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Re: integrated graphic controller in p4msd-800
Hi a_car, I understand your trouble. Mach Speed shows little information about the bios settings. The fastest way to get the bios to load the onboard graphics would be to clear the cmos jumper. This is shown on page 12. JCMOS1: Clear CMOS Header. Do not forget to set the jumper back to normal. If this fails to load the onboard graphics card I'll try & guide you from memory. Enter the bios. Go to the title Advanced. Within advanced menu look for, advanced chipset features & integrated peripherals. One or both should list the settings you want to change too. When using the onboard graphics card, you will also need to set the total amount of system memory you want the graphics to use.
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more than likely compatible the only difference being the serial no and CPU central processing unit ask whether its a 64 bit or a 32 bit
Varies by specifications
Processor / Speed
AMD Turion X2 Ultra dual-core mobile technology ZM-80/ZM-82/ZM-84/ZM-86/ZM-88 (2 MB L2 cache, 2.10/2.20/2.30/2.40/2.50 GHz, DDR2 800 MHz, 35 W), supporting AMD HyperTransport 3.0 technology, or AMD Turion X2 dual-core mobile technology RM-70/RM-72/RM-74 (1 MB L2 cache, 2/2.10/2.20 GHz, DDR2 800 MHz, 35 W), supporting AMD HyperTransport 3.0 technology, or AMD Athlon X2 dual-core processor QL-60/QL-62/QL-64 (1 MB L2 cache, 1.90/2/2.10 GHz, DDR2 667 MHz, 35 W), supporting AMD HyperTransport 3.0 technology.
Firstly, what (if anything) did you change in terms of hardware or software recently? If you have can you tell me what it was and how you did it. Have you tried overclocking it?
You should be able to fix this simply by restoring your default BIOS settings. If this fails, then let me know and i will get back to you If the above doesn't work, try updating your BIOS to the newest available. If you give me your motherboard manufacturer and model i can find a suitable BIOS upgrade for you.
If still no hope then the problem may be with your CMOS battery. So, try leaving your computer on for some time and put the battery back and try. Also check the battery if it is dead replace it with new one same type. If these do not work the problem may even be with your system fan.
You won't be able to replace the on-board video without a fair bit of firmware hackery that is probably beyond 99% of the people on here including myself. Besides why would you want to cause yourself pain? Intel integrated graphics are by far the worse integrated graphics you can possibly have in a computer. Many many geeks will confirm this. Invest in a "gamer" laptop with dedicated graphics or a PC desktop if you are looking to do any graphic intensive applications. Integrated graphics don't even compare to even the wimpiest discrete graphics cards.
Remove the little watch type battery from the mother board check the voltage with a meter should be about 3.5 volts. Then replace the battery on the mother board. This battery holds memory within the Bio chips on the mother board, if there was a problem that it sensed for turn on it will be in the Bio's memory, and maybe not allowing the computer to turn on, by removing the battery for a few minutes, the Bio's forget they had a problem, if you will. and the computer might turn on.
If you have all the voltages to the mother board from the power supply, it should turn on.
unless there is some reset circuit interfearing with it turning on. Or you might have a blown fuse on the mother board, I would check everything I could, and try everything I could, and if you still cannot get it to turn on take it to a computer shop and spend a few bucks for them to fix it.
Specifications CPU • Supports Intel® P4 Northwood/Prescott/P4 Extreme Edition processors.(PCB v1.1 only) • FSB 400(Northwood only)/533/800MHz • Supports up 3.2GHz and higher speed Memory Speed/CPU FSB Support Matrix Memory Speed/CPU FSB
NO • Intel® 865G Chipset - Supports 800/533/400MHz Intel NetBurst micro-architecture bus. - Integrated graphic controller. - Supports PC2100/PC2700 /PC3200 memory. - Supports AGP 8X/4X at 0.8V (AGP 3.0) or 4X at 1.5V (not support 3.3V) interface. • Intel® ICH5 Chipset - AC'97 2.3 interface - 8 USB 2.0/1.1 ports - 2 channel Ultra ATA/100 Bus Master IDE controller - SMBus 2.0 support - 2 serial ATA Host Controllers - Integrated LAN controller • Support 100(Northwood only)/133/200MHz • Support 400(Northwood only)/533/800MHz Intel NetBurst micro-architecture bus. • Supports two 64-bit wide DDR data channels. • Available bandwidth up to 3.2GB/s(DDR 400) for single-channel mode and 6.4GB/s(DDR 400) for dual-channel mode. • Supports four unbuffered DIMM of 2.5 Volt DDR SDRAM. • Supports up to 4GB memory size without ECC. • One AGP slot supports 8x/4x at 0.8V (AGP 3.0) or 4x at 1.5V (3.3V is not supported). • Three PCI 2.2 32-bit Master PCI Bus slots. - Supports 3.3v/5v PCI bus Interface. • One CNR slot • Dual Ultra DMA 66/100 IDE controllers integrated in ICH5 - Supports PIO, Bus Master operation modes. - Can connect up to four Ultra ATA drives. • Serial ATA/150 controller integrated in ICH5 - Up to 150MB/sec transfer speeds. - Can connect up to two Serial ATA drives. • AC'97 link controller integrated in ICH5 • 6 channels software audio codec C-Media 9739A - Compliance with AC97 v2.2 Spec. - Meet PC2001 audio performance requirement. - Can support SPDIF Out via 3-pin SPDIF bracket only. • Intel 82562EZ - Integrated 10/100 Ethernet MAC and PHY in one chip - Supports 10Mb/s and 100Mb/s auto-negotiation operation - Compliant with PCI v2.2, and LAN on Motherboard (LOM) standard
just refer to your motherboard manual which is given to you at the time of purchase of the motherboard.. it will be clearly given with the pin numbers to connect the front panel or back panel audio ....
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