Question about MSI MS-6378 Motherboard
Unplug your computer from the wall then hit the power button to discharge stored up electricity. Open the case and pull the battery off of the motherboard.
Now take out any expansion cards minus your video card (if you are not using onboard video). Also disconnect mouse and keyboard. If you have two sticks of RAM, remove one. Reinstall the battery and plug the computer back into wall. Try getting a post, if not shut it off and swap sticks of RAM.
If you still do not get post then I would highly suggest a new motherboard unless there is a specific reason you need a CNR expansion slot. It costs money past this point to troubleshoot (unless you have spare parts available). If you have spare parts, try swapping the processor and power supply.
I prefer using newegg.com for buying online. Most parts from your old motherboard will not fit into a new motherboard. You will need a processor, RAM, possibly a video card and power supply. You can usually find cheap bundles that come with everything.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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