I have reason to believe the mobo is dead. Fans Spin (when plugged into a working connector), Power light comes on, nothing else. All components have been tested and work in a separate system (haven't tested the CPU).
So my quest is; what is the cheapest replacement I can do? I am not worried about upgrading, as the whole system will be scrapped by year end. The only real requirements is that the board supports IDE and Sata.
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You know you're going to need a new motherboard/cpu and most likely memory right?
Or go to ebay/craigslist and look for some 939 socket motherboards.
You'll have to try E-bay. They don't make those chipsets anymore.