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No responce lap motherboard is not power on wich component is foultey

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If its not plugged in it could be your battery needs to be charged or replaced if it is plugged in you may need to replace you power cord/charger

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It appears the motherboard is dead.
My choice of motherboards are Gigabyte, MSI, and Intel, there are a large range of models from these manufacturers, check the specifications and select one that meets your requirements.
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Motherboard power is on but cannot display screen, the monitor is black or no screen.

your problem could be almost any of your hardware components
the best way to detirmine wich one/how to fix it is with a process of illimination. You should do this by switching your hardware components with known good ones.
being a display problem the order i would test with is this.
  1. disconect everything but the screen
  2. swap screen for a known good one
  3. disconect graphics card and try the onboard (if no onboard try another gc)
  4. test psu (power supply unit) this can be done with either a psu tester, multimitre or try with another psu
  5. try removing all your RAM, when you boot if your system beeps a couple of times you know that your motherboardand cpu are good. if it doesnt beep it is probably your motherboard or cpu.

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Will not boot up

Disconnect all the disks and CD, remove memory and everything else including all the added card (Video, network,etc..).

Power up with processor only and if you don't hear any beep you have a bad motherboard or processor.

If you have any beep power off and add the memory and try again. Keep adding one component at the time until you discover wich one is creating an issue.

PS Did you verify compatibility between motherboard and processor?


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