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Data broplem abit sg-80-dc motherboard not work at all , only the cpu fan work, no data nothing, but when I test it with tester give me code FF, but I don't know what can I do? I change the bios but still the broplem , I need to know where the data circuit in the mb , so Ican change any part, I have hotair and the other tools. so help me , also the power broplems the board doesn't work at all.

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Have you checked all you condesers? sounds like you might have some that are almost ready to pop...

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