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Old May 1st 04, 04:19 AM
The Kruegers
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I replaced a defective motherboard on a Compaq, keeping the same memory &
CPU. When I power up, it won't boot or display any video. Could the CPU be
fried?


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Old May 1st 04, 11:19 AM
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Did you get the replacement board from Compaq? Which Compaq PC?
HH

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I replaced a defective motherboard on a Compaq, keeping the same memory &
CPU. When I power up, it won't boot or display any video. Could the CPU be
fried?





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Old May 1st 04, 11:31 AM
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yes - 6320US

"HH" wrote in message
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Did you get the replacement board from Compaq? Which Compaq PC?
HH

"The Kruegers" wrote in message
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I replaced a defective motherboard on a Compaq, keeping the same memory

&
CPU. When I power up, it won't boot or display any video. Could the CPU

be
fried?







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Old May 1st 04, 08:23 PM
HH
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There should be a clear CMOS jumper. Look for a sticker inside your PC case.
Try clearing the CMOS and see if it will then boot. If it won't, either the
board is bad or the processor.
HH

"The Kruegers" wrote in message
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yes - 6320US

"HH" wrote in message
...
Did you get the replacement board from Compaq? Which Compaq PC?
HH

"The Kruegers" wrote in message
...
I replaced a defective motherboard on a Compaq, keeping the same

memory
&
CPU. When I power up, it won't boot or display any video. Could the

CPU
be
fried?










 




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