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P4M-915G/PD1 no screen, no BIOS, only power.

Hello, I´m trying to repair P4M-915G/PD1. I could enter the BIOS once when I had no operating system anymore (virusses?).I didn´t change any settings in BIOS setup though. Then I rebooted and since then I have nothing on screen anymore. Fans are turning, that´s all. I did a CMOS reset by switching the jumper and removing the battery. No difference. The system won´t load anything at all. Nothing on screen. I checked the screen which is ok. I changed the video card. Nothing.

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Re: P4M-915G/PD1 no screen, no BIOS, only power.

Do you hear any beeps at all? Do you have a system speaker on the motherboard? If not, plug a 2-pin system speakers onto the motherboard where it says "speaker" and listen for some beeps. You may have a fried CPU or dodgy RAM on your hands. Possibly even a faulty AGP/PCI-E slot, to name a few.

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So I went after you're chipset, which is an Intel. At this link.

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