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I recently re-soldered two clip-clamps of loosen on-board chip set of my ASUS P4XP-X Motherboard. After I re-assemble all parts connected to the motherboard. Power supply is ok (tested twice in stand alone method), on board green LED lit as i plug in power supply to AC outlet but no light came out from power LED, HDD LED, and then tried switching the front panel button but no reaction after that just the green LED (on board) are lighting. Please help!?
You've now spent more time than this board will cost. Replace it...move on.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Either the board was damaged during the repair attempt, or was bad to begin with. The original problem description (black screen) sounds like typical mobo "no boot" trouble. The loose heatsink on the chip may have contributed to the failure, or it may have been simply coincidence. Given the low cost of motherboards, it's silly to spend any more time on attempting to diagnose and repair a problem. Just replace the board and move on.
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