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Elitegroup nForce3-A Motherboard

Hi,
I have this motherboard in my computer but the monitor shows no picture. first I thought it was the graphic-card that´s damaged but I found out it wasn´t as I fixed it into another computer. so it must be the motherboard itself I guess. how can I find out the exact problem?

thanks, MacKenny

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  • Robin White Jan 20, 2009

    my monitor works fine, as I still use it with another computer. any idea what could be wrong with my motherboard?

  • Anonymous May 02, 2009

    same here, i think it might be dead

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Steps:

1. dismantle all (peripherals, cpu & stuff).
2. dip just the motherboard in fastdrying cleaning solution (lacquer thinner worked best for me).
3. sun or blowdry for 24 hrs.
4. reassemble pc
5. try it

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Check the power cord of your monitor. If problem persist give it a nice kick and you should be OK.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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