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It is possible that when psu shorted it shorted part of the mother board. Try going into device manager right on the cd-rom in the list and choose search for new hard ware in the drop down menu. If this doesn't work go back into device manager right click the cd-rom and uninstall the cd-rom and reboot the pc. If it does not auto find the cd-rom that way, the mother board is probably messed up. Oh yeah try unplugging the ribbon cable for the cd-rom from the mother board and plug it back in also.
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yes you can use graphic card such as (AGP) if your motherboard has AGP slot on the motherboard, before installing the graphic card, goto CMOS setup by pressing F2 or Del key while your system bootups and disable the onboard display in the setup and save it, then switch off your computer, then install the graphic card and start your computer hope your computer will works fine.
Is this the same problem you were having before you replaced the motherbrd? If so then the motherbrd is not the issue. If the symptom changed, you may have a DOA motherbrd or you missed something when you re-assembled it. Did you migrate the CPU from the old motherbrd and secure it in the ZIF socket securely? Reseat the memory modules one at a time to determine if one is defective. Dis-connect the LCD video cable from the motherbrd. Remove video card if it has one. Dis-connect the Palmrest, (Touchpad) cable from motherbrd. Remove the Hard disk drive. Remove the battery and just use the AC adaptor.Try to isolate the problem.
If you're running a desktop all you will need is an XP disc. For all the other drivers you can take the side of your tower off and you'll see a mother board number. It usually has number and letters combined on it. If you google those numbers and and drivers after those numbers and letters you should find all that you require. If you're using a lap top you can still get an XP disc and instead of looking for the mother board numbers type in the name of your laptop including the numbers and add the word drivers and that should help you as well. I hope this will solve your problems
First verify the CD rom is correctly installed in your computer, access "Start" - "Control Panel" after "System" then "Hardware" after "Devices Manager" in list localize CD-ROM and see your drive, if not in list, your drive is incorrectly installed or damage has occured, verify the data and power cable has plugged, if the cable is ok, try buy a new cable or change the "slave/master" in mother board.
its likely a filter upper and lower to be exact. in english? a cd buning app added a driver that is broken now. filtercheck in cdr-zone.com forums fixed it for me many times. reinstall/repair burning app that doesn't work after removing filters.