It is difficult to get a piece of technology to work as good as it used to, once it's broken. Which is why most 'repair' procedures stay with hardware enthusiasts, because the best option for most other consumers is to replace it. With that in mind, we look at the resources that we have and try to get the best out of it.
The motherboard is located inside the cabinet and consists of a microprocessor, chipset and BIOS (Basic Input/Output System). The microprocessor decides the type of Central Processing Unit (CPU). The chipset constitutes two bridges: the north bridge and south bridge. These bridges control the flow of data in the computer. The basic functioning of the computer is controlled by the BIOS, which is a real-time clock and a major component of the motherboard. The slots and ports on it connect the computer peripherals like the sound card or graphics card. These slots provide a connection between the hard disk and the computer peripherals.
Hardware diagnostics can be a pure pain in the ass. There is literally too much going on in there to efficiently dissect the faulty stuff and repair it. This is why most repair work is usually done by professionals or hobbyists. It takes a long time to get a full grip on handling hardware issues with precision. That said, there are a few common problems with pretty easy solutions as well. Let's have a look at the MoBo (motherboard) itself for any repair options.
However motherboards are hard to work on but there is a couple of tools for troubleshooting the motherboard came out in 2013 is the PCI Debug Post Test Card Motherboard Tool Automatic Diagnostic LCD Display MCU
This PCI Debug Card with LCD Display use database compress technologies, so It can store all debug error information to MCU. The MCU can analysis debug code and shoe error information, thus you can repair your