Question about MSI P4MAM2-V Motherboard
Easiest way to test is to observe whether there is a POST beep when you power it up. No beep usually means a dead board. Another way is to obtain a POST diagnostic card, which will tell you the exact problem.
If you have not already done so, I suggest you remove everything from your motherboard, excluding the CPU. The most important thing is to leave the RAM out, as all motherboards (excluding very old ones) will emit a beep if there is no RAM present. Again, if there is no beep, then you probably have a dead board.
Hope that's somewhat helpful.
Posted on Dec 25, 2007
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