One day I browse the internet and the screen freeze automatically. What I did is to reset the switch button but no avail. I repeat pressing reset button over and over again yet the pc hangs... The next step that I did was to configure the CMOS setting by pressing the del button yet i can manage to enter the cmos configuration set up but the pc freeze again,,I wonder whats the problem even if I already isolated the hdd cd rom ide cord still the problems exists,, please do help me tnx..God bless to all
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You should unplug the power cord from the power supply, pop out the cmos battery, switch the bios reset jumper to the 2 and 3 pins, wait about a minute, put the jumper back to 1 and 2 pins, put cmos battery back in, plug in power cord to psu and turn on pc. If you have any issues with this process please refer to your owner manual for the motherboard or look one up on their website. Please let me know if this fixes your issue.
Try without any RAM and see if there is a beep...if there is then mobo is ok. If no beeps still. Check the CPU. Also check the PSU if its giving adequate power to all the added cards. If possible try with another PSU.
Try clearing CMOS as well. If all these doesn't do any good to the mobo, I think its time to RMA the mobo.
Have a great day!
Try to reset the CMOS settings by removing the CMOS battery and leaving it on that state for 5 to 10 minutes then places it back or if your familiar with the CMOS jumpers on the motherboard it is a more effective of resetting it. Give it a try and see if you will be able to access the BIOS setup again.
the mainboard has onboard graphic adapter (S3 bla bla bla)
try using it. unplug your nvidia FX5500
how is it? does it work?
if it still not working, then STOP here. something is wrong with your mainboard
if it is working, then goto BIOS configuration
change the PROCESSOR frequency to 100 MHz (MANUAL) and the RAM frequency to 400MHz
save the configuration, and shut it down immediatelly
plug the nvidia FX5500 back, and turn your pc on...
it should be working fine now
but if you still have problem, then i'm sorry... couldn't help you any further... :)
If you have the manual for *********** board if not print it out, there should be a 3 prong with a jumper on it.. usually you turn off the computer take it off switch it to the prong that wasn't covered and the center prong let it stay there i thin 3-10 seconds then switch it back. turn on your computer and it should be reset
Clear CMOS jumper
Jumpers to enable system wake up on keyboard or USB devices
PS/2 keyboard power jumper
Fan power jumper
Jumpers to enable/disable SMBus 2.0 support
This is the jumpers which is avalable for the motherboard.
If there is no jumper for your oparation It will detected the changes Automatically.
you have i would say a corrupt bios, if it can't even select the splash screen, i'm assuming that you have tried to reset the cmos by means of the relevant jumpers, either JBAT1, CLRCMOS or CLRCLK or similair.
If so and still nothing, when you built the system you may have stressed the board fitting the heatsink and fan or the memory causing the mobo bios chip to fault or it is simply a manufacturer fault and therefore up for exchange of faulty goods.
You can try wiping the cmos settings, as they may be corrupt, find the JBAT1 terminal on your mobo and put jumper across pins 2-3 then back to pins 1-2.
Boot up pc and reset time, date and get the bios to auto identify drives, normally F12 depending on mobo.
Also check that your cmos battery isn't low as it may keep losing the settings.