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My motherboard asus made in china

The board still boot/function however when attaching hdd computer hung up and the chips i think over heat. is there any problem in the mother board?

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Re: my motherboard asus made in china

no, better to change your HDD 1st then every thing ok.

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Re: my motherboard asus made in china - Motherboards

This is a hdd problem..try to replace it.

Posted on Feb 03, 2008

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01.gif ASUS CrashFree BIOS 2
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