Question about MSI K8N NEO2-Platinum (MS7025) Motherboard

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No start-up... I just bought a new MB. I plug in the cpu, memory, HDD, DVD, AGP, front panel buttons,and monitor, power up and get nothin. Everything seems to be getting power, i can hear the HDD spinnin, the front panel lights up all the fans are going, but no signal to the monitor and no response from the pwr or reset buttons. Is this board DOA or am i missing something? This is a computer i built a few years back and have upgraded many times but this is the first time i've had this kind of problem. I bought the new mobo cause the IDE controler died on the old one.

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  • flaxon Oct 21, 2008

    i have a wireless usb keyboard/mouse combo that i am using now to type this on my wife's laptop. Same one i was using with the old mobo. As far as drivers, i shouldn't have to install drivers to the the power/reset buttons to work just have them plugged into the correct pins on the mobo which i'm sure i did cause i looked up the manual on this website. I'll get the drivers is need when i need them. Still the monitor is not getting a signal so i can't see if the computer is even running the POST ( i don't think it is beause i never hear a beep). My video card was working fine when i pulled it from the old mobo. At first i installed ever thing i could, but when i got nothing on the monitor, i powered down using the switch on the back, since the buttons on the front of the compter are not working. Then i removed everything plugged it into the old mobo, turned it on, and got a diplay, just so i would know that my video card is ok. Then i unplugged everything from the old mobo, installed only cpu, one set of memory (two 1gig sticks),ide hdd with win xp pro already installed (not that it matters right now), dvdrom drive, and agp video card (ati sapphire x1650 512mb). Monitor still says ' no signal...

  • flaxon Oct 21, 2008

    how am i going to install drivers if i can't see anything???

  • Erol Kane
    Erol Kane May 11, 2010

    did u change any keyboard usb or wireless with it and do u have the needed drivers for ur new Mobo with?

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First install your graphic card drivers for sure and second check the jumpers settings on mobo after you let me know again please... and dont forget to use a non usb/wireless keyboard to get in the bios with, sometimes that does it ...?

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