Question about Intel Motherboard
1. the squeezing sound you hear on your CRT monitor is most likely a problem with the horizontal high voltage (approx. 27,000 volts... enough to melt the screw driver) section. We call it the "flyback" section. Early indication of this problem is abnormal width of your CRT display. There's no way to repair this problem except to bring it to an electronic repair shop. And it is normally no a complicated problem and therefore not expensive to repair.
2. Warranty period for your system is normally indicated on the Sales Invoice. The normal warranty is one year, although some dealers charge extra for additional years of warranty.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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