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static shocked the mobo
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static shocked the mobo
Every time? What do you suggest?

This is a lot harder when I don't have the computer with me..
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Well, I told him to reset the CMOS battery via the method of shutting off the computer, PSU to O, and popping the battery out for 5-30 minutes.
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Every time? What do you suggest?

This is a lot harder when I don't have the computer with me..
i think he meant one time , one static shock could fry something
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I'll tell him to check the CPU HS anyways, as it was rather large. But I do agree overheating wouldn't cause a checksum error.

I'll tell him to remove the CMOS battery and move the jumper, and leave it like that for a good 30 minutes, then try and put the battery back in and move the jumper back.

What if he continues getting the same errors? New battery? I've never run into this problem before (Most likely because I havn't totally had the computer drained long enough for the battery to get that low)
Well how large was it? If anything you should have uninstalled the HS, if it got jarred hard enough, it could have easily damaged the mobo.
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Well how large was it? If anything you should have uninstalled the HS, if it got jarred hard enough, it could have easily damaged the mobo.
Nothing like a Tuniq, it's an XP-90C, 92mm fan on it. Maybe half larger then the stock HSF.

I'm recommending he reseat the CPU, otherwise I think eVGA will let him RMA the board.
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