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Well first my monitor knda lost it's power then when I got it Fixed I plugged it to my CPU...the display screen appeared for a while then all of the sudden "POOF" the screen went black.....I tried running my monitor on other CPU's and it ran normally I tried running my CPU on other monitors it does'nt show a thing....I tried to isolate the case by trying out the hardwares....My processor is working with other boards just fine but my mother board isn't...how can I trouble shoot my board...is there any possible solution? Coz i'm not that rich to actually buy another coz I have my belt tied right now.....

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  • nazarei03 Apr 11, 2008

    My power supply is working just fine and i even transferred it to a different computer.....anyway thanks alot mykel.....God bless

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Just buy another power supply with a higher power for the problem is not on your computer but on the power supply,then try to plug it in a 220v voltage regulator,but i surely recommend that you'll buy a new power supply ok

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