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Test points in motherboard

Dear Sandrew,

my motherboard is having nodisplay problem, please tell me which are signals and voltages i have to check

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  • bhovi Dec 24, 2007

    dear Sandrew,

    my motherboard is having nodisplay problem, please tell me which are signals and voltages i have to check

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