Question about ASUS P4S533-VM (P4S533-VM/L) Motherboard

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CPu fan turns for 1 second and then stops.

I have an ASUS P4S533-VM Board. I originally had a Celeron Socket 478 1.7GHZ Cpu on the board. i wanted to change and i put in a pentium 4 3.0GHZ Socket 478. When i started up pc, all that went was the cpu fan for a second and stops. The green led on the mobo stays on all time when power is in. I tried putting the old celeron back into no avail. Removed all peripherals except ram, still no good. Tried different PSU. Cleared CMOS, changed Ram configuration, kept ram out, done all, but still no booting sequence at all. Can anyone help me please?

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  • Niall Mulrine Apr 07, 2007

    No the PSU IS compatable with P4 as it works on another machine that was p4 chip with MSI board.
    I know when i first turned the pc on, i didnt have the cpu fan connected to power. I connected it up and then turned it on and that was the only thing that has moved, apart from the green light on the board.
    Can you fry a board by putting in a bigger P4 3 ghz, where it had a 1.7 ghz celeron

  • Niall Mulrine Apr 08, 2007

    Yeah have tried old CPU in again and the board is doing the same.. How would the cpu of fried.
    Thanks for all help that has been left and thanks to anyone in advance that will leave a soultion

  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2007

    i have celeron 1.7 on my p4s533 board and i want to upgrade to pentium 3.0 what will i do? the first time that i tried seems like the processor is not compatible.. pls help me



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If all was working fine before, then, you have either not connected the cpu power cable, as is sometimes required other than being powered by the processor socket, or your power supply unit is not pentium 4 compatable and is unable to power the processor.

Posted on Apr 07, 2007

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    andrew pester Apr 08, 2007

    You have probably fried the cpu, have you tried your old cpu in it again.



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