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So i recently posted about a dead psu and today i received a replacement. I put everything together again and nothing turned on. I tested my PSU with a paper clip like someone told me to do before and this time it worked. Now i assume my mother board is dead... Is there any way i can test this and maybe test the rest of my hardware too so i can ship it all back at the same time to be fixed? thanks for your help
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You could try booting it up after removing all of the RAM. If you do not hear beep codes the moterboard is bad. This assumes that your system speaker is working.
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