is that a motherboard problem or not

November 17, 2011 at 00:40:26
Specs: Windows XP
some times my computer start properly but some times show nothing on screen.for solve to this i changed my cpu ram but no solution.before this problum my computer start properly.I change antivirus in it from norton to quick heal.my computer window corrupted.computer hardware person install window xp sp3.then my computer start properly.when i came back in my house then start it but no responce.no display on screen.when i come back my home with my cpu the road is very damaged.and cpu very hardly jumped on back side of my bike.after that this problum starts.now my computer few times start properly and few times it does not show nothing on moniter screen no massage or no display.if my pc start ones time then i restart to it so many times as i wish to restart it.there is no problum to restart it.is that mother board problum or other.i have not motherboard software.please solve it and tell me is that motherboard problum or any thing else.tell me by mail my mail id gursingh0145@yahoo.com

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#1
November 17, 2011 at 07:28:41
when i come back my home with my cpu the road is very damaged.and cpu very hardly jumped on back side of my bike.after that this problum starts

I'm not sure what any of that means? A CPU is a chip that fits in a socket on the motherboard. The case & all the hardware inside is called a computer.

You can't fix a hardware problem by install new software or reinstalling Windows. If you paid someone to do that for you, you wasted your money. I don't know what "Quick Heal" is, but Norton was a poor choice for AV. There are several good free AV programs available - Avast, AVG Free, Microsoft Security Essentials, are 3 of the most popular.

You have listed zero info about your computer. We need to know the specs & a clear, detailed description of what happens when you try to power it up. Are there any beeps? Anything displayed on the screen? Can you hear the cooling fans? Is there any activity lights flashing on the case?


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#2
November 18, 2011 at 09:28:28
Any of the following could be loose if the symptom is intermittent:-
RAM.
Add-on Graphics Card.
Cables and Connectors.

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#3
November 18, 2011 at 17:30:04
when i come back my home with my cpu the road is very damaged.and cpu very hardly jumped on back side of my bike.after that this problum starts
I'm not sure what any of that means?

I think it means he transported his pc on on the back of his bike and it got bounced around due to the bumps on the road.

larry


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#4
November 18, 2011 at 17:44:14
larryf215
Yes, that was my interpretation too. Makes loose hardware very likely IMO.
Unfortunately when posters leave email addresses it often means that they have no intention of coming back to the forum but expect to just sit back and wait for an emailed answer.

gursingh
Clean RAM edge connectors with a pencil eraser too. If they moved to a spot where there was oxide it could cause issues. Same applies to any add-on cards.


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