Solved Would you bet that I need to replace mobo?

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enthusiast1988

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Symptoms my PC is having:
1. Would only turn on 10% of the time.
2. Some ports in the back wont work properly and one does not work at all
3. Some time there was an error that it cant read my HDD

Other details:
1. My PC is 5 yrs old
2. Location is tropical country, hot and humid
3. RAM card is new
 

Bruce

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yep, complete specs will help.

5 years isn't too old - not that age is any indication (dust, rust, knocks, surges etc) but at 5yo you'd be betting (hoping) it's got some more time in it yet.

BUT - if it is the mobo, for me, that would be a good trigger in deciding against fixing and getting a new rig instead.
 

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Please go HERE and download the portable version of Speccy. Save it to somewhere you can find, locate the file and as it comes as a Zip file use your favorite unzip application to decompress it. Open the newly created folder and double left click Speccy.exe if you have a 32 bit system or Speccy64.exe if yours is 64bit. If you are not sure what your system is click HERE. This guide compiled by Gus.



Speccy will open and after a short wait will display a summary of your system specs.


  1. Click on the file menu.
  2. Then click Publish snapshot.


A dialogue box will ask you to confirm, select yes.



Another dialogue box will open


  1. Click Copy to Clipboard.
  2. Then click Close.


Now that your link has been copied please paste it into your next post. It should look something like the example below:)

http://speccy.piriform.com/results/6waAHapcLrZIVPakgxXXXXXXX

BTW: once you have finished with speccy and no longer want it removing it is easy because it is a portable app with no install. Simply delete the downloaded file and folder you created when you decompressed it. Gone:thumbsup:
 
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