Quote: Originally Posted by cristoph
it got even worst since my last post
Very much sounds like a capacitor problem now.
If found to be faulty, they are not too difficult to replace for a hobbyist with the proper wattage soldering iron. If you do replace caps, get low esr type with same specs as original.
On the other hand, motherboards are fairly cheap these days. Unless you enjoy the challenge of the hobby itself, you'd probably be better off just purchasing a replacement board.
If you're interested, you can see about the situation here
to help you diagnose.
And from here
Motherboard fails to POST.
Memory Test Fails.
System randomly and/or constantly reboots itself.
Fails to fully boot (or even install) Operating System.
System randomly and frequently freezes.
Random & frequent 'Blue Screens of Death'
BSoD or hard freeze under heavy drive activity (Either RAID, SCSI, or standard ATA)
CPU temps abnormally higher than usual under typical or less load.
*CPU VCORE & other system voltages are erratic or far out of tolerances.
Resetting the system after a freeze and the system will not repost.
(You have to completely power down then power back up.)"