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procesor problem on my computer

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Hello loc122

1: The MB is not yours and so you cannot say whether or not it is good or bad, this = a -

cpu is the same i'm transfering him from my old computer Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor supporting HT Technology 3.20 GHz, 512K Cache, 800 MHz FSB

If the CPU works in the computer that you have removed it from then this is a +

and the ram are the same 1 gb ddr2

Like the CPU if the Ram works in the computer that you have removed it from then this is a +

If numbers two and three are confirmed as each being a + then the MB is most likely bad.
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i had the same problem in this computer im using him right now. He didn't work then 1 week later i try again and it worked now im using it
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To protect your own health and safety and that of others I strongly suggest that you approach a suitably qualified local technician and have all of the components that you have acquired conclusively tested, a competent local tech will be better placed to advise you as to whether or not the components that you have are safe to use.

The stability of the hardware that you have is of a major concern to me and so I do not feel that it is appropriate for me to offer any further troubleshooting guidance in case there is a serious malfunction.

Stay safe and be sure to isolate all sources of electricity before reaching inside the case.
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