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Compatable gigabyte ga 81915pm motherboard

I have a gigabyte ga 81915pm motherboard which has stopped booting up ( doesnt even load BIOS) I thought I would buy another motherboard and put my old Pentium 4 processor in it. But what type of motherboard is compatable with my processor?

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  • windsor_mike Feb 12, 2009

    It died after I tried to clone the drive using Norton Ghost 10.0 .

    Gradually got worse until now it tries repeatedly to boot up BIOS but just bleeps and then tries again and again . all fans running , etc

  • windsor_mike Feb 13, 2009

    Not H/drive as have tried no drive and other drives and different SATA sockets.

    PC does not get as far as F8 so thats a no go.

    Just 2 bleeps and then it dies , occasionally the screen will flash the Packard Bell logo but only for a second.

    Havn't added memory or any other hardware.

    I was getting blue screen of death with some instruction problem in Outlook Express for some time before the PC finally died. This was probably the mother board getting sick and nothing to do with Outlook Express, it just so happened thats the program that I run all the time.

  • windsor_mike Feb 13, 2009

    So back to my original question(s) ( and thank you everyone who took the time to respond to my problem )

    Is a Pentium 4 a LGA775 socket ?

    and will any MB with LGA775 socket do.

    will I have to format HD? Or will my HD work with new MB?

  • DEKR
    DEKR May 11, 2010

    are you sure you have'nt added memory

    i don't think the motherboard is dead



    can you press f8 while in restart and try to get to safemode

    let me know

  • DEKR
    DEKR May 11, 2010

    your system is absolutely dead

    you hear no fans or sounds

    when did it last work

    did you add anything new

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You may not have to format
you should be okay
are you sure power supply is not going
remove cd drive and boot see if you can get to safemode
Are you sure you have'nt had pc opened and maybe loosened a memory
I still don't think it's the motherboard.I would go more for a memory or power supply problem
let me know

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    DEKR Feb 13, 2009

    YOU HAVE'NT CHANGED YOUR WINDOWS VERSION

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I had a problem similar to this with my old Gigabyte motherboard. What happened, was that somehow, the motherboard's hard drive mounting points were corrupting.
I was able to solve this issue by changing where the hard drives were plugged into the motherboard. It's merely a bandaid solution and may not solve the problem permanently, as I had the problem occur about 3 times.

I would suggest removing one drive (hard drive, CD drive, etc.) at a time to see if it will boot the BIOS when the drive is unplugged. If this does not work, I would think that the motherboard may be dead.

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I think you can try all LGA775 MB.
BTW, it worked before? or you changed anything?
Maybe you can try other memories.

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