Question about ASUS P4P800-MX Motherboard
Had a power outage, now when I try to boot my Nspire with P4P800-MX motherboard, screen in full of red & grey "Matrix" type of characters on screen. Tried installing PCI VGA card, but nothing comes up on that at all. Not sure if PCI was even enabled in bios. PLEASE to dont tell me to disable on-board video in BIOS, cant even GET to BIOS. At a loss of what to try next. Thought there might be a jumper to disable on-board video, but cant find and info in documentation.
Hello try to download the manual here:
Please select your windows system.
Next open the manual folder, and click on global for download.
You will need adobe reader, to read the content.
The problem could be the power supply failing, or bad capasitors on the mainboard:
If the problem did not occur before the power outrage, i suspect the power supply failing.
If you change the power supply, take antistatic precautions when working on the mainboard.
Posted on Jan 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the driver status of your sound , in the device manager, if its not installed , then install the drivers or if your sound is not detecting then
go to the BIOS and load optimized bios default settings then check
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
To solve this problem you have to do the following things in the series.
first remove all the extra cards and then connect to the onboard vga connector. then start the sys and go to bios settings. if you know the advanced adjustments then
correct them as follows. otherwise just select load optimized settings.
first go to the video card selection in advanced
and then set the setting to pci/pciinternal or pciint/pci ext
then set the pallette snooping to yes.
place graphics card and then donot change any setting. then you'll get the display.
i have the same motherboard and i also faced this once. it is not a problem it is just misconfiguration.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
SOURCE: pci express will not work
U WIL HAVE TO CHANGE THE JUMPER SETTINGS ON THE MOTHERBOARS...I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM..REFER TO YOUR USER GUIDE...IT HAS GOT DETAILED INFORMARTION
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
Internal video and AGP / PCI Express video cards use the same "pipeline" so you can only use one or the other, not both.
If you need additional video ports, you HAVE to get additional cards / a video card with multiple video ports.
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
SOURCE: asus p4p800-se. press power and
Weird problem here.By taking out the cmos battery your reseting the mobo bios back to factory settings.
How is the processor? Heat possible problem.I say this beacause you say you wait 24 hours.
Unplug pc.Remove processor heat sink and fan,take note of thermal paste between heat sink and top of processor,you may need to wipe paste clean with a paper towell and repaste,do not put alot on.Also check fan and heat sink fins for dirt dust,clean if nessasary.
Here is a link for your manual.
Next remove and reset the memory sticks be sure they are in firm and tight.
Once this is done try rebooting the pc.Hold down the del key while booting up and see if you can get into the bios once there refer back to the above manual link and set up your bios.
Here is another trouble shooting link from asus,relates to your problem,have a look.
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
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