Zunor has yet to answer the question about the exact Motherboard he has in this Computer. Any Hardware SPEC that omits or ignores this "Mother of all all hardware" , the foundation on which all others like the CPU, the RAM etc are directly fixed, has the BUS- the communication pathways that link all devices with each other etched on , receives the Power connector from the Power Supply Unit to power the onboard devices, and on which is the BIOS ROM Chip that keeps a record ( Firmware) of all the important hardware and initializes them when Powered On to begin the booting process-is depriving the most vital information for any serious or unusual troubleshoot. A significant Motherboard problem could turn the computer deaf, mute and blind! hi whoosh, Yes, I concur completely with your observation. one of the important aspects of Forum troubleshoot is to maintain civilty and avoid profanity while exchanging information however frustrated one might feel because something is not working well for any reason. A good Question not only makes the voluntary free help givers interested in the problem but makes the archived data useful to countless readers seeking troubleshoot information using search engines. More over the FAQ in this Forum refers to the need for a proper code of conduct expected from everyone who uses its free service. It also gives a list of hardware specification people asking for help need to consider giving while posting a question.