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How to rewire my mother board

I had this mother board in my computer then it had problems. out of no where my screen would go black and my computer would shut off or restart. so i took it out of the case it was in and bought a new case power supply etc. all new parts. now i want to try hooking this motherboard back up and see if it still has the same problems as before. it is a biostar m7viz ver8.0. that is what is says on the motherboard itself. on the onboard printer plug thingy has a different sycker of numbers. if that matters please let me know. i do not know much about bulding computers but i can follow directions on hooking one back up and if i have to i can get my cousin to actually program it but i would like to see what i can do. thanks, wendy

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Ok so from what I have read you want to rebuild your computer by putting in the old mobo back in? If that isn't what's going on then I am sorry this won't help much.
There are some little Brass stubs that come with most cases. They have a threaded pole on one side and a threaded hoel on the other. You need to make sure that they are lined up with the screw holes on the motherboard. ONLY USE AS MANY LITTLE BRASS THINGS AS THERE ARE SCREW HOLES IN YOUR MOBO. These act as grounds for the mobo. AND DO NOT PLUG IN THE POWER TO THE MOTHERBOARD UNTIL YOU HAVE SECURED ALL OF THE SCREWS INTO TEH BRASS NUBS. IF YOU DO PLUG IT IN AND TURN IT ON BEFORE THEN IT WILL FRY THE MOTHER BOARD. Sorry about the capslock but I really need to stress those points. Hope that helps

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