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Black screen no beep - Intel D946GZIS Motherboard

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  • Federico Jul 25, 2013

    Double post. Please delete it.

  • Federico Jul 25, 2013

    Double post, please delete it.

  • Federico Jul 25, 2013

    seems I have some issues using fixya via android...

  • Federico Jul 25, 2013

    No, there are no issues with cable or monitor, I connected trough VGA and HDMI, I have tested the system with an external video card pci-e too. I've reset the bios and tested the motherboard just with the cpu, then I tested with a single dimm of ram at time. I didn't change anything on my configuration. The psu was tested too. Simply the system is apparently dead but fans spins just fine.

  • Lars Olsson
    Lars Olsson Jul 25, 2013

    remove external videocard.use the intergrated grafics.and clear CMOS.

  • Federico Jul 25, 2013

    Already tested. Look my previous comment. This machine NORMALLY operate without an external video card.... The unique jumper I found for BIOS let me set it in configure mode or in recovery with the same result.

  • Lars Olsson
    Lars Olsson Jul 25, 2013

    Federico,what was that first symptom was it the black screen.?

  • Federico Jul 25, 2013

    No one, it's an old winxp machine. I turn it off normally and now it's apparently dead.

  • Lars Olsson
    Lars Olsson Jul 25, 2013

    what was your first problem intel D946GZIS motherboard.

  • Federico Jul 25, 2013

    First problem for what I know: was a computer of an old woman, barely used. For sure she never did a bios update or any kind of upgrade. Worked just fine for two weeks.

  • Lars Olsson
    Lars Olsson Jul 25, 2013

    did this happend after a BIOS uppdate.? clear CMOS by lift out cmos-battery about 20 sec. watch out for the hooks.

  • Federico Jul 25, 2013

    LArs, don't want to be rude but seems you aren't reaing what I write: no update or upgrade were made on this machine. Simply stopped working. Remove the battery for more than 5 hours did not reset CMOS.

  • Lars Olsson
    Lars Olsson Jul 25, 2013

    federico,no were did you metion you lift out cmos-battery.let's leave tha now a question HOW OLD IS the COMPUTER.

  • Federico Jul 25, 2013

    Dude, I did just commented the fact you didn't read what I wrote about "update and upgrade" because you asked about a bios upgrade. The part of my reply about the battery comes after the end of the phrase. :)I don't know the story of this pc before I grab it but the motherboard is dated 2007. I tried now whit a P4 3ghz to see if was a problem with cpu but it's the same. Is simply dead, case closed. Thanks for the help anyway.

  • Lars Olsson
    Lars Olsson Jul 25, 2013

    DID YOU REALLY WONT HELP DUDE ???

  • Federico Jul 25, 2013

    Please could you gently write without CAPS enabled? I just clarified what I wrote. Now, I simply realized you (or others) can't help, the computer is just dead and it's ready to the trashcan. :)

  • Lars Olsson
    Lars Olsson Jul 25, 2013

    Federico,try with a other PSU if possible.psu are often a cause of malfunction

  • Federico Jul 25, 2013

    I know but I checked the PSU using a multimeter and the output was quite good. But this weekend I can try with another PSU need just the time to pull out from another PC. :P

  • Lars Olsson
    Lars Olsson Jul 25, 2013

    why you should try with a other psu i read on internet multimeter are not totaly reliable.

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TRY WITH A OTHER MONITOR MAKE SURE THE CABELS ARE SEATED TIGHT AND FIRMLY.

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  • Federico Jul 25, 2013

    No, there are no issues with cable or monitor, I connected trough VGA and HDMI, I have tested the system with an external video card pci-e too. I've reset the bios and tested the motherboard just with the cpu, then I tested with a single dimm of ram at time. I didn't change anything on my configuration. The psu was tested too. Simply the system is apparently dead but fans spins just fine.

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