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Help me i want to know how can i repair my P4CXASD doesn't work nothing..i change my ram hard drive ..and graphic card ..but it doesn't work ..... How can i do... pls ...

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    steve quelnan May 11, 2010

    Please state clearly what problem you were encountering.



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Is your board completely dead?
It should at least beep without memory installed. It should start CPU fan.
1. If your board is completely dead, check your power supply.
2. Visually inspect caps around your CPU. If you see any bubbled tops, you need to replace those caps.
3. You also might have a bad CPU.
4. Try to remove a backup battery and wait for a couple of minutes before reinstalling it back. It might reset your CMOS and BIOS

Good luck!!!

Posted on Jun 11, 2008


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