Question about Acer Aspire E380-UD420A (ASE380-UD420A) PC Desktop
Seems that you eliminated every possibility of failed components except for the motherboard. But before assuming that the motherboard is the real source of the problem, I would suggest that you try to run the computer using another monitor. And if possible, try to test your monitor on another computer.
Also, test the computer without any peripherals attached, like printers, scanners, ...etc.
If the computer still behave in the same way after all this, then you're 100% sure it is the motherboard.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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