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About a year &1/2 old....Install all new parts,power supply,video card,etc,. I can not get it to come up...no signal .Does this board come with a warrenty,also where do I send it to get repaired

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Hi,

All ASUS motherboard purchased after November 1st, 1999 will carry 3 year warranty services. ASUS product warranty is based on the serial number printed.

Note: Warranty void for user removing serial number sticker on the motherboard .

If you want to repair it you'll need to take it back to the place that you purchased it from.

However, I have a suggestion first before returning it.
Take the new parts off and put the old ones back on, it the computer boots, then it's something about the new parts that are either not compatible, or they weren't installed correctly. You should check with ASUS.com and see if they support that PSU voltage and that video card first, because it's a nice board.

Good Luck

Mark

Posted on May 13, 2010

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