Dell M90 Hardware problem: Video or Mobo?

August 12, 2009 at 07:54:17
Specs: Windows XP, AMD Sempron 3000/512
I recently bought a Dell M90 with a supposed bad motherboard off of ebay. It's a fairly new computer, so I halfway expected it to come with a service tag and for me to just be able to tranfer the warranty and get it fixed. This is not the case. I turn the computer on, and the backlight comes on. I have tried the obvious problems it may have (Reseated RAM, hooked it up to ext source) and it isn't showing anything. I have seen that they have been notorious in the past to have the video card go bad aswell, so how can I tell if the video card is bad or the motherboard?


EDIT: I don't know where it got those specs from, but it has an Intel Centrino Dual Core with 2GB of RAM.

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August 12, 2009 at 11:56:35
Hi, can you tell us what kind of video card it has, and which slot it requires or if it is integrated.

Windows 2000 Pro/ Windows 98SE
Intel Celeron 500 socket 370

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