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Kerusakan pada Motherboard

1. Sering terjadi hang
  • memory tidak cocok --- ganti memory
  • ada virus di harddisk --- scan harddisk
  • over clock --- seting kembali clock prosesor
  • ada bad sector di harddisk --- partisi harddisk dengan benar
2. Pembacaan data menjadi lambat
  • memori tidak cukup --- tambah memori
  • harddisk penuh atau ada virus --- kurangi isi harddisk, scan harddisk, atau ganti hardisk
3. CMOS failure
  • baterai habis --- ganti baterai CMOS
  • seting BIOS berubah --- seting kembali BIOS
4. Tidak bisa booting
  • cache memory rusak --- disable eksternal cache memory di BIOS
  • memori tidak cocok --- ganti memori
  • boot sector pada harddisk rusak --- masukkan operating system baru
  • ada bad sector pada trek awal harddisk --- partisi harddisk
5. Suara bip panjang berkali-kali
  • memori rusak --- periksa kedudukan memori
  • memori tidak cocok --- ganti memori
  • memori tidak masuk slot dengan sempurna --- periksa kembali kedudukan memori
6. Suara bip bagus tetapi tidak ada tampilan / bip dua kali
  • VGA card rusak --- ganti VGA card
  • slot VGA tidak terpasang sempurna --- periksa kedudukan VGA
7. I/O disk error
  • sistem di harddisk rusak --- perbaiki harddisk
8. Floppy disk failure
  • I/O rusak --- ganti I/O
  • floppy rusak --- periksa floppy
  • kabel floppy putus --- periksa kabel floppy
  • tegangan power suplai tidak cukup --- periksa tegangan power suplai ke floppy
9. Motherboard me-reset sendiri atau tidak bisa booting
  • power suplai tidak normal --- ganti power suplai dengan daya yang lebih besar
  • motherboard kotor --- bersihkan
10. Kapasitas harddisk tidak normal
  • setting jumpers I/O tidak benar --- periksa setting jumpers I/O harddisk
11. On board tidak jalan
  • on board rusak --- ganti dengan card
  • setting on board tidak benar --- periksa setting on board
12. Tampilan di layar ada huruf yang berkedip-kedip atau muncul garis
  • VGA card rusak --- ganti VGA card
13. Mouse tidak berfungsi
  • mouse rusak --- ganti mouse
  • on board mouse rusak --- ganti dengan card
  • setting mouse tidak benar --- periksa kembali setting mouse
  • driver mouse tidak cocok --- periksa driver mouse
  • mouse tidak terdeteksi --- set up ulang mouse
  • kabel mouse tidak sesuai --- cocokkan kabel mouse untuk on board dan card
14. Motherboard blank (tidak ada reaksi sama sekali)
  • BIOS rusak --- upgrade BIOS dengan tipe yang sama
  • prosesor terbakar --- ganti prosesor
  • regulator jebol --- ganti IC regulator
  • Chipset rusak --- ganti IC chipset
  • IC reset rusak --- ganti IC reset
  • IC clock rusak --- ganti IC clock prosesor
  • setting jumpers over clock --- seting kembali clock-nya
  • memori rusak --- ganti memori
  • PS padam --- periksa PS
  • soket PS longgar --- periksa slot/soket PS

Panduan Menjadi Teknisi Komputer - Ahmad Yani


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