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There is power on board but no boot up...it looks like dead

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IF THE BOARD HAS POWER BUT WILL NOT BOOT YOU HAVE A REAL PROBLEM. PROSSESSOR COULD BE BAD OR YOU COULD HAVE FRIED THE CHIPSET ON THE BOARD TRY TESTING THE CPU ON A DIFFERENT BOARD IF YOU GET THE SAME RESPONSE THE CPU IS BAD BUT IF THAT BOARD BOOTS WITH THAT CPU YOUR CHIPSET IS BAD

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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1 long beep and then 3 short beeps


Hello here is the homepage:

http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=P5KPL-AM%20SE&p=1&s=22


Here is a list of beep codes:

http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm

It seems to be a graphic card problem, or the power supply not giveing enoug power.

Try to change the graphic card.

If you are useing the onboard graphic, look for bad caps on the mainboard:


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If they look like this, the mainboard is dead.

Good luck

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Reflash Via EPIA-M 1000g BIOS when board is dead


I'm writing this in the hope that others like me can resolv their problem with the dead EPIA-M mainboard.The symptoms where.. on power-up .. it would make 2 high pich beeps followed by 2 low pich beeps..turned out that is the error code for dead BIOS.
OK so u have a dead bios and a mobo that won't boot for various reasons.. from flashing a wrong or corrupted bios or else.
Apart from the other ways to go around the problem like buying a new chip already flashed or flash the chip with a dedicated flasher u can follow on this simple guide.
You should at least have some experience in DIY in computers .
1. Find a mobo of an old  pc that uses the same socket for the bios chip.if it uses award bios even better.I used a biostar p4m800-m7a mobo to do this.
No need for it to have a hdd or something special attached to it.. power source and cd or dvd/rom will do.
2. Try to see if it boots, if all ok..
3. Get you hands on the Hiren's boot cd..burn it and boot from cd..it has in the Dos program list... in the next page BIOS/CMOS UTILITIES. Select uniflash 1.4.. i did it with the 1.4 on the hiren's boot cd 10.1 maybe if they update it it will work also.It will tell you the name of the bios chip and some details..make a backup of original chip just in case.
4.On other pc download the 109.BIN file .. the bios file known to be stable for the EPIA-M board. You can find it on some forum.. i can't remember now..I thank them by the way.Same the file on a fat32 usb key.
5.On the surogate board with uniflash started.. comes the tricky part: u have to get hold of some good tools and pull the bios chip out while it's running... don't worry, nothing will happen.
6. Pull out the dead bios chip of EPIA-M and put it in the surogate board.These steps must be done with absolute care.If you think you can't do it, wait or call a friend with more experience or get hold of the right tools
7. Now with the dead bios chip in place.. select in uniflash, rediscover bios chip.. or something like that,..can't remember well.. but you get it when you see the screen... the sst bios of the EPIA-M NOW SHOWS UP...
8. select flash bios and select the file on the root of the usb key by typing C:\109.bin.. if no hdd attached.. the key is seen as C, otherwise use letter accordingly.It flashes the bios in less that 10 seconds.. and says ok.. power off surogate mobo.. replace bios chip with original.. and enjoy now your EPIA-M mainboard again.
If you'd like to thank me or ask details..mail me at www_offspring@yahoo.com

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My motherboard is dead replaced power supply still nothing


you may got a power spike if so board bad look at the board the caps are they round or flat if rounded on top bad board

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PC with ECS P4VMM2 V5.0A motherboard won't power up after working for years. Power supply fan doesn't come on, case fan doesn't come on, PC dead. Tried replacing power supply, same result. Power supply...


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A few things to check:
Firstly, scheck that there are no blown, or bulging capacitors on the motherboard, this board had a tendency to fail due to these going.
Then, remove all non-essential peripherals and leave only one ram module in the board, try to boot, if it does boot, replace all in turn, booting each time you do so and identify the faulty component.
If it will still not boot, listen for any beeps you may get.. note them down and if there are any, repost your query.
Things to try now:
Remove the cmos battery, leave out for 30 seconds and then replace, try to reboot.
Then try removing all the ram and rebooting with no ram to see if there are any beeps. If it does beep there is the chance that there is still life in the board, if not, the board is probably dead.

Finally, remove the board and power it up on an antistatic surface, using a temporary switch to trip the motherboard pw switch ( or use a screwdriver on the two terminals briefly). If it does power up now, check the switch from the case to the motherboard for breaks or damage, replace / repair and rebuild the tower

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Keyboard and VGA port does not work,i think it's a motherboard


i think your board is dead you must wait 15 seconds to reboot your pc or you will over surge it with power my buddy did it to mine and blew up my graphics card your board might be dead but does it make a clicking sound when you try to start it or any beeps if not your board is dead you could try to clear the cmos just take out the round watch battry on the board for about 5 min and then put it back in and start it up but theree should be a jumper you can use to clear the cmos cmos is your pc's boot options you know when you hold the delete button and shows your boot options it will reset itself try that if nothing works your board is dead

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sounds like your board is not getting enough power to get everything up and running. Attempt changing the Power supply with another and try, if not, then your board probably had gone bad

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