Question about Foxconn (945G7MA-8KS2) Motherboard
I have a new motherboard Foxconn 945G7MA and a new Celeron 1.80 GHz FSB 800 MHz processor. (and 2 times 1Gb DDR2) When the system powers up it seems to boot but there is no graphics.
I've taken out the external graphic board and am using the onboard graphics.
The display is working fine on other systems
The power stays on and the CD seems to startup. The HDD isn't bootable yet.
No beeps, doesn't seem to react to key strokes.
Treis to clear the CMOS, locked the boot flash process but so far no result.
Does anyone know how to get the graphics working? Or what the cause might be.
There are only a few things i can think of that might help. recheck to make sure all of the power supply cables are plugged in, although im sure that you've allready done that. you don't wan't to clear cmos due to the fact that you only do that if you are going to reflash it. could mke it unbootable. try going in to cmos and enabling quick boot this bypasses POST test and might get you in. also try reinstallling the Operating system as this load drivers for your display. the only other thing is you might have recieved a faulty motherboard, this happens mor frequently than you might think.
hope this helped.
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best of luck.
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