Hi iv got an ibit is7 motherboard all up and ready to run but when i turn it on it says that the screen is in power save mode press any key or move the mouse iv tryed that but with no luck can u help plz les
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ok, looking at the specifications All I can recommend is the following. double check the Video card to make sure it is properly seated and that it does not exceed the capabilities of the motherboard. 2 Disconnect everything from the motherboard except the CPU and case wiring/power supply and turn the computer on. If the system completes the post test, you will hear at least 1 beep and should hear several for the video card not being connected, then start installing components 1 at a time till you find the one causing the problem. Start with the Video card and then the ram as these are most likely where your problem is unless you have a faulty power supply which will be the problem if you don't get a completed post with nothing else connected.
Just how did you check the video card if you get no image on the screen? Try another monitor with your computer. If you still get no image, then it's your video card or another component. If your computer will not pass the POST (power on self test) then you will not get any video output. Culprits can be the hard drive, the CD, the memory, the motherboard, or the CPU. I would disconnect everything but the CPU, memory, and video and try to start it to narrow the problem. But first, try another monitor. I've even seen a bad power supply that seems to work keep the video from working.
is this a brand new motherboard? do you have onboard graphics or a card? without testing i couldnt say for sure but it sounds like you are not getting power to your graphics on motherboard. this is usally a common issue for asus motherboards. not easy to fix. if your motherboard is new i suggest a replacement from the seller.
if you have more than 1 device on the ribbon cable, make sure they are
both on CS(cable select) or one is on master and one is on slave.
Next disconnect all the drives from the board and just hit the del key to enter the BIOS. Select advanced tab to make sure SATA is active, otherwise you will bypass any sata and go only to ide channels.
Once the sata is active, check boot sequence and select CD/DVD as 1st boot priority save and exit, on the reboot turn unit off and attach all cables to the board. Reboot.