Question about ASUS P5V800-MX Motherboard
Have you tried cleaning the connections and as well as the motherboard? Based on my experience, dust, especially moist dust that has build up inside the CPU tower can cause malfunctions. What i usually do is i dismantle the CPU tower and clean the components inside with soft-brissled paint brush like heat sink and fan, motherboard, graphics card, etc. When in come to the RAM i clean the pins with pencil eraser like shown in the image below.
and re-assembling them again. hope this helps
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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