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UX4SG-1394-2 Motherboard Please tell me, where the hell is the bios-battery on this mainboard ?

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Bios batteries don't usually have a specific place on boards. I have seen the same boards with the batteries in different locations. The best thing to look for is a nickel size silver circle. This is the battery. It can either be standing up on end or laying flat on the board. You can tell further its the battery because it looks like a large watch battery.

From the images I can find online it may be next to the IDE ports and the power port near the front of the board. Back of the board being where all the hookups are for audio and video.


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Where is bios reset

The above applies mainly to desktop machines...were you inquiring about a laptop? It will have a clock battery as well, but the "yank the battery" trick won't work on mobile hardware. It is still possible to do, just might want an experienced hand to assist, as it involves cracking into the laptop. Most laptop pc's have two tiny metal contacts on the board, usually situated near the RAM expansion slot. A flathead (non magnetic, of course) screwdriver is is usually sufficient to bridge the gap between the two metal points, effictively "shorting" BIOS's connection to the power source. That will cause the BIOS to reset back to factory defaults, restoring default or "failsafe" settings. On many machines this is the only way to remove a startup or BIOS administrative password. PLEASE SEEK ASSISTANCE with this, as it is incredibly easy to seriously damage your hardware while trying to crack into the case. You can, if needed find disassembly instructions for your make/model on the OEM manufacturer's support page... which should help if you absolutely have to do this yourself.
Good luck!

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Where is the bios reset pin on an msi pm8m3-v h motherboard

If you cannot find the reset jumper or there isnt one then remove the BIOS battery and use a paper clip the short out the battery contacts on the battery holder, then insert the BIOS battery. When you boot up then go into the BIOS setup and change the Date and Time etc.

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When i connect a pen drive to the usb port of my G31D M7 mainboard,a dialog box pops up,showing, ' This device can perform faster on connecting to a high speed usb port'. So i downloaded the usb...

If you're comfortable having a look at your BIOS screens, then have a look for an entry mentioning USB 2.0. See if it is enabled. If it isn't, enable it, save changes, and reboot.
You can usually get into BIOS by tapping the Delete key on your keyboard during bootup, but some motherboard manufacturers have different ones. Just read on the screen during boot up what button to look for.
Hope that helps.
Cheers from NZ

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Hi, my Dell latitude d600 won't start I mean it comes on and looks like it's starting up but then it says no bootable devices found.... I've checked the battery and made sure I still had the hard drive but...

You may want to check for good hard drive connection cable to see if this solve you problem.
Another essay you can do is to enter the bios (normally you should press F2 or F10 or DEL key, follow what appears on the screen during the boot) and see if it can detect the hard drive. If the bios cannot detect it most likely you are facing a hardware problem, maybe a mainboard problem.

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Hello, Is it possible to reset the BIOS without removing the battery? The battery is on the other side of the motherboard.

If you have attempted to change something in your BIOS so you cannot alter or change any settings because the computer won't boot up properly, unless you have a CMOS reset button on your motherboard the only other way if you can't get into BIOS is to remove the CMOS battery, the CMOS battery is never on the otherside of the motherboard because all the connectors are always on one side of a motherboard

the CMOS battery is a silver flat battery, much like a thing watch battery, remove this battery for 15 seconds so there is no residual power left in the motherboard and then reinsert and reboot your computer

if you can get into BIOS there should be a restore to factory defaults settings in there somewhere.

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I have an ASUS P5GLV-MX ACPI- computer. when I turn on my computer,sometimes it will boot up and sometimes it will not. it will just freeze up and sometimes it will say fan error or sometimes it will ask...

Sounds like a RAM issue, or failing motherboard.
However, first thing I'd do is boot into the bios and set the bios to "defaults" or "optimum defaults" or whatever safe-defaults option there is (might be in the last tab/menu/page where you exit or save). Sometimes we inadvertently make a change in the bios which causes issues like this, and resetting things to "stock" settings will fix this.

The CHEAPEST and first thing after that I'd do is replace that bios battery (Cr2032 as I recall).

Then I'd download and reinstall the Bios, if the problem persists.

This is often what happens when small things begin to fail on a motherboard. It could be the battery, or a small regulator circuit or diode for timing or RAM or bios functions. I've got some older machines that do this everytime I shut them off. I've replaced the bios and battery and that fixed it many times.

The troubleshooting can be too tedious, even with newer motherboards and gear. If you're set on continuing and these things don't fix it, pull EVERYTHING off the motherboard except the cpu/heatsink fan and one stick of RAM (no optical drives, no hard drives, no peripheral PCI cards). If that doesn't fix it, then change the PSU or swap it out to make sure you're not dealing with an inadequate power supply to the motherboard (faulty PSU's cause all kinds of odd problems to computers).

No luck, replace the motherboard.

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Disable onboard graphics of my PCChips M825LU motherboard?


Yes its a BIOS setting that you have to change. Usually you change from on-board to AGP settings or plug the graphics card in, take out the motherboard battery and the power cord from the back, leave it for 20 minutes and put them all back again.

This will reset the BIOS and should auto detect the AGP graphics card. You will however need to set the date and time but you can do that from Windows.


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I have a k9n4 sli motherboard with 4 places to put 2 gb strips of memory. i have 2 of them installed and working but cant get the other 2 to work what am i doing wrong?

A number of things could be happening.

Correct memory type?

The mainboard provides four 240-pin 1.8 volt non-ECC DDRII DIMMs.

DDRII modules are not interchangeable with DDR and the DDRII standard is not backwards compatible. You should always install DDRII memory modules in the DDRII DIMMs and DDR memory modules in the DDR DIMMs.
- In dual-channel mode, make sure that you install memory modules of the same type and density in different channel DDR DIMMs.

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Here's a link to a manual for your motherboard:

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Does anyone know the pin layout for the front panel connector for a EX65-II? (i.e. the UX4SG-1394-II motherboard)

Here is pinout. Pin2 key is missing pin
1 reset+
3 reset- (gnd)
5 pwr led+
7 pwr led- (gnd)
9 n/c
11 n/c
13 n/c (gnd)
15 n/c
17 n/c
19 n/c
2 key (missing pin)
4 pwr sw +
6 pwr sw -
8 hdd led+
10 hdd led-
12 n/c
14 n/c (gnd)
16 n/c
18 n/c
20 n/c (+5v)

n/c = no connection

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Integrated ethernet not recognized by XP after fresh install. Computer is a Shuttle XPC SN85G4 v3. The adapter lights up when plugged into my network. The computer previously plugged into that port on the...

Realtek 8201BL chipset is the network drivers you will need. You should be able to find this online. When you do download the drivers, be sure to download the 64 bit drivers for your systems or you will run into further problems.

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