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Still motherboard green light

Hey bro thanks for ur help but i did all what u told but still in the same problem exists.can the power supply be the cause of it?

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Hay harjeet83, that green light you see by the CPU is just letting you know there is power to the board. Unfortunately Intel does not give up much information regarding the 915 Chipset. The other things I can suggest are to look at the capacitors on the board. See if any show deformation usually located at the top of the capacitors. You can enter the bios & check the hardware monitor.
Hardware monitor will show the temp of the CPU, motherboard & speed of the CPU fan. Some user’s have the fan speed set too high for the CPU, like 1200rpm & the bios will shut down the PC. If you’re memory gets too hot you’re system can shut down.
In the end if none of the others I mentioned seem fine than swapping out the PSU can not hurt. Keep in mind there is very little support for the 915 chipset.
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Product_Filter.aspx?ProductID=1765&lang=eng

Mike

Posted on Apr 11, 2008

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