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Old 07-18-2004, 04:20 PM   #11
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what was wrong with it anyway?
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It wouldn't even POST, and when I ran it in a different computer running off onboard VGA graphics it didn't even recognize it so there was nothing I could do bios wize
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It wouldn't even POST, and when I ran it in a different computer running off onboard VGA graphics it didn't even recognize it so there was nothing I could do bios wize
were there any jumpers on it? did you check those?
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I can't see any jumpers, anything else you can think off? PS: What cooling do you use for your processor?
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Old 07-18-2004, 05:09 PM   #15
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I can't see any jumpers, anything else you can think off? PS: What cooling do you use for your processor?
just do a general check of the card to see if anything like transistors or resistors are broken off.....if thats okay, the card is just kablooey, I wouldn't sell something like that, but you can...lol

I use the heatsink and fan that came with my XP 2600+, it runs at about 105f (41c) most of the time. Of course it helps that i have 4 other fans in the case also.
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Can't really see :/ I think the chip is just destroyed.

Yeh I wouldn't usually sell something like it but it was sold to me lol
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