), leaning to one side (not perpendicular to the motherboard) or leaking a brownish looking fluid then the motherboard is kaput.
     
  3. virri1000

    virri1000 Thread Starter

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    yes capacitors are bulging and leaking brownish fluid
    thanks for reply!
     
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