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Motherboard dosent working

My computer is acer desktop.problem is doesent come signal from motherboard.processor fan other fan working properly.

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Clean your memory card if you are using a add on video card clean it to using a pencil eraser
clean the memcard and video card seat using a paint brush or an old tooth brush
re seat the video and memory card...
this may solve your problem for now remember that a good cleaning maintenance may take some minor problem that result shoot down in your PC

Try to clean it up by blowing up air using air compressor or vacuum cleaner to remove dust inside you computer..... post here if this solve your problem or not

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Hi buddy!

maybe the sucket of fan for processor have a problem try to change slot ok this is possible you find that slot is working fine ok.thnx

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pls rate me if my solution solve the issue and you need more further information. but if is invaluable solution rate me fixya.

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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Check for proper airflow:
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Downloading these utilities:

Intel Active Monitor
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