Question about ASUS M2N68-AM SE2 Motherboard
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Does there come any beeps ??
The mainboard has a green led does that lid green or red ??
And the power supply to the board
did you connect the cable right ??
You can not connect the 24 pin cable wrong.
But you can connect the cable for the power supply 12+ wrong.
The pci-e cable sometimes fit in the socket.This is for a external
graphic card for extra power.
If you have connected this wrong the mainboard will not boot.
Please check all the cable is set correctly assisted by the manual.
If no luck the mainboard just died.
Posted on Nov 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: p4v8x-x bios dont boot
your problem is in video card, try to remove and clean the connectors (bronze color) with an eraser. then re-install, if the problem still occurs try to hear beep (warning sound). we have different sound for the installed hardwares such as the memory card, video card and the boot sound. if you have installed an expansion video card remove this and use your on board video card to determine if the video card you installed is defective. and if you are using the on board video card install a new video card
Posted on Oct 22, 2007
SOURCE: ASUS Crosshair won't boot
some motherboard have 2 power supply plugs 1 for board 1 for cpu check and see if yours is like this 1 is a wide one with about 15/20 pins in the other is asmall square one with 4 pins
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
The light is probably the power light which is ok, but from past experience it sounds like the board is dead for one reason or other. Is it still under warranty? If it is take it back to where you got it, with the purchase docket if you have it and talk to them about what you have tested and ask for a replacement. If it is out of warranty, try ebay or use www.staticice.com.au to search for the same motherboard if you want to rebuild the system without having to reload windows.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
First are you sure it is the CPU fan and not the Power Supply fan? Open up the case and make sure the power supply cable is snug into the slot. Make sure that Pin 1 is lined up with Pin 1 on the motherboard. There should be a notch or red dot or different looking Pin to show you where pin 1 is...sounds like it may be a connection problem from power supply to motherboard...try that and let me know what happens we have other options but have to start somewhere..
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
From the description of the problem, it seems that either the power switch of your PC or the power supply cable is faulty. Also, please let us know if the motherboard LED is glowing or not. Do reply for more assistance.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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