the best thing for you to do is take the side off your desktop pc and look at the motherboard make and serial number and also look at northbridge and southbridge chipsets (the square looking chips) and make a note of tyhe make also.
When you have the details either post back or search yourself, as Northgate are only a pc builder and not a manufacturer.
on Aug 14, 2007
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on Aug 04, 2007
SCREEN IS ALL BLACK
First of all go for monitor self test. disconnect your monitor cable from the back of ur CPU and turn on ur monitor, if you see some colour(red, blue, green etc) boxes in any shape
that means your monitor is fine, make sure colours are not hazy. If this succeeds that check the pins of the monitor connector, make sure pins are not bent or broken. Just Give it a try ... Cheers!!
on Jan 23, 2007
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