Hi, I have this motherboard in my computer but the monitor shows no picture. first I thought it was the graphic-card that´s damaged but I found out it wasn´t as I fixed it into another computer. so it must be the motherboard itself I guess. how can I find out the exact problem?
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suspect you may need to disable the motherboard built in graphics card and tell it to use PCI graphics adapter otherwise an interrupt conflict in CPU and possible conflict as both devices compete for same computer resources.
hi, see if you have installed any new devices/hardware to see if its conflicting, often grafics cards conflict usb devices, also just check that in the setup(when you boot up)that the usb ports have not been disabled or usb keyboard support hasn't been enabled/disabled. good luck!!
Hi I had the same problem. Mine was because of the mainboard capacitors. I quote some part of my post and ones of Tom. "Nearly one month ago my computer started to
reboot again and again. When it came up , after 10 minutes of operation it
showed a blue screen showing the progress of dumping RAM or something. Now it
does not boot at all. It just turns on and the green light is on , but nothing
appears on the monitor. Also there is no drive activity. Just fans work! I
think the motherboard is burnt. Any other possibility?" "Gr8MP, look at your board closely. Are any of the caps. leaking or tops popped up?