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Montherboard in troble poor response from the dealer

Dear sir,

I purchased the mother board 8 months back. When booting it will promt press del to setup press tab to display bios post message.


when pressing tab it will display upto memory count .....shared memory...


when pressing F8, it will display

boot selection popup menu has been selected....


the board has been send to replace by the dealer. but it will take nearly 3 months to return the board.


Even now the same stage continues.....


pl. help me to rectify the problem.


iam using intel new celeron D processor


expecting your reply

my email id is



rajamoni b

kips computer consultancy






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Re: montherboard in troble poor response from the dealer

Dear Rajamoni,


please confirm that which selection u select after pressing F8.


If u select Safe mode (top option) and your system running normal in safe mode. Then the problem in your monitor refresh rate settings...under display properties(desktop-rightclick-properties-settings-advance-adaptor-list all modes-800x600 16bit 60Hz) apply all settings .your system may be normal.









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