Question about Dell Dimension 5100C (D51CL1) PC Desktop
I am not sure what you are asking, but if your mobo is gone, you will need a new one to turn on the computer. The good news is whatever is on your hard drive will not be lost. The bad news is that if your mobo is fried, so is your processor. Check your processor to make sure there are no pins missing or any burn type marks on it. If this is too much for you to do, I suggest taking it to a computer store or buying a new mobo and install it yourself. It is very easy to do. They can range from $100 + for a mobo and then a processor is seperate and depending on the one you need, it may be cheap. Hope this helps. Cheers.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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