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Question Is my motherboard damaged

Jul 2, 2020
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Is there any thing could happened to mobo if i drop screwdriver by accident
that happened to me
But the PC still working
But I think that bios(the menu that say press f2 to open bios settings) is taking more time to boot
I mean when I turn PC on It take more time to work and see something on moniter
also I can't see any physical damage on mobo
Sorry for my bad language
 
Is there any thing could happened to mobo if i drop screwdriver by accident
that happened to me
But the PC still working
But I think that bios(the menu that say press f2 to open bios settings) is taking more time to boot
I mean when I turn PC on It take more time to work and see something on moniter
also I can't see any physical damage on mobo
Sorry for my bad language
It's definitely possible to damage the MB by dropping a screwdriver....although if you don't see any physical damage I tend to be leaning towards that you didn't damage it and the delay might be related to something else.
 
Jul 2, 2020
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It's definitely possible to damage the MB by dropping a screwdriver....although if you don't see any physical damage I tend to be leaning towards that you didn't damage it and the delay might be related to something else.
Can it be the ram my ram has many errors and i send it to the shop i bought it from to check it
 

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