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Intel Boards _ No Display

Hi,

I am facing a major problem with intel boards and it has killed alot of my precious time.

Intel Board 965RY
Processor 2.13 Ghz, 6400
Ram 1GB kingston

The problem is that after working fine whenever I restart the system after some time It dont give display and after taking out the cell and wating for an hour the computer turns on and works fine and in this process if we got no display then we have to recover the bios and in the recovering process it gives display and works fine for some time and after that few hours work and we have to shut down the system then the same problem and now we cant even recover the bios.

I have swaped every other thing in the computer and every thing is fine.
Intel has replaced this board and after some hours the new board showed the same problem.

Please tell me what is going on. is ther any way to solve the problem?

Thanks

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  • Anonymous Nov 01, 2008

    3 short beep code

  • awe88 Nov 02, 2008

    Hi,



    Thanks Mike, from the cell I mean is the CMOS battery and I have updated the recent bios too,

    and in total it is the fifth board at my place with the same condition and my other systems are working fine at my place, Please tell me that is there any chance of having a virus in my hard drives or data that could do such thing because these are the hard drives or the data is the main thing I have to use every time and I have replaced every other thing except the hard drives. and I have scanned my drives with avg, Nod32 and Bit Deffender and found no virus at all. I really want this Issue to be solved because with every thing new I bought another intel board DG 35 ec and it got the same problem after a week and therefor I think of the virus in the hard drive that I cant detect.



    Thanks.

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso May 11, 2010

    Hi awe88,

    You mentioned "taking out the cell"! Please explain " cell " ?



    If you go to Intel's web site you'll find there is a recent bios update. (Dated: 7/27/2008). http://downloadcenter.intel.com/filter_r...*+XP+Professional&lang=eng&strOSs=44&submit=Go%21

    From what you have stated in your post it sounds like the bios is possibly corrupt & or the onboard display may also be bad.

    Since you have had this board replaced once (recently) it is still under Intel warranty. Contact Intel & do another RMA. Maybe the next board will be better & function correctly!

    No one should need to recover the bios when you loose display.



    Mike

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Some virus's can reside in the system memory. After doing a full scan shut down the system. Unplug the power cable. Pull your memory & wait about a minute. This will clear any memory resident virus being stored in your memory. Since you have run a virus scan I can't see the hard disk drive giving you an issue. On the other hand, if it were me. I would download the manufactures hard disk drive utilities software. Most allow you to download software that will allow you to create a bootable floppy disk or CD disk that will function in a DOS -like mode. Their hdd software can test the drive & look for any possible issue, than repair the drive if needed. If you decide to go this rout. disconnect all other hard disk drives & run the manufactures softare on one drive at a time. If you currently have data or windows already on the drive you can opt for option two. That is to boot the system to a valid windows CD. Allow windows to create another partition within the free space of your hdd. Install windows fresh. The reason for this fresh install will determin if your windows somehow became corrupt or another program within windows may be causing the system to shut down. Removing the cell as you have named it. Test the battery, it should hold 3volts DC. Make sure if you set the bios jumper to clear be sure to move it back to normal.

It is also very possible that your memory is getting too hot. This will cause your system to loose display. There is a place in the bios known as hardware monitor. Your board may have have this

Please see page 63 in manual for bios beep codes.

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