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Solved: Motherboard msi k9n neo problem

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Guruman, Sep 21, 2008.

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  1. Guruman

    Guruman Thread Starter

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    ok here is the problem i have. On a frend computer something fried up but i dont now what is it
    it.s
    Motherboard or Processors
    so i want y to help me to solve this thing so here is what hapens
    when i plug in power cable to powersupply motherboard led turns on then after a second it shut.s off pressing the power button on the case isnt helping motherboard doesent wanna start then after few tries procesor cooler start spining but nothing else hapens no beep sound for fauly ram no beep for graphic card and the system doesent even try to boot or sumting

    i tried near everything i could think of
    ram graphic card power supply cmos batery cmos jumpers ...

    and + holding power button to turn of pc doesent work
    last thing that hapend today before i sent the board to manufacturer couse i had it under waranty i left cpu cooler spining for about a half a hour when i turned off the pc i took out the procesor cooler and touched the procesor hi was cold as ice so no heating nothing


    to add this computer yestrday and past several months worked wery well without any kind of problems cpu temp was 24 to 34 degrees maximum


    just if someone can try to translate what i wrote now and give me the 100% answer hehe
    couse i am stuck
    is it procesor or it.s motherboard that got fried

    thanks hope someone aswers bb
     
  2. Triple6

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    No one's going to be able to give you an answer with 100% certainty. Chances are high its the motherboard, if you sent the board back you shoudl find out soon enough if thats what it was.
     
  3. crjdriver

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    If you have already swapped in known good pw supply, ram, video card, etc; then I would put my money on the board. CPUs are actually pretty hard to hurt unless you overclock/overvolt them.
     
  4. Guruman

    Guruman Thread Starter

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    i got new board and system works ;) so board was the problem as i had suspected
     
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