Get it wrong and you’ll trash the board. If I’m right, the best you can do is to make sure your computer is on a flat surface to allow air to circulate. Then apply a layer of heat transfer compund, leaving the corners of the northbridge clear. I now know what the northbridge is,where it is and its purpose, also the southbridge, cpu and ram. Basically – assuming I have identified it correctly – any current Socket board with an Intel Chipset should work.
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I dont know what thermal paste or heat sinks are.
This might cause the display to freeze so the keyboard and mouse seem to stop working or it might prevent the computer from starting particularly after a restart when it is already running hot. Clean the residual sticky stuff off using IPA solvent. Dound, I have a advent MT, the computer will not always start up first time.
However you’ll probably have to buy new DDR3 memory as well as few current boards use DDR2 For instance Scan have a number of socket boards – http: I now know what sounnd northbridge is,where it is and its purpose, also the southbridge, cpu and ram. Get it wrong and you’ll trash the board. They COULD be snipped off and replaced by someone with a good soldering technique, but its not worth it New motherboard required As to the comment about the spam, every one of your posts has a corrupted weblink at the foot – go back and check what you’ve posted if you are not putting those in yourself, then it suggests your computer has been hacked.
It appears thet as soon as I turn the computer on, the fans operate at a fast speed, then after a while seem to slow down, is this ok. If you have not been messing with your BIOS settings they rarely give problems, and when they do not these problems. Only fix it found is to cut the heat sink off the motherboard using fishing line under the heatsink to cut the tape.
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Basically – assuming I have identified it correctly – any current Socket board with an Intel Chipset should work. Then apply a layer of heat transfer compund, leaving the corners of the northbridge clear. I may be wrong, but a Google for Advent MT comes up blank Now to your problem I think soudn machine should have onboard graphics, in which case making sure the cooling works may be a problem.
If I’m right, the best you can do is to make sure your computer is on a flat surface to dcs air to circulate.
GO Post your own question. I fix cranes, concrete pumps etc, this is alien to me but it is also intresting. Mainly because they stick a big heat sink on, but hold it on soudn double sided sticky tape which eventually goes bobbly and stops the heat transfer. I don’t see that this problem has anything whatsoever to do with your CMOS battery. Mike first can I ask you NOT to try and spam the forum sojnd inserting links to Limewire and other file sharing sites?
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Then superglue the heat sink back on, putting the glue in the sounc corners Its worked for me many times, but I’ve had experience. My guess would be that your graphics chip has a tendency to overheat. I have no idea what I’m doing, I have read up on things, ie, cmos batteries, and the bios being used to start the computer, after that point I decided that I needed some advice. I’m not a computer whizz, I’m trying to solve a problem.