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- Check the connections of motherboard, power supply etc. if you changed something wrong.
- What is your motherboard's model? Is it compatible to your system? I hope so.
- What is your Operating system? (XP?) Try to log in Safe Mode (one of the selections). Press F8 during startup, Select "Last Known Good Configuration" option ( This option starts Windows by using the previous good configuration.)
- Then install your new motherboard driver. (You can use control panel menu, Adding device drivers)
Hope this works.
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