Question about Asrock K7S41GX Motherboard
This model motherboard was plagued with defective capacitors. Look at the three capacitors below the AGP slot. If they have a green colored sheath around them, you'll probably notice that they're bulging out at their tops due to a manufacturing defect. In fact, you'll notice that ALL of the capacitors with a green colored sheath around them are bulging out....the motherboard is basically dead. If the three capacitors below the AGP slot are wrapped in a black colored sheath the voltage regulator between the CPU FSB jumpers and the north bridge chipset is probably fried. Either way, unless you're Really handy with a soldering iron you're probably better off buying a new computer.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Please check you power input.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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