Question about Intel Motherboard
If it worked when you changed capacitors only once and then broke again it might be frying them or something like that. I assume you have tried resetting CMOS and reseting your bios settings to default? the last thing to try would be a reformat. but this board has had a long life and if you can afford it i would just update.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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