Hi everyone im new to the forum but I think I can help! In order for me to accurately diagnos the problem you will need to the follow these questionaires!
+ Have you recieved any "POST" error messages in the form of either beeps, or displayed text?
- If so make note of them and consult the motherboard manufacturer and BIOS manufacturer to define the Error codes.
+ When working on your PC were you properly grounded and using an ESD strap?
- If not there is a possibility that you have damaged your motherboard irreversibily. Remember! It only takes as much as 3 Volts to Fry a electronic circuit and we can only feel as much as 3,000 or more volts. 10,000 and up cause a slight pain and noticeable zapping sound.
+ Do you own any Diagnostic testing equiptment?
- No? Another alternative is to go and buy a "POST Diagnostics Card" which will give you a digital readout and summary of the errors when the POST Run by the BIOS fails to find any.
- Still if nothing helps I would definitely test the components and Board with a multimeter and if you are not sure how to use one find someone who can!
Well thats all I have for now so, until you can answer some of the questions I have provided theres just alot of speculation and standard procedures I could go through wasting time without knowing the specifics. So good luck!
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