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Replacing Motherboard My husband was trying to replace the motherboard on my Gateway 830GM computer. Now he can't remember where to reconnect the wires. Do you have a wiring diagram for 103390 Intel (Augsburg) 915G Motherboard No CPU R0?

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When I power up the computer, nothing is on the monitor, it is a black screen. what do you think could be wrong?

First off you should check all of your cables to ensure they are in fact connected correctly.

If they are all connected, then your video card has probably kicked itself.

If you have a video card, try taking it out and using the onboard video.
If you are just using the onboard video, then you're probably going to need to replace the entire motherboard.

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Most likely you need a CPU and RAM with your new motherboard.
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Looks like you have a p4 478 socket with ddr memory bad luck they only make 478 boards with ddr2 memory now. And when ever the power supply is as old as the motherboard it should be replaced to. Here's the specs I found on your computer You could always try your luck on ebay good luck.

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All wires are connected but still nothing comes up on the monitor

are you familiar into the parts inside.?

if not, i will not advised you t do this.

-inside you can see the memory strip/module, resit it again on the slot.

if you are using an external video card, better to resit it too.

let me know.

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cba3c97.jpgthis is the diagram for 103390 Intel (Augsburg) 915G

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