Question about Foxconn FC-G31MXP-K Motherboard
I have a Foxcoon FC-G31MXP motherboard that I switched cases for recently since my old case was too small for a PCI card that I need to install. However, the computer just won't boot anymore. No power whatsoever infact - no LEDs, no fan spinning. I am using the following components: CoolerMaster TC101 Case w/ TM500-PSSR-F1 500W PSU Seagate Barracuda 1 TB 7200 RPM SATA HDD IDE CD/DVD Drive Crucial CT12864AA667.M8FE 1 GB 240 PIN DIMM (just 1 stick) I've tried clearing CMOS and replacing the CMOS battery, but no success there. Any solution would be highly appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just reset ur bios settings on ur board by jumper settings or by remove the cmos battery once and once again place it in its position . start ur computer and in bios just reset all the bios settings then restart the computer
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
try to check the power supply with suitable voltage....the important is the 4pin..it must connect or else the system will work but no display..in your case,i think the problem only is the voltage supply goes to the board...check my advice maybe it can help..
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
SOURCE: Sound cable connection
Look more closely at your motherboard, for a 4-pin "PC Speaker" label.
The "HD Audio" is _OUTPUT_ (left front, sub-woofer, right front, left back, right back) to Surround Sound speakers.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
A friend of mine used to build computers for his boss. I stopped by to see him one day, and he had problem getting one booted up- he'd swapped out everything, as it unfurled, except the power supply. I asked him if he had another one, and when he swapped it out the computer booted and ran perfect. Other than checking all your connections, I guess the video board could be suspect. Here's a blog about this exact problem:
In a similar problem, the board turned out to be faulty:
Good luck, and hope this helps you.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
You need the manual which you can get here for your board, and download it at the bottom of the page, once you have the manual, then you should see the connections. The other way to tell is to look closely on the board, it might say which goes where right by the connection on the board, and then the wires should say on them what they are, and you can put them where the board says, if you have that on your board.
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
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