|Actually, I'm not 100% sure the problem is with the motherboard. The PC does power up, but when trying to boot, all it gets is a black screen. It could be the PSU (sorry, I'm not in front of the PC right now, so I can't read off the specs for you). It's not the monitor, because that works fine with another PC. I ran memtest86, and it showed no errors. It has a PCI video card ... tried a different PCI card in a different slot, but that didn't make any difference. |
Good point about cost, jam. I thought that even if I could pick up a motherboard for $25, and even another K6-2 CPU for $10, that wouldn't be too bad. However, I'm not gonna spend anything until I know where the problem lies. Then I'll know whether to try to refurbish this unit or just pick up something else.
1 Corinthians 15:3-4