Sunday, May 10, 2009

Learn How to Repair a Motherboard

Majority of dead motherboards I've encountered were caused by flawed electrolytic capacitors. You may not believe it, but bad capacitors are one of the main causes of defects for semiconductor-based devices like the motherboard. Electrolytic capacitors on motherboards (old or new) often make computers behave strangely if they fail such as: intermittent shutdown/restart, power turns on but no POST, random crashes, etc.

This guide will teach you how to breathe new life into your motherboard by replacing its electrolytic capacitors.

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