Help!! my server with asus nrl-ls mobo powered down after a std ms windows update process and when i tried to restart the system by pressing the power button, there was no life in the system at all.
the only sign of life was the green led showing power to the mobo and the network activity lights.
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The NRL_LS has a connector for a microswitch on the case, to detect if the case is opened. Look for jumper J2, between the battery and the bios chip, at one end of a long connector CON1. There should be 2 adjacent bare pins at one end of J2. Place a jumper block on them, and the system should start normally.
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.
Don't see a Server2003 Driver Set on the ASUS Web Site. You can use the XP Drivers. Goto: usa.asus.com/support/downloads find your motherboard. To start look under the 775 Socket... they ask that first then locate P5KPL-AM/PS.
Once installed... MS update will correct or update the Drivers.
Run all of the MS updates after you install all drivers...even external drives. Then load your add-on software last... AntiVirus, etc...
have you checked the power supply to make sure it is turned on, if so then proceed to the power cable and make sure it is plugged in to the back of the computer and the wall socket, if everthing checks out there take the side panel off of your computer and check to see if there are any little lights on the mobo if so then you know the mobo has power if it functioning properly the next step would be to replace the mobo with a new motherboard.
Did you try to unplug all AC Power; remove internal surface battery; and then jumper the 'reset' pins from 1-2 to 2-3 ?
Leave in this state for about 5 minutes- then replace battery; re-jumper back to pins 1-2- replace AC power cord.
Sometimes wiping out the BIOS setup information and restarting/re-setting it up will do the trick!