My ASUS P4S533-MX Motherboard wont boot although i change the battery but the power supply is good and new. Plz help me, im having serious problem with my board...thnx hope you give me an idea to boot up my board
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Re: ASUS P4S533-MX Motherboard
Does it have a built-in system beep buzzer? or else you need to connect one. The system beep has a code and will tell you if your video is not connected or your memory is not detected.
Try to make it boot even until the bios screen. Check your video card or your monitor connector. A single beep is a good sign that your motherboard has no problems. hope this helps
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clear cmos in motherborad....jumper is near battery....set jumper at 2-3 pin for 5 seconds....and then return it again at 1-2 pin.....if doesnt work,please remove cmos battery and replace new cmos battery...
The Asus P4S533-MX and all other motherboards for that matter consumes relatively low power (in terms of current requirement since the voltages fairly remains constant). What demands more power that has to be considered are the processor, video card, memories, and of course add ons such as the HD, DVD, and others. So rather than think in terms of "maximum power it can take", think of the highest you can get in terms of wattage. Power rating starts from 350 to as high as 650. I have heard of higher 750 + but havent had the chance yet to work with one.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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well its quite simple.you have set the wrong latency for rams. I suggest you put a latency around 3 reset the bios and check the latencyes..you know that you must have all the rams from the computer to the same data..like all the timings or latency. good luck.. bye bye