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    Diagnosing and fixing an Acer Aspire mobo

    Hello! I've got an Acer Aspire 3000 with apparently broken mother board lying around. It actually works otherwise, but neither the built-in or external display shows anything. Since I've got nothing to lose with this one I'd be willing to try any extreme methods to fix it. It has an integrated display adapter, which perhaps is broken. I wonder if I can change it or fix it somehow. Any ideas appreciated!

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildeh View Post
    Hello! I've got an Acer Aspire 3000 with apparently broken mother board lying around. It actually works otherwise, but neither the built-in or external display shows anything. Since I've got nothing to lose with this one I'd be willing to try any extreme methods to fix it. It has an integrated display adapter, which perhaps is broken. I wonder if I can change it or fix it somehow. Any ideas appreciated!

    Thanks
    Check the "xtreme way of fixing graphics cards" thread, it applys to motherboards also.

    Since i might be same kind of problem, broken bga ball joints.

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