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... and it died again.
Well it had a good 5 mins of an afterlife.
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LOL, Thats cool. I thought I was the only one who lifted heavy and tweaked computers. That would be hillarious, talking about weightlifting supplements in the gym and then the coversation switches to Tri-SLI setups....
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Quote:
Originally Posted by askareem24 View Post
! my videocard doesnt start again. gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

You might need to do the process over again. I would do it over again & bake it for 15mins at 385 degress. MAKE SURE YOU PREHEAT THE OVEN.. That is one of the most important steps. has to be in the oven for a limited time of 10 mins & a max of 15 mins. Oven has to be at 385 degress as soon as you put it in & start the timer..

"Keep us updated man you got me worried about ya"
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Will this work on a mobo? I have a dead one laying around...what temp would I have to set it on?
Can anybody help me?
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Quote:
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Can anybody help me?
I would think that if it works for other computer components, it should work for a dead motherboard. What have you got to lose, a dead motherboard?

Quote:
Originally Posted by tagurtoast View Post
ok WHO WANTS THE TEMPS AND TIMES FOR THIS lol (degrees celcious)
CPUS 180 degrees for 15 min
GPUS 210 degrees for 20 min
MOBOS 240 degrees for 10 min
HDDS 180 degrees for 10 min...
I'd start by trying this wonderful recipe from the top of the 2nd page. In the end you won't have a flambe but hopefully something better .
Edited by LoneWolf3574 - 6/27/09 at 2:13am
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post #76 of 748
so what exactly does baking do to the graphics cards/mobos/cpus to resucitate them?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by AMABFKCUO View Post
so what exactly does baking do to the graphics cards/mobos/cpus to resucitate them?
melts all solder points, and fixes dry solder joints that arent making proper contact, therefore causing artifacting/no screen/other issues.

oven remelts all points, making good contact again
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Didnt work for me, now my card wont even show me the post windows steps but does work in windows. Aah well i had nothing to lose, i gues the GPU is just fried.
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And people say that the Wii fit doesnt actually do anything...

Im glad it worked for you, youre a lucky guy.

And can i just say your cataloging of the events is impeccable.

You also win the prize for highest REPost ratio.
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Originally Posted by outlawsbba View Post
Didnt work for me, now my card wont even show me the post windows steps but does work in windows. Aah well i had nothing to lose, i gues the GPU is just fried.


BEFORE ONE Claims it didnt work for them lets talk about Carelessness


One might want to keep in mind when attempting this fix that If you've had the broken gpu or motherboard ur attempting to fix sitting in a box or any other area alone with tons of other wires & components for months, one would have to consider the fact the card or board might have obtained BROKEN solder joints and or broken chipset pieces thats fallin off from Neglect, of being keap put in such an aweful place. Consider all the times you might have went in & out the box or area you keap the gpu looking for other wires & components & have throw that gpu or board to the side carelessly because u figured it was broke anyways. I got a old sound card my self i havent used in YEARS in a box with dozens of Dvi,vga,usb & powers cords. Wouldnt do that card any justice attempting a OVen fix on it when i know i've carelessly have had it thrown around in that boxs for a year now.


"So!... When u attempt the bake method.. "Ask your self FIRST" Have i abused this hardware to badly in the irresponsible place i've sat it for months."


BE SURE YOU CONSIDER THESE FACTS WHEN YOU CLAIM THE GPU OVEN BAKE DIDN'T WORK FOR YOU"
Edited by Jago-Vs-Fulgore - 6/27/09 at 11:20am
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