I replaced my Gigabyte X38 motherboard in December last year after having a run of problems with my computer turning on and off constantly. (Turns out it may have been the memory)
Now, the replacement motherboard, an ASROCK P43DE, seems to have died as well. I thought it may be the memory again (Corsair 2GB sticks) but when I took the memory out, it still just turned on the fans (at full chat too!) but didn't beep cos of no memory. (Bizarrely, I turned it on for the hell of it this morning, and it gave me the memory missing beeps from POST!)
So, to summarise, the machine didn't turn on (apart from the fans) with and without memory installed, yet this morning, it beeped at me due to no memory.
Any ideas what could be causing this? Should I try my old X38 mobo in it's place? I really can't afford to buy a new motherboard again.
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