Im the guy with the sound jumper problem. thank you for your help thus far. i have the mobo pulled out now. is this problem something i should wait for a answer or should i put it back together without sound. i was shocked how quickly you answered my question earlier and im not sure if the info you need to solve this problem is easy to find or not.
should i keep waiting or search for another solution?
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Is Cpu installed correctly ? easy to bend pins on X2's...
using a flat screwdriver make a connection between 2 pins on PWR only, disconnect everything else exept Mobo to do this just to see if you get boot to Bios, alter jumpers as you go
First, what is the computer Make and Model? You didn't supply the original Memory or the new Memory? DDR? DDR2? DDR3? ETC.? PC- ? MHz? Pin-? You bought 2x2GB's of WHAT? Does your Computer have Shared Graphics Memory?
*********** board sounds like the same as a Fujitsu board. D1115 the user manual can be found at diplodocs It shows the jumper settings and board layout for a Fujitsu motherboard. I hope this helps. Have a great day
not as far as im aware try removing the 24pin connector from mobo and replacing it then reset the bios jumper by jumping it from norm to reset then turn on pc for a second turn pc off and jump it back power up pc and this should fix issue
I have this type of computer (just sitting around , not for my main computer) and I had a smilar problem. I took it to a guy I know (who owns a computer repiar shop) an he said the motherboards on this model go haywire about four years after initial power-up. On mine, it caused the power supply to blow-up (literally) and blew out most components. (Floppy drive, Sound card, USB ports, Keyboar/mouse plugs)
I really don't know if What he said is true, but I replaced the powersupply, and now it works fine.
this sounds like a mobo issue .... if the machine has been in service for a while or is in a dusty environment a good internal vacume / brushing to remove dust buildup from the mobo might help.... also disconnect and reconnect the main powwer connectors from the mobo... the power button on the case is simply a contact which jumpers the two pins on the mobo... the actual power switching takes place withing the power circuits built into the mobo... you may also try a mobo driver update if it is available