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Will not accept new agp video card

I think the motherboard may be faulty. My computer keeps rebooting, thought it could be the on board video, so installed a new agp video card and
I cannot even get into the bios now. Any way to test the board?
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  • gord123 Dec 25, 2007

    I see the bois executing on the screen for 5-10 seconds then it reboots again

  • gord123 Dec 27, 2007

    as it turns out, the power supply was faulty. I changed it and viola.....thank you VERY much and Merry Christmas!

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Did you try and change the power supply? Maybe the power supply is faulty since u say it keeps rebooting. Since you do not see anything on the screen (the bios is not executed, could b a problem with the power supply. Do you get any beeps?)

Posted on Dec 25, 2007

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