Question about Intel Motherboard
I have a gigabyte mother board which is mal functional
can you suggest where to ripair it rather than buying a new one.
Pls change the bios
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
Whats happening with it. Mother boards are cheaper to replace than get repaired.
are you sure its the mother board thats causing the problem?
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
SOURCE: Motherboard not functioning
If the power supply had a problem then it is likely that the motherboard and/or the CPU got damage from that. I would check the 12V and the 3.3V lines from the PSU.
Without more information I cannot say specifically what the problem is. You can try disconnecting everything from the motherboard except video card, CPU, and RAM to see if it would work that way. If it does then you can start connecting devices until it does not work any more then you have found the problem. If that does not work at all then unplug the video card and RAM see if anything changes (you should get a beep code without the video or RAM). If nothing changes then either the CPU or motherboard is bad and the only way that I know of to find out which one is to either try the CPU in another motherboard or try a different CPU in that motherboard.
Posted on Nov 13, 2007
Now a days every motherboard is come with PCI-Express Slot and this mothrboard can also handle more than 3.0Ghz CPU and it support DDR2 RAM which is faster than DDR1 RAM.
High FSB and high storage of DDR2 RAM will increase your computer performace.
DDR2 RAM FSB is depend on your motherboard choice. Because your motherboard should be able to support your RAM FSB rate.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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