Once the pc is powered on I don't hear any beeps. All fans inside the pc are running. I have attempted to get a video signal from on board video connector and also pci video card without luck. I have disconnected power to hard drive and also remove memory at this time and I do get (3) beeps from my motherboard but still no video. I have attempted to remove remove and reinsert cmos battery and reconnected everything afterward still without any luck.
Just downlad the 2007 BIOS version iso. Burn it to CD and let this process update the BIOS. If your board does not display video, remove all componet (Hard Disk, CD-DVD, external sound card, PCI Express card) and use the integraded video card. Also move the jumpers to reset the BIOS and turn on the PC.
If the PC doesn't diplay video don't worry, do it again once it turn on. The use the CD to downgrade the BIOS. Also try using the PCI Express video card o another PCI video card.
Only need the PC turn ON to upgrade the BIOS to 2007 version. Download it from Intel website.
It work perfect to me,
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Re: No Video (Intel D945gnt) from boot
I'm having the same problem with my ECS K7S5A ver 3.1. The problem is that that I reset my FSB to an unsupported frequency using a 3rd party BIOS.
Unfortunately this is not the solution you're after, yet probably the only option. To fix the problem you're going to have to contact the manufacturer of the motherboard and let them know that you need a new BIOS ROM chip. You'll have to send the board to them and they will replace the chip for you. Depending on if you're still under warranty or not there may be a fee involved.
Sorry to see it happen to someone else, it is quite devastating.
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Not sure what chip you are using, but your problem is one which I have had and solved by the most extreme heat dissipation methods possible...I even went to the extremity of packaging dry ice in Plastic and using an external fan to literally produce arctic temperatures inside the case. It did attenuate or reduce the heating problem and the Intel hardware monitors took note of that, but I also notice some degradation in the extent of the graphic presentation of the on screen diagnostic display of temperature, fan speeds, etc.
So, with your new problem, since you apparently responded to the three long beeps by adding a keyboard or other peripheral, and solved it, a full statement of that problem with all specs would be appropriate, unless you can no longer read the display.
Sounds like a power supply problem - these really are a hands-on situation to resolve successfully.
Power supplies can 'appear' to be performing right, but once a load is put on them, they can not supply enough power; they're tricky to test accurately.
ANY desent computer repair place would be able to test it in an instant - take you machine in (maybe with the covers off ready to inspect, make it easy for them) and they should have a power supply tester at the ready they can wack on and see what's going on.
If you certainly don't want to have them charge you labour for any fixing, make sure you stand your ground - some can be pushy. If it was not the power supply, tell them you will check out some other ideas you have before leaving it with them.
We'll help you as best we can - like I said, dicky power problems are usually more a hands-on solution.
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Before trying anything, try another monitor. Or try you're monitor on another system. Swap the video cable with another. (This is a must try). The reason it’s a must try is because you hear the drive run, the fan's are running & the LED's are flashing. Once you are sure both are good than reset the bios. (You typed, D845SVR as you're board). There is no such Intel MB. I think you meant to type, D845GVSR. Unplug the power cord from the PC, open you’re case & touch any bare metal on the inside of the case surface before touching the mother board. Please go to page 10 in you're manual. Make sure letter "D", the 12 V power connector is secure. Remove & re-seat it. Go to page 37 for instructions if you need a little help resetting the bios jumper. Move the jumper to pins 2 & 3 for 15 seconds. Than move back to default, pins 1 & 2. The link listed below is Intel's main web site for the MB D845SVR. http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/D845GVSR/ If you no longer have you're manual, you can download it at the link above. By resetting the bios, you are manually changing the bios to its default settings. Plug the power cord back in. Try booting the system. You should get display. If you do not, than you're onboard (Integrated graphics), is most likely bad. A work around would be to add a PCI video card. The only other option left that I can think of is, it is possible that the CPU thermal grease between the CPU & heat-sink has dried. This will & can cause you're CPU to heat up. It may have overheated the CPU. PC repair is trial & error. Cleaning & replacing the thermal grease may allow you're system to function. Here are a few PCI graphics cards you could try if you wish to buy. http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?CatId=319&name=PCI-Video-Cards Once a PCI video card has been added, the bios will use the PCI card without you needing to make a change in the bios.