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Abit kr7a-133r morherboard will not post At first, it would not post every now and then. I would need to turn off and on 2 or 3 times,and then it would run fine. after a couple of months it got worse, I would need to turn off and on every time. now it will not post at all. I replaced: the power supply, ddr memory, all cards, and hard drive.

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  • frank215m Feb 28, 2009

    it turns out the motherboard was bad. i found out abit had a problem with some capacitors around the time this board was made. i took a real close look at the board and found two caps that had a dome. i replaced them, and it worked!

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I take it you have the same type of memory[matched in pairs]. I had an asus board that did the same thing. I started the way most builders do when they bench test, I sarted with just 1 memory stick, l [left 1 rom in] and removed everything I could. With the Dell that started to act up I cleared the CMOS over night with the jumper in the clear setting. I was able to get the Dell to work, I ended up selling the Asus board and the guy who bought it said he cleared CMOS and replaced the battery and it fired right up. My first Abit board[NF7-S] came with no manual or drivers disc. It's used but one thing I can say is Abit really didn't look like it's site was much help. I am just about to test it. It does sound like a device problem. You can go online, if you updated your BIOS it may cause problems but I'd also look at the updated BIOS to see if there is a update with this problem listed. One last thing, if you have extra cables try them to see if it is the hdd cable, thats happened to me also.

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  • valdan1 Feb 28, 2009

    Yeah I didn't address that, I have a board with capasitors so it's only a matter of time.

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