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Solved: Is my motherboard fried???

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by kris259, Mar 14, 2008.

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  1. kris259

    kris259 Thread Starter

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    I have a 2.8 HT Asus P4p800-e deluxe, 1.5gb ddr ram 3x512, with a geoforce fx5700u video card and a BENQ Monitor lcd...

    It was working fine for the last few years and all of the sudden it boots up and nothing comes up on the display...

    It seems to boot up fine, but nothing comes up on the monitor.. I know the monitor and video card are good... green light on the mother board...no beeps at all and speaker is hooked up...all fans work and such inside...

    I tried lots of things after searching the forums...

    different monitor
    different video card
    different power supply
    messing with the cmos jumper and battery
    checked all connections
    removed all RAM and tried with just each 512 RAM

    :4-dontkno

    I hate to see this machine go down.... any suggestions or help would be appreciated... thanks..
     
  2. Alex Ethridge

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    Disconnect everything except the video card and power from the board. Turn on the computer. If the screen doesn't light up (after all you said you did beside this), you have a bad board or bad processor or both.
     
  3. kris259

    kris259 Thread Starter

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    ill give it a try and post what if anything happens...

    any way to tell which is bad if its the board or the processor?? or both?? bc if its the processor i could just replace it right...
     
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