Question about Gigabyte 8VM533M-RZ (GA-8VM533M-RZ) Motherboard
One of my colleagues plugged a USB cable in to the front USB port and the whole systen went down. Upon close inspection, found that the little plastic "thingy" that seperates the contact pins was missing, so when the USB cable was inserted everything got shorted. Now when the system is started the monitor says "no signal" and there is no "beep". Tried removing the video card to use the onboard video and that failed. Removed the HDD and hooked it up to an identical ayatem and after a few minutes I get "BOOT DISK SECTOR NOT FOUND", so I hooked it up as the SLAVE and when Windows was near the end of booting up Iget the "BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH". With the "shorting" of the USB port have fried the BIOS Chip and CPU as well as the HDD? Should we just scrap the MB? Any help would help
Just reinstall the operating system(xp). once format the c: drive. due to the wrong connection of the usb this problem has occured. please install XP
Posted on Oct 06, 2007
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