- Jan 1, 1970
I have several mainboards of the old slot 1/ socket 370 combo
type that still take an old style keyboard but can handle both AT
and ATX power supplies.
None of these boot up, some act dead, others will cause the PSU
to jump in overload protection when powered up.
None give a post screen.
As i have several older pc's in from a school i would like to find
a way to revive them.
No bulged capacitors but considering their age is it possible the
caps have high esr anyway, causing the board to fail?
I have no esr meter at hand, any test i can do?
Where does one buy computer capacitors anyway?
Digi-Key has the caps you might need