Question about Intel Desktop Board D815EEA2 (BOX815EEAA2) Motherboard
In-built VGA of the motherboard is not working so, I placed PCI 128 MB card and started the computer it is working nicely, but computer sometimes hangs and color mode is disordered.... so I went to BIOS to test whether card is working or not... but by Mistaken on Video Configuration option, I specified AGP, previously there was PCI. when I saved BIOS and ran the computer the display has gone no signal on monitor... How can I again re-store PCI option on Video Configuration on BIOS... Please help me...
Leave the connection to graphics card in, and take the left side panel off the pc and on the motherboard, you will see either a terminal marked CLRCMOS,JBAT1, CLRRTC, RTC, this is the cmos clearing jumper to revert back to default and the need to reset the time and date. If it's JBAT1 3 pin terminal, the cap will need to be taken off pins 1-2 and put across pins 2-3 then back to pins 1-2. If it is one of the others and only a 2 pin terminal, use a jumper cap like the one on the back of your hard disk and cdrom drive and put it over the 2 pins. start up pc and you should get the screen a beep and it will say press f2 for cmos setup, correct the date and time and the bios should be reset to vga, so change to pci again.
Posted on Apr 18, 2007
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