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Green light is on and but no picture

When i boot it up there is no picture at all just before i did this though i tryed to over clock the cpu but now i can even get the boot screen up i tryed unpluging everything but the motherboard(even the fan) and still nothin happens plz help the pieces are not old i got them only yesterday sooo...

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First, clear the CMOS. Then open the processor from its socket and reinsert it properly.Connect the heat sink. Then start up ur pc. If there is any display then enter into bios by pressing Del.

If there is no diplay, then probably you need to chage your CPU

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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It's a good solution but for reset the CMOS you need to change the yellow jumper J7J3 to 2-3 position (configure). After the POST runs, setup runs automatically. The maintenancee menu is displayed. Put all defaults values, save and exit (yes for save). Turn off it, put the jumper J7J3 at it original position, turn on and enjoy.

Posted on Jan 25, 2007

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I had this porblem and it turned out my CPU was failing. check into that.

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Restart your pc get into your bios and set it back to failsafe mode

Posted on Jan 05, 2007

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Yep, this board does in fact have CPU thermal protection built-in. If you have reset the BIOS to the manufactures default values and you are hear or see nothing from the PC when you start and it doesn?t work then is would seem logical that something is wrong with the processor. Just to be sure I would verify that the power supply is in fact working correctly, that all the power connectors to the motherboard are plugged in correctly and the motherboard is grounded correctly. I know you didn?t mention having messed with any of this but it won?t hurt just to make sure especially since the next step is going to probably cost you some money. It is possible that the motherboard sensor was faulty and signaled a shutdown too late to protect the processor. It is also possible that the processor, even though rated at a higher operating temperature failed at something lower. It?s rare but it does happen enough to that the military requires its manufacturers use mil-spec components that have to pass a rigorous operating temperature cycling test. After verifying the basics I would look to the processor or perhaps a close-by component on the motherboard as the source of your problem.

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Most motherboards nowadays have a thermal shut down it should have shut itself down when it got to hot let it sit for a while see what happens it may reset itself.

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If it's a decent board it would shut down your pc before frying the processor. Can you give any more clues eg. beeps if any, is it a new board that came with the processor, is your memory working, try one stick at a time if you have two,is this type of processor needing a seperate power supply connected from your PSU to the motherboard(come across that one before!) other than just motherboard powered.

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When i did that before i had to push the reset button.. it would then reboot with the new settings. i found this annoying because u had to do it everytime if i used any overclocking

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The cmos jumper to look for is called JBAT1, it will be positioned on pins 1-2, so move to pins 3-4, then back to 1-2 and hopefully your processor would have shut itself off before overheating. Re-boot pc and re-set bios time etc.

Posted on Dec 07, 2006

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    Sorry I meant to say the jumper will be on pins 1-2, put it on pins 2-3 (not 3-4), there are'nt 4 pins, then back on pins 1-2

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I have 3 of the same boards laying around and have had the same problem.Luckily i have extra video cards too. I had to go into the BIOS and "enable" the video chip on the board. If it isnt enabled the board bypasses the chip and sends the signal to the PCI slots. Hope it helps,im not a computer pro but have a little bit of knowledge with this board.

Posted on Dec 07, 2006

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