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Boot problem the memory are in good condition even the video card

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It is important to install the original drivers form the cd or form the website of the motherboard.

But i think you were trying to say that the os is not booting.
Check the following:

All IDE drivers on each cabels are jumpered correctly.
ex: harddisk is master and optical drive is slave.
If they are both master or slave it could do some IO conflict.
Your hard drive (that you are about to install the operatning sytem on) does not contain bad sectors.
If this occours you can see blue screens too.

check that the processor's fan holder isn't damaged , the problem can be coused by an incorrectly installed fan on the socket, usually done by overheating.

Hope this helps.
Oh and don't forget:
This motherboard only supports Celeron processors form 400 mhz and Pentium 4 from 533 mhz, it means Celeron D and pentium D can not be used.

Maximum installable memory with correct operation : 1gb do not mix the ram ferqencies. so don't use 266mhz ram with 400 mhz and so aon...

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X6dh8-g2+ no video continous beep

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Try to boot with only one stick of ram at the time, to find the failing ram module.

This is usually caused by a problem with the system memory, or possibly the video card. The memory is more likely--the system complains long and loud sound, if it can't find any usable memory, as there is no way to even start the boot process when this is the case. The motherboard itself could also be the problem.

The mainboard is useing Up to 16GB DDR2 RAM.

Try not to buy cheap ram, they are always failing.

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No power keeps beeping i already replace my RAM but not work

The meory could still be defective even though you replaced it. Make sure it is snug in the socket.
The memory you replaced, do you know if it was in good working condition? If your getting beeps, the video card could be defective and needs replacing, or even the cpu could be bad, unlikely but possible. Make sure all of the expansion cards, if any, are snug. I hope this helped. Good luck and have a fantastic day.

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When i select the power switch to memory to use the memory card it says format error, i used the memory card using the reader it reads the card, wht is the solution,

If the memory card came with the camera, I would suggest checking the little metal sensors on the memory card to be sure they are flat and in good condition.

Also, be sure the memory card is being installed correctly. Some of them go in (what I would call) sideways, and some up-side-down. If the memory card does not go into the slot easily, then try another way.

If you purchased the card separate from the camera, check to be sure it is the correct one. There are so many different options when buying memory cards. Even when they seem to look just alike, some are specific to certain cameras or types of quality and types of media you want to record on them. This determines the memory card formatting, and not all formats go with every camera. (I found that out the hard way.)

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first check the video card ..if you have apart and not the on board one ...take it out and plug it back in ....ti be sue it is not that ..
if it just not booting up ..and just make a click noise like it is in a loop ...remove the bios battery and plug it back in after a few seconds..about 10 seconds it enough ..this will reset and make it read the devices again ....
if after that still do not boot at all...I mean you can not see nothing even if it makes noise from tha fans..its the ram memory ...borrow one that fits ...just take a look on the side it is written what kinda slot yo have ddr or ddr2..I believe its ddr.on 400 ..just get one from somewhere even a small one just to see that this is the problem ...after that if it boots with the new on e...( dont forget to remove again the battery after poluging the new ram memory to force reading it ..) just ..bu a suitable and convenient memory unit ...
another thing that you may try to remove the vieo card ..and plug the one on board if it has...this way yo will be able to see if it is the video card to blame has to work ...cause if it is anything else beside ram memory or video car still boots to bios at least ...except the case the motherboard is deat ...Good luck !

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Won't boot and doesn't even get to BIOS

You definitely have a hardware issue so you need to go through a process of elimination to figure out what it is.

1) try another video card (if you are using a video card)
2) try your on-board video (if you have it)
3) take a look at your motherboard to see if any capacitors look bulged
4) try another power supply (although the computer is getting power, it might not be getting "good" power)

Usually if it is the memory you will at least get a beep. This sounds like it is probably your mobo if it isn't your video card.

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Always perform all maintainance on motherboard with power unplugged and avoid to touch contacts and circuits with your finger.
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Sounds like Bad Memory chips try just using one chip. even though youve replaced the video card. so im guessing memory could be bad, at least one of them.

try not reseating them but just using one at a time in the slots

also yeah reseating the CPU can help too, an over heating CPU will still boot up, but not advisable. make sure heatsink is present and fans are working. thermal grease is good too on cpu.

but check memory if you have mixed memory like 128mb and 512mb chips try smaller one first if it works then try the higher one.

but sounds like a memory problem, they can go bad almost instantly.


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Hi m_o_redz,
If you are using the on-board (integrated video), S3 Graphics Chrome9 HC Integrated Graphics core. Than check you're video cable, video cable connection. Try another monitor. If all check out ok than the MSI integrated video is defective. Suggest you install a PCI-E video card.
If you are using a PCI-E card, try removing it. Clean the copper contacts using a cotton swab & alcohol. (Let it dry) Than reseat the PCI-E card.
Try booting again.

Good Luck!


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Thanks for you assistance guys. I neglected to mention that the new video card came with a new memory module that I installed soon after I installed the video card. Unfortunately, the memory module wasn't seated properly and created a short circuit. I removed the memory chip and now my computer works fine.

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