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Old 12-26-2007, 06:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently posted that I was going to have to rma my motherboard and finally called today and got the rma ticket number and everything I needed. Well I decided I would mess with it one last time to see if I could get it to work before I sent it off. I did get it to work I stuck 1 gig and 1 vid card in it and took off. However My sata drives were not reading and both of my hard drives got fried. Also when I stuck in the second video card it would not post to the bios at all and went all weird. So my bet is I somehow managed to blow the 680i chipset on my board. My question is though if I did this would it be possible that it did blow my hard drives and if it might have, do you think asus would pay for the hard drives that there board blew? My motherboard was a P5N32 - E SLI. Does this sounld like what might have happened describing what does not work?
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