Question about Acer AOpen AX4BS-V (91.89J11.001) Motherboard

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Dont Post Hey can someone please help?? I was useing this computer when all of a sudden after i shut it dn wont restart I am geting pwr to motherboard the two red lights on board lites up and theres power going to all componets just no green led.. Now heres what I have done I pulled the ram cdrom floppey drive video caerd sound card even change the pwr suply to a new p4 nothing on the motherboad excep for the ram ( yes the ram is good) pwr suply an video card still no post ram is new checked on anouther computer works great pwr suply is a 450 p4 new video card is a gforce new. Oh an I pulled bat to reset. This computer was woking great tell i shut it dn the rigt way start etc. and i also pulled the proser and checked it in anouther computer checks good. :( I thunk the moutherboard me it maker :(

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Try looking for a cmos reset switch on the motherbaord instead of taking out the battery use the switch if nothing still happens your mobo is stuffed

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I thunk your rite it met its maker, sounds like you followed all the test procedures, and unfortanuly that's what happens from time to time working great on min then gone to the GB in the sky the next. unless you have a DX card or know someone that has one, (and thats only to confirm its dead) sounds like you need a new system board.

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