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Aw crap mobo fried?


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Rocknrollcows

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So, i was doing some work on my mom's computer. It was a quicky so i didn't bother wearing gloves. But i did ground myself.

So, she has a http://www.newegg.co...N82E16813138027

yea. its pretty old..

The mobo light isnt coming up. but the power light is.

If the mobo is fried. I'll just go down to MC and buy a cheapo mobo because she only surfs the web O.o
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Not that old.
What work were you doing?
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Yup, depends what ya did. If you took the MB out, may have forgot to ground it. (haha, i did that once). =\
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I was just plugging in a new PSU and a X300 pcie card..

I guess i'll go get a mobo :)
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Ah, what graphics card did it have before?
The X300 series tended to only work in certain boards and in others it didn't want to know.
Try putting the previous card back in, or failing that, your board has onboard graphics that you can use so technically you don't need a separate graphics card.
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Ah, what graphics card did it have before?
The X300 series tended to only work in certain boards and in others it didn't want to know.
Try putting the previous card back in, or failing that, your board has onboard graphics that you can use so technically you don't need a separate graphics card.



built in..

my mom only surfs the web.
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