Question about ASUS EN7600GT/2DHT/256 (256 MB) PCI Express Graphic Card
Hello, I've looked through your archives and my problem is very simlar to http://www.fixya.com/support/t398635-dunno_whats_problem
My graphics card had power running to it and the fan was spinning, and Device Manager failed to see any problems. My harddrive seemed fine but it wouldn't boot windows on my main desktop (just like the problem in the above post) and the BIOS splash screen on my main desktop was graphically distorted with vertical lines. I tried to boot XP from that harddrive in a different computer and it froze also.
So I repartitioned and reformated the HD as advised in that previous post, and things seemed ok. However, the BIOS splash screen still showed verticle distortion.
My motherboard is an ASUS M2N SLI Deluxe, gfx card is an ASUS EN7600GT. I downloaded the latest non-beta BIOS from ASUS and the latest chipset drivers. After installing the chipset drivers and nForce stuff, I just tried to flash the BIO with the latest version of ASUS's BIOS update. The "Erase ROM" proceedure worked, as did "Flash ROM", but "Verify ROM" failed at about 86% and the system has crashed when I asked it to retry.
I've never lost a BIOS before, is it a "Time to buy a new motherboard" situation? Also, does it sound like the BIOS or motherboard was at fault, or could it be my GPU or graphics card memory also?
Thanks very much Experts!
Is your power supply rated to hand the board and the graphics card and all the other hardware?
Did the issue star with the video card?
try removing the extras like the CD drive and any other PCI devices and just putting the graphics card in and whats needed to boot the computer.
Also, reseat the graphiocs card.
also try installing just the drivers for the video card without any of the over clock software.
Try resetting your BIOS by disconnecting the power cabel and removing the BIOS battery and waiting a minute, put back in and restart/
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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