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Computer won't turn on after reheating MX4000

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February 2, 2013 6:19:22 AM

My GeForce4 MX4000 was broken because it's no longer used.

When I just sawing video how to reheating video card with iron for who don't have oven, my MX4000 had dead pixels so I want to fix them. After I doing first reheating, the dead pixel reduced however it still had fewer dead pixel. After I doing second reheating, the computer won't turn on. My test system is HP Vectra VL600

What the hell I am doing? I have doing this for repairing but it just killing it.

How to fix this crap?

BTW, is GeForce4 MX4000 has better DX7.0 performance. I want to using them for 440BX system.
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February 2, 2013 6:26:12 AM

lol. for starters, dead pixels are a fault of the monitor, not the graphic card. An iron on your video card? are you nuts? The computer no longer wants to turn on because it no longer wants to be tortured. I also heard you can fix your computer by hurling a brick at it.
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February 2, 2013 8:24:52 AM

iam2thecrowe said:
lol. for starters, dead pixels are a fault of the monitor, not the graphic card. An iron on your video card? are you nuts? The computer no longer wants to turn on because it no longer wants to be tortured. I also heard you can fix your computer by hurling a brick at it.

Lol, what are you saying that I am torture the computer.

I am got mistake, I mean artifacts on screen. Not dead pixel....

Oh yeah, I want to sharing the video how to repairing video card using electric iron:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbQLMpQMx3c&lc=eGF1agy__...
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