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No display when i give power to the motherboard motherboard start functioning but there is no sound of display and no display on lcd . enven at the analyser card there is showing voltage ,clock but no frequency is there plz help this problem due to bios if u have the software to repair BIOS through pendrive or any drive plz help me most board are of INTEL DESKTOP BOARD D865GSA. Thank you

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  • Anonymous Jan 11, 2009

    when i give power to the motherboard motherboard start functioning butthere is no sound of display and no display on lcd . enven at theanalyser card there is showing voltage ,clock but no frequency is thereplz help this problem due to bios if u have the software to repair BIOSthrough pendrive or any drive plz help me most board are of INTELDESKTOP BOARD D865GSA. Thank you
    the fun continuos runs at it speed .it does not stop. until i put the power off.

  • bingi Jan 12, 2009

    dear sir,
    I have intel DG31PR motherboard. It is working properly, but some times when i tries to switch on the computer it is giving 3 beeps and display is not working.
    I tries to solve this problem, when i remove the cmos battery from motherboard it is working properly. after that i place the battery on board.
    iam facing this problem since 3 months.
    please tell me what the problem it has? and how to rectify it.
    thanking you.

  • Louis Stanly
    Louis Stanly May 11, 2010

    How long does the CPU fan run, does it stop. or does it make any kind of beep sound??


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Reply to problem reported on Jan12, 2009
Cheak your RAM slot or right BUs Speed, cheak supply Voltage , if missing change supplyMOSFET.
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Cheak for supply voltage for clock generatob IC, Cheak X-Tal 14.318 Nmz, Cheak Free clock signal out at the clock generator CPU Clock out pin, Cheak continuty between clock generator CPU clock out to CPU free clock pin at the CPU Socket.

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It may be the problem of your monitor.check it

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My motherboard G31M3-F V2 doesn't power on nothing powers on enven the fans but the power supply seems fine what could be the problem

Best thing I can recommend is check your connections. Are all the power supply connectors plugged in? Your P1 connector, your 4-pin (or 6/8-pin) connector for your CPU?

Can you bypass the switch on your case and jump the power button pins on your motherboard to get it to power up?

Grounding could also be an issue.

What about your graphics card? Has it got the power it needs? Try the onboard or booting without it.

Hope this helps!

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I also need Your OS.

making yourself nuts, test the monitor on another PC or laptop. If you use a laptop to test the monitor and it doesn't automatically detect an external monitor when booting, use the "F" function keys along the top of the keyboard to tell the laptop to shift to the external display. Remember that we are testing just to see if the monitor is live, it doesn't matter if the screen settings are wrong and the display looks funny. If it doesn't work on a known good computer, the problem is with the monitor, not your PC. If a faint image is detectable on an LCD screen, the problem is with the backlight or the inverter that powers the backlight. A loud buzz coming from an LCD monitor is most likely the inverter circuit failing, though it can go on getting louder for years before it pops.

Assuming the system power comes up, does the monitor power come on? Monitors have a status LED on the front bezel that should show green, orange, or blinking if the monitor is powered on. You can also hear older monitors power on with a gentle sound, though I can't describe it beyond saying it's the sound of a CRT tube warming up. Make sure the monitor is plugged into a good outlet by testing the outlet with a lamp or any other device that will prove beyond a doubt that the outlet is good. Make sure that the power cord is either permanently attached at the monitor end or that it is seated fully in the socket, since partial cord insertion is the most common failure for monitors with detachable cords.
LCD displays don't make any sound when you turn them on, but they don't always have a simple power cord, either. Some LCD monitors are powered by an external transformer, which in turn is powered from a regular AC outlet. If the LCD display doesn't show any signs of life, make sure that the cords into and out of the transformer are fully seated. Some transformers are equipped with a status LED to show when they are operating, though you can also check for live output with a DC voltmeter. The power connection to the LCD display is often awkward to inspect, recessed into the back of the display. The important thing is to make sure it is started correctly, then seat it all the way.
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Hello Arua

I would suggest you get your hands on a 4 digit post card to diagnose the problem

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