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Problems with intel D850GB motherboard

Hello!
My name is Roman, i have a D850 motherboard.
I installed a new graphics card on my motherboard which worked fine on another computer.
After i turned my computer on and installed the driver it worked fine until it turned off and from that point is doing really weird problems, even after i removed the graphics card and put my old one.
Sometimes the computer lights up but can't boot, other times the screen dosen't work, and sometimes the reset button freezes the computer and it has power but isn't doing anything..

i tried to change several graphics cards and my power supply but it didn't help.

thank you in advance,
Roman

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There's nothing obvious here, so you need to start with the basics.
Look in Control Panel/Admin Tools/System and Application to see if any errors suggest a fix.
Be sure the old (New) graphics driver was removed.
Clean out any dust.
Remove all components and replace them one at a time carefully making sure you get a good connection each time.
Power up the board as you replace each item to see if you can isolate the error.

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