How to test for motherboard defects

On a regular computer we are using a system unit, Keyboard Mouse၊ Monitor included. The system unit consists of seven main components: the motherboard, the central processing unit (CPU), the hard disk, the CD / DVD drive, the memory, and the graphics card, and the power supply usually comes with the casing.

Here are some common signs and symptoms of each of these seven components. The main component of a computer is the motherboard. In other words, only select accessories that the motherboard accepts.

1. Blue Screen There are many reasons for a blue screen. This can also happen if the motherboard fails. These lines contain code numbers. You can read the code number and view it on the Microsoft website.

2. Restart / Shutdown This is one of the most common symptoms. However, it can also be caused by a virus and hard disk error. This is easy. Remove the hard disk. Check for viruses on another machine.

3. If you have a burning sensation, do not forget to turn off your PC immediately. Is it overheating? Is it due to high power input? Do not damage other components such as the central processing unit (CPU), hard disk, CD / DVD drive, memory, or graphics card.

4. Capacitor damage due to overheating Capacitor boxes on the motherboard may swell or swell due to longevity. You can test the motherboard with a PCI & ISA Motherboard Analyzer Tester that displays a four-digit code. But you can see what the error is by looking at the code numbers that come up.