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Motherboard does not startup

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Iam having pentium III computer with mother board gigabyte ga-6bx7+ with processor intel III 933 Mhz, 133. for a longtime i'm working with this, the speed of the processor shoes in startup and windows 466Mhz. I feel that the computer is working slowly. So I try to get more speed. I open the case there i saw the system speaker wire is unpluged. i pluged and start the computer. the computer start beeping continuely. i unpluged the speaker wire and i change the clock pin and started the computer it shows me 768Mhz. I was happy windows works well near abount 20 minutes the computer run very well after that the computer was hangup keyboard and mouse does not work. i switched off and change the clock pin the original position and switched on. there is no display in the screen. i removed ram and processor and replace to original position. but the same problem there is no display. I removed the ram and turn on the computer there is no beep sound in the motherboard. a lot of time i tried doing like this. but no success. please help me above problem
motherboard - ga-6bx7+
masin bios - award pcipnp 686
dual bios - gigabyte
processor - intel iii 933/256/133 1.7v
ram - 256 mb sdram 128*2 (4 dim)
video adaptor - nvidia 64 mb
sound - creative

please let me know what is the problem.
Is motherboard repair or
Is processor repair
I check the video card with other system it is working well

If you people help me in this matter I'll very thankfull for you

my email is shahbazhaneef@yahoo.co.in

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  • Thank you very much for your reply as per your advise i remove the cmos battery for 20 minutes and replace it and turn on the computer there is no change ie. no display and no sound. once again i removed the ram and restart the computer same thing nothing happend please advise there is any other method do recover my computer. I love my computer too much please help me

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Please remove the CMOS battery & reinstall it after 15 minutes.

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Unplug all the sockets, use a brush to clean all the sockets and removed the cpu and apply silicon grease to the heatsink.

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