Question about Intel DP43TF Motherboard
This started when reformatting a hard drive and installing an operating system on it (that's a separate problem that was fixed). This started once that was solved and everything was installed and loaded. Once I shut it off after that, it has not been sending a video signal to my monitor now. I thought it was hard drive, so I switched hard drives. I thought it was because of OS CD, so I took it out. I thought it was because CD/DVD-Rom drive, so I unplugged. I tried then unplugging everything for a while and replugging. I tried reseating everything and checking the connections. I tried switching monitors. I tried booting only the motherboard+video card + other essentials (no CD/DVD-drive or harddrive). I tried unseating one of my two RAM sticks. I also tried running it with just one of those sticks, then the other one. I tried the different settings for the motherboard of Normal/Configuration/Recovery. Nothing has been able to send out the video signal. Any help would be appreciated!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: New motherboard will not boot
It appears that you are aware of Motherboard jumpers.
1. Reset BIOS settings by CMOS Clear jumper ( Location of jumber is given on the sticker / manual of motherboard )
2. Try updating BIOS of your motherboard from the following link :
3. Plug only Optical Driver / Hard disk at a time and check.
4. Contact your vendor and get the motherboard replaced.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
Most likely your motherboard was DOA. Send it back for a replacement. Sounds like you've done all the troubleshooting stuff.....do double check the power supply connector...especially the P4 connector that I have occasionally forgotten to plug in...that will also cause the symptoms you describe.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
If it works fine without a driver and only faults out when you apply the driver it would suggest that the driver you are using is incorrect. You may also be trying to start out with too high a resolution on your screen try lowering it before installing the driver.
Also ensure that you DO have the CORRECT driver
if yours has L75II8 on any labels underneath then go here to get the correct drivers
Also make sure you know which bios version you have as there were at least two Major revisions of this model and you may weel need to know to get the EXACT drivers
You might also want to update the bios for your revision if you can.
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Posted on Aug 18, 2009
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1 Connect the Western Digital My Passport hard drive to the computer. Power on both.??
2 Open "Disk Utility," located in the Utilities
sub-folder of the Applications folder.??
3 Select the drive you wish to reformat. Typically, drives
appear twice; choose the furthest left.??
4 Click "Erase," and pull down the Format menu.
Choose "FAT32." Enter a hard drive name, if desired.??
5 Click "Erase." A confirmation screen will appear,
stating that all information on the drive will be lost if erased. Click
"Erase." Once completed, the erased drive will function on both
Windows and Macintosh systems.??
1 Download and install the Western Digital FAT32 Formatting
2 Connect the Western Digital My Passport hard drive to the
computer. Power on both.??
3 Open the FAT32 Formatting Utility and select the desired
external hard drive. Ensure that "Restore factory original FAT32
partition" is selected.??
4 Click "Start." A warning message will appear,
stating that all data on the drive will be destroyed. Click "OK" to
continue. Click "Yes"' to navigate through.?
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