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Msi-7254 motherboard CPU Fan connection - MSI Ms-7529 V1.6 Motherboard Intel Lga775

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Check the memory cards and see if there seated properly. Check your hard connections.

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SOURCE: PC WON'T POWER UP

With nothing attached to the mother board except 1 stick of RAM in the first slot the power supply and monitor attached, and then  it still turns off ; I would make sure the heat sink was clean Reseat the Cpu and try it again. Now if the same results. I would attempt to substitute a different known good power supply. If that would not work, you are down to substituting a different CPU . 

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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SOURCE: msi and axper motherboards not powering up

How are you testing these boards? Have you completely installed them into the chassis, hooked up all the wires, attached all the components, put in all the cards, processor, HDD, etc.? If not, then I don't know what you think it's going to do otherwise. These boards need to be handled as minimally as possible to make sure they do NOT receive any static charge build up to damage any sensitive components. When a mobo powers up it performs a POST (Power On Self Test) and this includes a complete check to make sure that all the components are attached. If not, it shouldn't do anything. If it can't past POST, then it won't go to the BIOS, and in modern boards, cooling fans are controlled either by the BIOS or even the OS to adjust for cooling power and fan size/sound. More than likely, if your fan is turning on initially, it's just current coarsing through the board. When you attach the 4 pin connector it's trying to power up the board completely and the fan's wont run until they're controllers tell them to.

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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SOURCE: MSI PM8M-V Motherboard cpu support

Hi There
The list of compatible processors is here:
http://global.msi.eu/index.php?v=1&func=prodcpusupport&prod_no=205&maincat_no=1&cat2_no=&cat3_no=#menu

The E5200 is a WolfDale processor and unsupported.

Many of the supported CPUs are hard to find but Newegg has one here:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116027

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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SOURCE: MSI K9N Neo

This board have some typical problems... Manufacture had used very cheep detals. So to repair this motherboard first of all you need to change transistors Q5, Q16, Q18 and micro scheme U18. If it will not help you , the last problem can be in south bridge, that you need to reball.
Sorry for bad English
Russia send you regards )))

Posted on Jun 04, 2010

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Hello hare is the homepage:

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click on this link for the ambulance like sound beep description:
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