Question about Computer Speakers
Dear crayzeetrayn, this ecs M925 still won't take the sound driver, and the real model name is still a mysterious. I only got a new clue which is its socket number: FC 478. On the other hand I have another situation: I have this tower that is dead, I mean dead; I have reseated everything, I got a brand new power supply, but is still dead.
So I got two questions: How can I determine if the power sopply is ok, since it doesn't show any voltage unless the computer is running?
How can I determine if the motherboard is fried?
There was a little shortcircuit on the port of the keyboard because one of the pins was bended, but the computer was working after that until suddenly it didn't want to start, and then it died.
Thank you so much for your concern and your time.
You could possibly have a problem with the switch on the actual case. What you can try to prove this is trace to the motherboard fro the front panel the wires for the switch. Remove the connection off the motherboard and using a small flat screwdriver "short" the connection for those 2 pins. If the system then starts up you know you have a bad switch.
On another note the keyboard port could have caused the board to suffer "damage". I have experieced (25 years of this) keyboards stopping a system from booting. They would power up but never get to POST.
Is this motherboard the same that we are working on for the sound driver?
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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