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No respose I installed a AK77-8XN motherboard, it is a replacement for a M7NCD Pro board that went bad. I am having problems with the new board. The CDROM will not open, and the led lights that indicate activity stay on instead of going off. The front panel connector hooks up differently, and I am wondering if this may be part of the problem. Can you help me?

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  • rocsmak46 Jan 30, 2009

    If the PSU wouldn't work, then why does the power connector fit and the lights come on? When you buy a PSU, they do not specify which motherboards it will work for, besides most PSU's have the ability to plug in to any type of motherboard.

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Maybe your power suplly can't work well with your mobo
try to replace the power suplly

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Can i up grade to windows 7 on this board


They don't list W7 drivers

http://www.biostar-usa.com/mbdownloads.asp?model=M7NCD%20ULTRA

I think XP is the latest it will support well, partly due to the CPUs you can put in it.

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I need drivers?


You r board has Socket A, Nvidia graphics, and Realtek sound(ALC650?AC97) you can get downloads here for Win XP and earlier:
http://www.biostar-usa.com/mbdownloads.asp?model=m7ncd+pro
Scroll down to drivers and pick the ones you want.
Yiu can try here, I don't dee your device so I would let them scan and see what they suggest. Scroll down to "Option 2 Automatically find drivers..." and click on "motherboard drivers"
http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us

Mar 31, 2011 | Biostar M7NCD Pro Motherboard

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My M7NCD motherboard will not read my video card but I put the video card in another computer and it worked. Is there another way to get my monitor hooked up without buying another video card and etc.


Hi,
Okay, since the card works on another motherboard, that indicates that there is noting wrong with the card.

The problem is either the motherboard, cpu or memory. Or you might not have connected all the proper power cables to the board.

If possible test each part on another motherboard to confirm what is faulty.

Please keep me updated on your progress.

Oct 03, 2010 | Biostar M7NCD Pro Motherboard

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I recently tried to install a new WD320Gb HD and windows XP won't load. I loaded it to the drive from another computer and Windows won't successfully boot up. I get a Stop: 0x0000076B (0xF7946640,...


You installed the 320GB drive into another system & installed windows XP. Than removed the drive & installed it into another computer!
All of windows internal drivers for the first install will not function in the second. (Windows XP is going nuts).
You have to do a fresh install while in the system you want to keep the drive in. This is why your getting the stop errors & blue screens.
You must have a reason of why you did not install the 320GB drive into the second computer for the XP installation?
Care to provide the why?

Mike

Apr 26, 2009 | Biostar M7NCD Pro Motherboard

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Where can I buy a GA-8PE800 Pro motherboard?


Sorry Jack, I exhausted most of my resources and did not come up with one. This mobo will be a big pain to find. I would say buy a new board and unforunately reinstall your operating system. I know it's a pain, but I don't think you're going to find this board without some extreme luck.

What you could do, is find a similar board with the same north and south bridge, same chipset. This will allow you to not have to reinstall your OS.

It is possible to keep your current data set and still install a different motherboard. It requires disabling all plug'n'play support built into the OS before swapping the board. Then you install the new set of chipset drivers for the new board. I have made it work before, but its certainly not the cleanest way to do this, as you well know.

Sorry for not being anymore help. I can usually find old mobo's fairly easily, but this one must be a needle in a haystack.

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Cmos resetting


Ok so you know the bat is good cause you checked the voltage. You double checked the bios jumper making sure it is not set to clear. Looking in your manual you can go to AMD XP3200+, & you are under that. So either you have a short or your bios needs flashed because it's messed up. Could have went when the cpu died.

Jan 15, 2008 | Biostar M7NCD ULTRA Motherboard

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M7NCD ULTRA raid drivers


If the SATA drive is operating in 3.0 Gbps mode and your motherboard can only support 1.5 Gbps mode, the drive will not be detected in BIOS or XP. Try jumpering the drive to SATA 1.5 Gbps mode. The label on your hard drive should indicate which pins should be shorted to achieve this setting; if not, look up your particular model on WD's website to find the manual.

Nov 05, 2007 | Biostar M7NCD ULTRA Motherboard

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SATA problem during windows install


try other memory or if you have 2 dimms take one out and try same to both dimms

Jun 30, 2007 | Biostar M7NCD ULTRA Motherboard

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Windows did not detect SATA during installation


You need the manual to your motherboard to set it up in the BIOS. http://www.biostar-usa.com/docsmain.asp In the drop down menu select M7NCD ULTRA. I hope this helps. Let me know.

Jun 30, 2007 | Biostar M7NCD ULTRA Motherboard

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