Question about Intel Desktop Board D850EMV2 Motherboard
Was a working PC until Windows XP Perpetual boot and would not turn off, so I unpluged it. Now when I plug it in, it comes on immediatly without power button. I removed all cards (AGP, SCSI, Sound, & Memory) with no change.
Reset the CMOS to defaults. Since it is not actually booting properly you will have to jumper it. Hopefully you have the manual and you need to look at the layout and find what jumpers need to be shorted to reset
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CHANGE THE POWER SUPPLAY.. BUT FIRTH..
1-UNPLUG HD AND TEST WITH FLOPPY OR CD BOOT DISK
2-UNPLUG YOUR MEDIA ROOM LIKE CD OR DVD AND TEST ONLY WITH FLOPPY BOOT DISK
3-UNPLUG VIDEO CARD AND ALL CARD ON YOUR MOTHERBOARD.. TEST ONLY WITH THE FLOPPY DISK AND ONBOARD VGA.. OR GOOD TESTED VGA CARD.
EXCUSE MY BAD ENGLISH.
Oct 14, 2007 | AOpen AX45-V (91.88I10.004) Motherboard
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