My Biostar M7VKQ integrated video does not seem to work. When I first boot,
the power light on the monitor goes green and then in a few seconds before I
get anything on the screen, it goes amber. When I install a PCI video card,
I get a screen. I can't seem to find anything on the Biostar website about
this problem. Anybody have any ideas? Thanks.
FIND DRIVER MICROSOFT LOOKBACK ADAPTER OF MAIN BIOSTAR M7VKQ
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That beep usually means a hardware problem. Try first unplugging every external hardware, like printer, keyboard, mouse, external hard drives, etc. Try powering on, if you get the same result DISCONNECT THE POWER CABLE, and try opening the computer and removing the RAM Memory modules one by one, try powering it on after removing each, if you removed all and still get the same beeps put them all back in and you may need to try the internal additional hardware such as PCI/PCIe cards (Non-integrated network card, non-integrated video cards, etc.). If all of this fails take it to a certified technician as you may have a main-board issue. DO NOT REMOVE OR ADD COMPONENTS WITHOUT FIRST UNPLUGGING THE POWER CORD.
Pretty much every computer built within the last 5 years has built on network interface. However, to answer your question completely - look at the back of the computer where the network cable plugs in? Is it clustered around the video/sound, power, printer, usb, etc (integrated in); or is it located elsewhere (perhaps in the series of long narrow rectangular openings openings where the expansion cards go - separate).
I had the same problem few weeks ago. After purchasing a new powerline adapter (from another brand), I decided to open the PLE300 to see where the problem is. It is important to say that, before the adapters stopped working, the POWER ON light had faded until it turns off on both devices. I didn't care so much also because the link between both PLE300 and PLS300 continued to work. The Linksys uses a particular configuration (using a TNY174PN integrated circuit) to obtain the proper voltage for the internal components. I'm quite sure that a damage in the internal power supply is the cause of my problem and, so, I started to check all electrolytic capacitors near that component (in the data sheet [http://dalincom.ru/datasheet/TNY176PN.pdf] is reported that the capacitors are used to limit the output current). Without the schematic diagram is hard, but i hope to find the solution.
Check for the pins inside the integrated NIC to check if the pins are bent / disfigured. Does not look like the additional card is making any different, looks more like a moving NIC cable is makin the difference.
I have many D-Link router and printer server /wirless adapters in operation.
I love the product, but find periodically that the power cord/converter seems to not connect and the router/adapter goes dead. If I swap power cords, away it goes.
I have found that the plug end entering the adapter needs to be periodically cleaned (alcohol wipe works well & dried before reinsertion). I have tested all my power cord/converters when they don't seem to work and they all are functioning normally with proper voltage output. The connection is usually the issue.