Re: Help diagnosing problem.

From: Highcountryrider <highcountryrider_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Fri, 2 May 2008 21:19:44 -0700

I would agree that the motherboard is a likely suspect. Your I/O board looks real good for having had batteries, but the battery leakage seems to do more damage to the motherboard. If it's not too bad, clean it real well - soap and water are ok provided you rinse thoroughly dry even more thoroughly, like for a week in a warm dry place.

If that doesn't work, get a schematic and an ohmmeter or continuity tester and start checking for open lands. Make sure and check between the lands and the connector pins. You can solder wires around any opens.

I think the fact that it powers on is a good sign. Much more than my Lisa would do at first!


On May 2, 2008, at 7:29 PM, Patnukem wrote:

actualy that sticker just fell off :), I have two cpu boards and it seemed to act the same way with either one but I have no way of testing them but the one I think looks to be in the best condition does not seem to be missing anything. I would not be surprised if it was the motherboard or the I/O I guess I will have to keep my eye out for a I/O and a motherboard. I did clean all the connectors very well and made sure everything was seated well.


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