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I have just purchased an EliteGroup GS7610 ULTRA / AMD Athlon 3000 motherboard bundle as a base for my first P.C. build. Having followed the handbook implicitly, my build is complete but upon switching on the P.C. all of the components are working with exception to the I/O ports at the rear!
I did replace the motherboard believing it was faulty but I have the same problem with the replacement, can anybody tell me where I may have gone wrong?
Which I/O Ports? serial? parallel? Check your devices incase if there was a thunderstorm that might have zapped them. I would check the little tabs on the back faceplate and make sure they're not shorting something.
I would also make sure that the little "stand-offs" or feet (i know there's another word which I can't think off) which are placed between the motherboard and case are matching the motherboard holes so that they're not shorting anything. I would go over them by marking the holes on the case corresponding to where the board will sit and then screw on the "stand-offs"
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Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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