Question about ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard
The power supply is brand new so that can't be the problem. (The processor, harddrive, and ram are also okay, that much I know).The power switch itself works because I tested it on another computer and there was no problem at all. When I connect the power cable to the pc, the light on the motherboard goes on, so there is power running somewhere, but the switch doesn't trigger the process which makes everything start up... I am a total newbie when it comes to hardware modifications etc so I am clueless here. PLEASE help!!
Here is a pic look at the right top right side there is a 4 pin power plug and make sure that you have the cpu fan wires to the cpu plugin it says cpufan on board ok http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P5PEVM/
Posted on May 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It could be a memory card too. I would start by pulling the memory cards and see what happens.
Is there a connection on the motherboard for your hard drive?
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
SOURCE: ASUS Asus P5QC Motherboard
Do the same as you did, only this time remove all plug in boards and if there is anything connected to the mother board such as extra fans, speakers, and so on, remove all.
The board will detect any shorts, or overloads or problems in cards and so on , and will not turn on.
If it still will not work, check your memory sticks.
Remove all memory and place one at a time in the first slot, and then proceed to turn on and test.
By elimination, you can find the problem.
If all fails, then something may be wrong with the mother board.
take care, hope this will help,
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
Hi! Good Day, your ASUS motherboard don't have problem it's just that you have to make your CMOS jumper back to the original settings, it's near in the battery terminal. You will see a label on the board saying Close and ClearCMOS, put the jumper in close position then turn on your computer, thats it Good luck
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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