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Motherboard is dead

I have two computers, both use Intel 810 motherboard with Intel 600mhz processor. The problem is that when power is plugged in, the Keyboard just blinks;nothing is on the screen,no audio, no HDD activity. The RAM is new. what could be the problem?

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Re: motherboard is dead

Put the old ram back in. the intel 810 series mobos required low density (an old style) sd ram modules and may not be compatible with newer ram modules, especially 256mb and 512mb modules. if you want to upgrade ram, search the internet specifically for "intel 810 pc 133 ram" , and when looking at product descriptions, make sure the description states that that paticular model of ram has been tested in intel 810 series mobos.

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Check first that all installed cards are working (video card, memory). You can do this by installing on another motherboard. The install in the motherboard. You wont be able to see even the bios if THERE ARE NO MEMORY INSTALLED or if the video card is not working. If there are beeps, look in the manual what the beeps mean.

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Remove the RAM. boot minimal only (floppy). get to BIOS screen. reset to factory default. try again with boot floppy. if ok, re-install RAM and repeat

Posted on May 31, 2007

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