Since my pc wouldn't POST and according to the many sites I found on the internet. I came to the conclusion that my motherboard was fried. But, I wasn't sure, so I took it to GeekSquad (I became desperate). They opened it up and tried a different psu and came to the conclusion that the motherboard was fried. Just GREAT! [sarcasm] I think I might've fried the motherboard when I was installing it in the new case because I didn't ground myself (stupid mistake). So now, I need to buy a new motherboard and take it to GeekSquad and have them install it for me. $130, that is how much they wanted just for the installation. Here are my specs: * Intel P4 Processor 560J with HT (3.60GHz1, 1MB L2 Cache) * Front Side Bus Speed: 800MHz * Chipset: Intel® 915G * 1GB PC-3200 400MHz DDR (512MB x 2) * 250GB2 7200rpm Serial ATA Hard Drive * ATI Radeon® X300 (128MB Video Memory) * Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005 Which motherboard do you recommend. My current chipset is a 915g, does that mean I have to buy a new motherboard that is also a 915g? The guy at GeekSquad said I might also need to reformat the hard drive to guarentee that it works. Why would I need to do that?