Question about Intel D101GGC Motherboard
Mother board 's power is tripping but before that kind of problem power is coming properly on motherboard but no beep sound was coming .
duet to several effort tripping problem is raised .
what is the actual problem in mother board before this everything functioning properly .
Is it replaceable to the company since it is on warranty period
I would honestly recommend that if you are having power issues with your motherboard and your system is still in warranty, call the manufacturer and get a Return to Manufacturer Authorization (RMA) started right away. One should not waste time on this.
Call them and describe your problem to them. Don't be afraid to insist that they start an RMA for your motherboard. Don't take "No" for an answer, either! You paid for this product and they are obligated to replace it under the terms of their warranty.
They may ask you to go over some troubleshooting procedures at first. Humor them, though it may be irritating! But even if nothing bad happens during the course of your tech support phone call, tell them that it IS happening and that you do not care to have the equipment running in this manner!
Remember that YOU are the customer. YOU are the boss. (Withing reason.) Do not allow them to skip around the issue.
They should being procedures by taking your personal information and then telling you how the RMA process works. Most companies send you a shipping label for the part. Carefully package the defective part in a box and apply the shipping label. Get it in the mail to them. They should be sending you a replacement part.
Defective motherboard aside... The other possibility you have to look at is whether or not your processor is properly cooled or not. If the CPU overheats, then it could cause the motherboard to shut down using a safety feature. It's thermal protection and it saves your system from killing itself.
The other possibility is your power supply unit. If you have an extra PSU around, try using that one instead if it has the appropriate connectors on it. You may surprise yourself and find that your power supply is going bad.
Either way you go, good luck. Just don't do anything that would void your warranty!
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
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