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Created On: 07/20/2006 12:05 PM
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 07/20/2006 12:05 PM
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aboncev
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Hi! Can i fix processor (AMD Duron 1300MHz, morgan)? He look's fine, but it's not working! On front side it's some grean-blue liquid. It's not much. If you wont, i can send you picture.
I have ASUS A7V motherboard with AMD Athlon 800MHz (thunderbird), and it's working fine with no problem at all.
Please help me. Tell me what to do. Do i have to change something in my motherboard, or my processor (Duron 1300) is finish,caput?
Thank you, very, very much.
 07/20/2006 01:02 PM
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Green-blue liquid doesn't sound promising.Liquids should be kept well out of contact with any electrical equipment even when it's switched off.

I'd be interested to see a picture.Durons are pretty much bullet proof but if it's been fried then it's more than likely dead.

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 07/20/2006 02:20 PM
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Thanks for replay ! If i try to remove that liquid with screw-driver, or melt it, will i have some result or i will make more demage? (I don know how to insert photo. If you like i can send it to you via e-mail.
 07/20/2006 03:28 PM
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Upload the pic to Imageshack then copy and paste the link it gives you here.Use the one for thumbnails.

Don't start scraping at anything till we can see what it is and whether it should be removed.

ps.editted your email address out.Leave that sort of thing for PM's eh!

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