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Motherboard problem my motherboard was working well for a few weeks than one of the pci-e slots stoped working so i put the video card in the other slot. than a week later the other slot stoped working and i put a different video card in and it didnt work so i think its the motherboard. any ideas???

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All Asus boards come with a three year warranty. No need to find you're recipt. While looking at the board, locate the pink LPT port. Typed on a white sticker is the S/N. Write it down, you'll need this. Please call Asus M-F 8:00AM to 5:00PM EST at,
1-812-282-2787. This is the tech dept. You must go through them to get a case number. The tech dept, will want that S/N & will want to know what is wrong. Than you call Asus RMA dept. Give them the case number. You will pay for shipping to Asus. Asus will pay to ship you another working board.
The Asus motherboard was made in mid 2006. You are still within warranty time period.

Luck!
If I can help you further, feel free to post.
Suggestions & comments welcomed.
Mike

Posted on May 27, 2008

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