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We here that there is diognostic card for motherboards

We here that there is diognostic card for identifying the problem and show the problem on th screen its an imax compny card. is it exist or not. just it is a card to test the problem of computer motherboards i expect early reply from u

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Yes but it only tests the processor. it gives you a code and you read the manual what that code means. i have 3 never worked for me.

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Let me look around for you.

The plastic front of the computer is the Front Panel. The area of pins on the motherboard that the wires from the Front Panel attach to, is the Front Panel header.
Sometimes there are two Front Panel headers.

This information may be tough to find.
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There were several different motherboard manufacturers used, and several different variations.

I'm going to post two links that may help you with identifying the motherboard manufacturer, and model number.

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The Northbridge chip will be covered with an aluminum finned Heatsink. It's identifying model number/letters will be covered.

The Southbridge chip usually does not have a Heatsink. It's model number/letters will be easily identifiable.

The Northbridge chip and Southbridge chip are installed in a mated pair.
A specific Southbridge chip will be used with a specific Northbridge chip.

This means that identifying what Southbridge chip is used will lead us to what Northbridge chip is used, without removing the Heatsink off of the Northbridge chip.

This shows you a motherboard diagram, detailing how the motherboard chipset is connected to the rest of the motherboard,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Motherboard_diagram.svg

This general example of an average motherboard shows you the Northbridge chip, and Southbridge chip,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:MicroATX_Motherboard_with_AMD_Athlon_Processor_2_Digon3.jpg

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It has VIA on it in white letters.

State any identifying letter/numbers that you see on the motherboard.
Please state in a Comment.

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hi nigel

firstly i would change the lead from your graphics card to your monitor (borrow one from a friend if possible)if this solves it then fine if not, switch off your pc and disconnnect the cable from the graphics card end.open up your pc and identify you graphics (assuming its not onboard)remove retaining screw and remove from the slot(please note that some slots have a small plastic lever that needs lifting before the card is removed) After removal clean both the slot connectors with an alcohol based approved fluid and the cable pins also use a small brush of th nail vatnish type to clean the motherboard slots then replace refit the card back in its slot and reconnect
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Hello,

If the motherboard still power on it. You can test it to identify where is the fault.

first remove the memory..if you use ad on video card then remove it. if it is built in then only the memory to be remove.

Power on/switch on the PC. If here any beeps then probably ..You rmotherboard is OK and the Processor. If not hear any beeps.. then, examine the processor and the motherboard..You can check the processor by inserting it to the other motherboard with thesame socket to your motherboard.

and motherboard can be determine if it fault tru seeing touching some chips which overheating. or by inserting other working processor in it.

If hear beeps on the PC, then insert the memory and then test..if not resolve then, remove the memory and clean with soft material or eraser. then insert it back, Again if not resolve time to replace the memory.

may this help,

melnavz

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pls do not rate me if my solution not solve the issue and you need more further information. but if is invaluable solution rate me fixya.

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