No Display In PC ASUS P5LD-VM Motherboard Repaired
This PC (ASUS P5LD2-VM/S) was brought to me and the complaint was the Motherboard was fully dead.
The lateral cover was dismantled (only two screws) to check on the inside especially the Motherboard.
First thing I saw in the Motherboard was the Onboard LED, so far everything was good.
Look at the extract of the User Manual of this Motherboard in the photo below.
First idea that came to my mind was to extract the RAM DDR2 module of the PCB to clean the golden contacts with my STAEDTLER eraser.
When it was cleaned and inserted into its slot, the PC was turned on, but there was no Video-out. Then other idea came to my mind (idea that has save me in some other occasions), to extract the Microprocessor for cleaning its golden contacts with the same STAEDTLER eraser.
When it was inserted into its LGA-775 slot and the PC was turned on, look at the photos below-see what happened then:
This time there was Video-out and the Motherboard was brought back to life. Mission accomplished.
This article was prepared for you by Humberto Rodriguez, one of our ‘Master Authors’ from Cuba.
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