Depending on the type of motherboard you have in your computer, you can decide what type of upgrades you can and cannot make to your computer in the long run. That is because the sockets on a motherboard are fixed, and you only have a fair shot at choosing the right motherboard when you are first buying it.
Since motherboards have lots of physical components exposed, it is common for them to have lots of random issues even from the start. However, this does not necessarily mean that you cannot fix some motherboard related issues by yourself.
In this article, we will discuss some of the most common issues related to motherboards and motherboard features, and how you can easily fix those issues.
Some motherboards only have one power socket, but a majority of them actually have two separate power sockets. That is why you should connect both of these connectors to the right wires coming from the PSU. Some people building a computer for the first time usually forget the second power connector, and end up having power issues when they first run their PC. You can also unplug and replug both of these connectors if you are unsure about how they are fitted.
Also, there are certain diagnostic software available which you can use to see if every component of your computer is getting enough power or not. If the issue seems to be complex, you should take your computer to an expert for repair.
Components Are Installed Improperly
Usually, you might fail to seat the components properly when assembling your computer. This problem usually happens with RAM and GPU. When this happens, your computer will not even post for the first time. So, it is always good to remove and re-seat these components to check if they start posting.