Question about EliteGroup nForce3-A Motherboard
I had the same problem. Mine was because of the mainboard capacitors. I quote some part of my post and ones of Tom.
"Nearly one month ago my computer started to reboot again and again. When it came up , after 10 minutes of operation it showed a blue screen showing the progress of dumping RAM or something. Now it does not boot at all. It just turns on and the green light is on , but nothing appears on the monitor. Also there is no drive activity. Just fans work! I think the motherboard is burnt. Any other possibility?"
"Gr8MP, look at your board closely. Are any of the caps. leaking or tops popped up?
If yours was like mine , you should just buy the caps and replace them or get them replaced by an semi-expert or something. Good luck and keep me informed.
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
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