Tip & How-To about Intel D915GAG Socket 775 Motherboard - 915G Chipset - Onboard Audio, Video, Lan - MicroATX

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Never hold the mother board on the cpu socket / ICs. Use the printer connector / usb conn. in that wat your static charges would have been grounded

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biostar g41 m7 wont power up after installing cpu


have you an ATX/BTX PSU?
with 24pins ATX + 4pins P4 connector?
if you haven't that it's normal that's don't work
else your PSU 5Vsb or/and your motherboard are dead

Nov 19, 2012 | Biostar G41-M7 Motherboard - Socket 775,...

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motherboard specification


Intel 865GV Chipset Pentium 4 Main board,
Supports Prescott CPU
FSB800, DDR 400, SATA 150 Specifications
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  • Supports Intel Pentium 4 Socket 478 processors(Prescott and Northwood) with 800/533/400MHz FSB
  • Supports Intel Hyper-Threading Technology


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  • Intel 865GV/ ICH5
  • Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2
  • Supports Advanced Configuration and Power Management Interface (ACPI)


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  • Two 184-pin DIMM sockets
  • Supports 2 DIMM Single/ Dual Channel DDR 400/ 333/ 266 memory (Max. 2GB)


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  • Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2


arrow_bullet.gif SATA 150
  • 2 channel Serial ATA 150MB/s data transfer rate

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  • 6-Channel AC 97 CODEC on board
  • Professional digital audio interface supports optical S/PDIF Output

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  • Supports Plug-and-Play (PNP)
  • Supports Advanced Configuration Power Interface (ACPI)
  • Supports Desktop Management Interface (DMI)
  • Write-Protect Anti-Virus function by AWARD BIOS


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  • On board 10/100Mb LAN

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  • 3 x PCI slots
  • 1 x Floppy Port supports up to 2.88MB
  • 2 x Ultra DMA 33/66/100 Connectors
  • 2 x Serial ATA 150 Connectors
  • 2 x USB 2.0 headers (Each header support two USB 2.0 devices)
  • 1 x CD-IN, 1 x AUX-IN
  • 1 x FP-Audio header

arrow_bullet.gif Back Panel I/O
  • 1 x PS/2 Keyboard, 1 x PS/2 mouse
  • 1 x Parallel Port, 1 x Serial port
  • 1 x VGA Port
  • 1 x Audio connectors (S/PDIF Out, Surround Out, Center/Sub, Lin-out, Line-in, Mic)
  • 4 x USB 2.0, 1 x RJ-45 LAN Connector

arrow_bullet.gif Miscellaneous
  • Micro ATX form factor (244mm*234mm)
  • Hardware monitoring - Including Fan speeds, Voltages, System environment temperature
    hope this helps

Jul 07, 2011 | Intel PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD...

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what type of slots does mb have


mother board (MB) have different slots for different uses.
CPU slots, FDD slot, Primary disk/Secondary disk slots. RAM slots, HD connectors, CD/DVD connectors, monitor connector, USB slots, printer ports, internal modem slots, multimedia slots, HD Audio slots, PCI slots 1, 2, 3, etc

Dec 07, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Plug-ins


Don't you have a manual? Most of the time the schematic diagram is part of the manual which is on the Mother Board CD. If you have a manual we will follow a different route of troubleshooting then if you have no manual. My suggestion is that you acquire 1 manual, 1 motherboard CD disk, 1 CD/DVD with the OS on it and 1 more CD/DVD with the drivers on it. The last two disks are to have the installer as part of their content. You have to remember that MB's are very delicate and can be damaged easy. The only part of the computer is not the mother board. The MB has the following parts: (1) The BIOS, which controls the computer inputs and outputs upon start-up for a few seconds until the nest step takes over. (2) The Central Processing Unit (CPU), which controls all processing and sequencial effects. The CPU, also, generates and controls the radio signal that carries the computer information (something like a composite TV signal), plus it interrogates the Random Access Memories, to store signal, to remove signal and to move signal to another location. With modern computers there is more and more pressure on the CPU, which is asked to perform manumentals tasks at very high speeds, speeds that genrate many joules of energy, which is removed by the cooling system (heat sink and blower or a cryogenic generator). It is always suggested to buy a MB that has the CPU installed at the factory, where every care has been taken that no heat will remain on the CPU chip. Modern computers have another chip for doing the mathematics, but even though it does not get as hot, it does require cooling, also; (3) the Random Access Memories (RAM). Their role is to replace the Hard Disc or parts of it, so that there will be no moving parts during the execution of a program and thus incrase the speed of operation. (4) The Video processor, which prepares the video signal, so it can be recognized by the Video processor and projected on the screen. (5) The Audio processor, which prepares the Audio Signal, so that it will be recognized by the audio processor and fed to the audio amplifier and speaker. (6) On the upper left side of the board there are conectors for various purposes, some older type like an RCA audio socket and the others, the modern ones are the USB sockets. There originally was one kind of USB connectors, but later it was realized that their speed was not exactly dazzling. So another type of USB 2.0 sockets and connectors were designed. The plug of a USB can be plugued in both sockets just as easy. The Video connector has remained the same for several years now, where the RCA sockets and plugs were replaced by better more efficient, miniature sockets with their corresponding connectors. As we almost said in the bottom part of the Board there are sockets with their connectors in line and they are called the PCI sockets, where one can connect a PCI board. Almost all desktop boards are PCI, where the Laptops are endowed with the modern looking PCMCIA sockets and corresponnding connectors. Finally we can look at all the things that the Mother Board does and be amazed.
A Computer also has a sophisticated Power Supply, properly cooled and toward the front of the computer there are slots for the various plug-ins that require external intervention. There you will find the HDD's, the floppy, the CD/DVD Drives, plus a number of other ainsileries that plug in and do medical radiography, or other inductrial functions. There are huge computers at banks and other financial institutions. The computer owned by the Social Security, a highly specialized financial computer, is the largest computer in the world.

Jun 15, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Motherboard crashed


The main thing is to find out what type the processor socket is.
Then buy a board with the same socket, and that can take the same ram type. This is your board so any equivelent should be fine.

CPU
  1. Socket 754 for AMD Athlon64
Chipset
  1. SiS 760 Chipset
  2. SiS 964 Chipset
  3. Super I/O: ITE IT8705 chip
  4. Integrated peripherals
    1. Realtek 8100C Ethernet controller
    2. Realtek ALC655 Audio AC'97 Codec
  5. Local Frame Buffer memory 64 MB
Memory
  1. Type: DDR400/ 333/ 266- 184pin
  2. Max capacity: Up to 2GB by 2 DIMM slots
Internal I/O Connectors
  1. 2 x Serial ATA connector
  2. 2 x UDMA ATA 133/100/66 Bus Master IDE connectors
  3. 1 x FDD connector
  4. 2 x USB 2.0/1.1 connectors (supports 4 ports)
  5. S/P DIF input/output pin header
  6. 2 x cooling fan pin headers
  7. CD/AUX in
  8. 1 x Game/Midi connector
  9. 1 x COM connector
Expansion Slots
  1. 1 x AGP slot (8x/4x-AGP 3.0 compliant), supports 1.5v display card only.
  2. 3 x PCI slots (PCI 2.2 compliant)
Back Panel Connectors
  1. PS/2 Keyboard / Mouse
  2. 4 x USB 2.0/1.1 ports
  3. 1 x VGA port
  4. 1 x RJ45 port
  5. 1 x COM ports
  6. 1 x LPT
  7. Audio (1 x Line-in / 1 x Line-out / 1 x Mic) connector
CPU/AGP/DIMM setting
  1. CPU FSB adjustable via BIOS
Power
  1. ATX power connector and ATX 12V connector
  2. Power-off by Windows 98/ Me/ 2000/ XP shut down and switch
Form Factor
  1. Micro ATX form factor
  2. 24.4 x 24.4 cm
H/W Monitoring
  1. System health status auto-detect and report by BIOS
  2. Hardware detecting and reporting for case open, CPU voltage, and fan speed.
BIOS
  1. 2M bit flash ROM, Award BIOS

Mar 15, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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