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My specs are.Motherboard gigabyte ga-m57sli-s4. right now the cheapest new parts are the 99.00 mb and cpu combo at micro center (g3258 and a z97 mb) a 8 gig ddr 3 dimm would be 80.00. Thanks! 000 #2 2 years ago LTG LTG Pinside member Jjp Tech Support, MN 5y 95k 22K+ 17 7 Hard to say what got damaged, but doesn't sound good. Lesson learned - no matter how strange your car behaves and how unlikely the cause could be the battery - check the battery anyway...

All fuses checked, none of them are blown, looks like it's going back to the dealer... I will look into getting that sorted sometime soon. It is really appreciated. » YouTube video 000 #39 2 years ago OP CAA Giardiasis Inactive member 2y 12k 247 Quoted from freddy:try putting it on tube and link it If not, then likely CPU damage. her latest blog

And I could see why because it was almost impossible trying to put a screw in the back of the cd player with it already installed so it was only finger I turned it on and now it won't do anything, won't respond to the remote at all, I can't turn it back off. That same day before I cleaned my computer I ordered a new power supply unite.

User Name Remember Me? For example, if the switch matrix is coming up with errors and everything else seems passes, you'll have a better idea of what direction to take. 000 #14 2 years ago The battery's voltage dropped below the threshold for car computer to work properly, and coincidentally that happened while I was doing a test on the camera, making it appear that I The ground wire I was using was not properly connected so it wasn't always getting a good charge.

I figured the problem was that the stereo was shorting through the bracket so I put a peice of rubber between the metal wall and the metal bracket and try again It was fine... please help. I will try to get some pics later today after wirk The pin is definitely repairable.

I was unhooking the cable and a heard an aweful sound. As for the F/R pin I suggest you check the voltage on that pin with respect to vehicle ground when shifted into reverse and drive. It still works most of the time, but occasionally turns itself off. solved I think I fried my motherboard solved I think I fried my motherboard solved Motherboard fried I think...

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I will try to get some pics later today after wirk 000 #21 2 years ago OP CAA Giardiasis Inactive member 2y 12k 247 Quoted from Pinballgeek:Are you getting 5v Could be for selecting between Front/Rear cameras, or maybe an alternate way of telling the MFD about Forward/Reverse gear (it normally uses the ODB bus for that). Would this be caused by the possible electrical short described in the OP? 000 #44 2 years ago !!! What are some possible fixes to try?0HP HDX laptop black screen on boot0Would it be possible to fix the right-side panel of my HP HDX laptop with super glue?1Is there any

New build, think the motherboard just fried :( I think I fried my motherboard swapping out the ram Think I fried my motherboard........ GO NINJA GO! 011 #26 2 years ago OP CAA Giardiasis Inactive member 2y 12k 247 Quoted from Tom_in_NoVA:The pin is definitely repairable. What can I do other then checking fuses? Find » Topic gallery Topic Gallery One image has been uploaded to this topic. » View topic image gallery Sorry, no images have been uploaded for this game yet. » Games

Or my motherboard? Actually, the link is with my install photos: http://rtr.ca/subaru_mfd_camera/ Cheers Last edited by ssccoooobbyy; 05-22-2014 at 10:40 AM. Montreal Canadiens Hockey Talk by Country Ottawa Senators Hockey Talk by Country Tampa Bay Lightning International Tournaments Toronto Maple Leafs Russia Metropolitan Division Sweden Carolina Hurricanes Finland Columbus Blue Jackets Germany

If you getting power there then its in the radio.

I do both male and female connectors, they're cheap enough. Think of those two pins as an RCA connector, minus the connector. LTG : )™ 000 #3 2 years ago OP CAA Giardiasis Inactive member 2y 12k 247 Quoted from LTG:Hard to say what got damaged, but doesn't sound good. Called roadside assistance and first thing they did was check my battery, to my surprise it shows just over 9V.

I can only guess that there is an over-current somewhere, not enough to blow a fuse but enough to blow the computer, or "Body Integrated Unit", per my service manual. My computer is a bit old and I don't have much money to buy a new one. You may cause additional short-circuits making things worse. With it booting properly and resetting, this is probably more of an issue with the connections causing your low voltages as stated above.

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Hockey Talk by Country Hockey Talk by Country International Tournaments Russia Sweden Finland Germany Northern Europe Let us know what the 5 volts measures. 5 volts is required for the CPU to run. share|improve this answer answered Jun 25 '15 at 15:43 Tonny 11.7k22540 @jokrkillah - Would be nice to know the reason this answer was even selected as the solution. –Ramhound This time the only difference is I left the gear in R for several minutes, all the sudden the camera image started flickering and shuts off, lights in the interior cabin

Anyway, thanks for the help. I think my motherboard is frying GPUs. So I proceed to do that and after I turn the PS3 off the TV just loses it and goes completely ****ed. If not, investigate whether the wall outlet is even working and, if not, try flipping the breaker for that circuit.