I have ibm (82845) system. first time when i switch on the cpu, the power LED is glowing ON but on display. i need to press the power switch untill the power LED is OFF. once i press the power switch
the led automatically goes OFF within 5 sec. third time i need to press the power switch , then only the system gets ON.
the same problem is in more than 30 nos of systems.
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Replacing the bios battery was the correct thing to do. Answer me this. The Asus motherboard should have a green LED light lit (Standby power LED), when the system is turned off. Also keep the power cord for the power supply connected at all times. Though it is possible the replacment bios battery was all ready low on voltage or dead. When you're system is turned off the power supply continues to send 5volt DC to the motherboard which maintains the bios 3volt DC.
If the green LED is not lit than there is no power charging the bios battery and every time you boot the system the bios will have lost its settings. If the green LED is red in color, than the problem is within the standby switch built into the motherboard. The standby circuit can not be repaired. Double check all power connectors from the power supply to the motherboard. If everything has a good connection and you're bios settings continue to reset you should consider replacing the motherboard. At this point you have nothing to loose. Install the latest bios update,
(Beta Version 1010.005). 2006/02/14 update. http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=d2Gi3Hr6quXOk51C&content=download
There are No display in your system .Pls remove Power cable from CPU and again plug it and start your system.If display still not comes then pls remove RAM chip from slot in the Motherboard and re-install goods one and check it.if still display not come then issue with Motherboard .Its detter call vendor for repair the Motherboard.
You need to reset bios. Open cpu cabinet and pull cmos cell from motherbord chipset for 15 minutes then all settings are factory defaults. Aslo you can reset settings with jumper settings . Refix your RAM memory. Refix processor. Reattch ATX power supply to motherbord. Thanks for using fixya. Please rate solution if it helps.
Well depending on your bios version, it could be an array of things.
First try removing the video card and re-seating it.
Then re-seat the RAM.
If the problem persists re-seat the CPU.
Let us know the exact model of your motherboard so we can better troubleshoot your problem.
When you turn on your computer the system does a POST (Power On Self Test). If the POST sees an eror it will tell the BIOS (Basic Input Output System) and the BIOS will beep a code or display a code that indicated the problem.
Different motherboards contain different BIOS versions. BIOSes use different beep codes for problems depending on the manufacturer.
Dear user, this problem can be coused by many things. 1, The memory you have installed is not compatible with your system. 2, Power supply failure. 3, Contact issue between the socket and the module.
Take a brush and clean the sockets. Power on your computer without the memory modules, if you hear beep it could be a health signal :D. Power off the system. Clean your memory module pins with alachol or other cleaner liquid. Wail till it dry, inster it back to the socket and move a little ud and down to catch ancontact.
Power on and now shold be work fine.
If this ain't works. Try other brand of memory, kingmax or kingston. They usually shipps with 99 of good modules from 100.
are you using socket 478 motherboard or socket lg775 motherboard? if lg775 mobo you using try to remove the cpu heat sink and put it back again make you put correctly lock it perfectly and try to switch it on
Clear the CMOS (Unplug the power cord, remove the battery, and (if it's an option) move the jumper J1 (it has three pins, the jumper covers two, move it to cover the other one), unplug everything external from the motherboard apart from the PSU and power switch and speaker, replace battery, powercord, and jp1, power up - what happens?