Question about Computers & Internet
First i should say remove the memory card hard disk and all other add on card including graphics remove you ide connector or sata connector now restart your computer with out the ram if you hear beep the problem is with your RAM if you dont hear any beep remove the processor fan and the processor and replace the processor in the socket and apply a thin layer of heat sink solvent to the surface and fix it firmly still no beep try to replace the processor from your friend that fix the socket and if you hear beeps the problem is with your processor and if you hear beeps insert your memory and switch on and if you hear just one short beep still you dont have display change your display card
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
Enable what? BIPS? never heard of it in the last 10 years, are you sure you are dealing with a PC tech there?!
Have you tested that the RAM on the computer IS OK?
Have you tested that the Video card on the machine is OK?
has any real troubleshooting been done on the machine?
if he just told you the motherboard was burned without doing any other testing you are dealing with a fraud.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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