Question about Intel Motherboard
My ohone no, 9869400382 pls contac me
Switching power supplies (the most common used
PC's), cannot be adequately field-tested with V/OHM meters. Remember: for most
switching power supplies to work, a FLOPPY and at least 1 meg of memory must be
present on the motherboard. If the necessary components are present on the
motherboard and there is no power:
1) check the power cable to the wall and that the
wall socket is working. (You'd be surprised!)
2) swap power supply with one that is known to work.
3) if the system still doesn't work, check for fuses on the motherboard. If there are none, you must replace the motherboard.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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