Question about ASUS P4V8X-MX Motherboard
This solution may be a bit late, but it sounds like the motherboard is bad. This might also be the symptom of a power supply that can't supply enough power, though. If you have access to another supply for testing, plug in the main (20/24 pin connector) and CPU (4-pin) cables. Install one stick of RAM, the processor and fan, and try it out. If the system starts, you know then it's the power supply. If not, you've proven the mainboard is at fault.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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