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Sorry for the delayed reply.
The pci post tester cards look promising. I will see if I can find a cheep one that will ship relatively soon. (a google shopping search didn't return any results from local stores.)
It is integrated graphics and I don't have a graphics card I could add.
So if it is a mobo problem, would I have to get a new processor as well? If so, I'm leaning toward amd as it, from what I understand, is cheeper and deals better with video and graphics. (This is what it is mainly used for.) Would an amd mobo work with my case?
You can check the tester as well on the system but I believe it might not work if there is a problem with the motherboard itself.
However, you can must give it a try for sure. Also, for replacing motherboard you would not need to get the processor replaced.
You can remove the processor from old system and connect it to the the new motherboard on the system.
Keep us posted with the results so we can advise you further.
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