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EiadSherif
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Motherboard dead after 3 years

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HP Pavilion p6-2301sx Desktop PC

Hello, After I bought my pc for 3 years it began do weird things like becoming slower, sometimes shutting itself down after pressing the button until eventually it died.

But when I repaired it, worked for 3 days and I put it away for a while when I tried turning it on again it worked but the only difference is I connected it to the internet the pc worked, the day after that I tried turning it on I discovered that it died again.

 

Now it works but with a different motherboard (which is the GA-H61M-S2PT) but I plan to repair it but fully working not dying again and put the Gigabyte in a different machine for someone who doesn't play demanding games or do heavy work on it

 

Please help me if possible, in case if it's not possible tell me what broke exactly

 

Note: the motherboard is H-JOSHUA-H61-uATX

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Bill_To
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Hello

 

Tough to try to diagnose the motherboard problem using the information you have provided. Sounds like an intermittent problem with the motherboard.

 

Did you install a different motherboard in the PC? Now this PC using a different motherboard works okay. That suggests you have a factory motherboard problem if changing this part fixed the issue.

 

Now you want to install the original, problematic, motherboard in a different case. I would think the problem will appear in a new case based on your problem description.

 

Please provide more info if I am not understanding what is happening.

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EiadSherif
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first of all yes it works with a different motherboard

 

second i would like to repair the old one and put it in a new case

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