Dr-afacan, You unfortunatley are not giving me a lot of info to work with. There could be several things to try. First check your cases front panel to Board connections. Then if they are correct I would swap out the power supply with anything compatible to check and see. If that PS is really OK. If you do not have the info for the board go here http://dlsvr03.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket775/P5S800-VM/e1767_p5s800-vm.pdf
Next step would be to either check the processor, possible BIOS settings or update. Or you unfortunatley just have a dead board. Asus has a good customer RMA system... Just some thoughts.....PCdok
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If this is the first time to turn you on your computer check first the power supply of your computer if connected to their proper connector. Check your memory if clip properly in there memory slot. If you are using Video Card check it if it is properly connected to the connector. Then connect your VGA connector at the back of your computer when you have video card connect the VGA Cable of you monitor to the video card VGA output if does not have connect it with the onboard VGA output. Then press the power switch if the unit is still no visual in monitor try to search or hear a beeping sound in your computer by its on board buzzer. Find which beep you hear from your computer.
No Beep- No Power, Loose Card, or Short. One Short Beep- Normal Post,, Computer is OK. 2 Short Beep- POST error, review screen for error code Continues Beep- No power, Loose Card, or Short Repeating Short Beep- No Power Loose Card or Short One Long And Short Beep- Motherboard Issue One Long and Two Short Beep- Video (mono/CGA Display Circuitry) Issue. One long and three short beep- Video (EGA) Display Circuitry Three Long Beep- Keyboard/ Keyboard Card Error One Beep, Blank or Incorrect Display -Video Display Circuitry
Hope this help with your problem. Keep on touch in fixya
This means that there is some setting in the BIOS that is set to display the POST results on being asked. Not automatically.
So, what you do is to enter BIOS and there look for POST (power on self test) results to be displayed or not. Set it to auto display. Or no POST. then this problem will stop bothering you. POST is a test that al computers carryout before booting to see if all systems are working alright.
From the description of the problem, it seems that either the power switch of your PC or the power supply cable is faulty. Also, please let us know if the motherboard LED is glowing or not. Do reply for more assistance.
That beep code is either a RAM or Video card issue depending on motherboard. It may be that when the fan went down it burnt out the video card slot & onboard video. Without physically seeing the board I couldn't tell for sure, but that is definately what the beep code is pointing to. Also make sure that when you are using a video card that you have the 6, or 8 pin power plug connected to it. As well as making sure both the main 20, or 20+4 psu plug and the 4, or 8 pin psu plug are connected to the mb. Hope this helps.
Hello owners of the Asus P5S800-VM motherboard. This Asus board uses an integrated PCI graphics card. (That means it’s built into the board, you can not see it. Its part of the north bridge SiS661FX chipset). Everyone will need their manual so you can follow my instructions. If you no longer have your manual, please click on the ASUS P5S800-VM link below. A pop-up windows will open & you will need to choose the operating system from the dropdown menu. Than click Search. http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P5S800-VM&SLanguage=en-us This downloadable manual can only be read with Adobe reader software. If you need Adobe's software, you can download it from Adobe at this next link: http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/ Shut down your systems; unplug the power cord from the PC's power supply. Open your case. Please remove the AGP video card from the board; if any have one has one installed. (If you do not you will not receive display on your monitor. Once removed you now need to clear the bios/cmos. On the board find the cmos/bios jumper as shown on page 1-21. Move the jumper to cover pins 2 & 3, count to 15 & move the jumper back to pins 1 & 2. One this is done. Close your case. Plug the power cord back into the power supply. Now we need to enter into the bios. Boot your PC & press the Delete key on your keyboard every 2 seconds. The bios main menu will open. Read the instructions at the bottom of the menu. This will show you how to move about while in the bios using your keyboard. (Can not use the mouse in here). Go to the title Advanced. Open "Chipset" page 2-17. See manual section 2.4.3 page 2-20. Change Primary Graphics Adapter to [AGP] Save the bios & exit it. The system will auto restart. Press & hold the case power on /off button until the system shuts off. Unplug the power cord from the power supply. Open your case. Insert your AGP card. Make sure it is seated evenly & fully. Re-check all power connections & data connections before closing the case. Re-connect the power cord to the power supply. Boot your PC. You should have display. Install your graphics cards software. Check windows for any updates. Life should be good. The ASUS P5S800-VM can only use a 1.5volt AGP card & nothing else. Check the manual for your AGP card & make sure it is 1.5v compatible. If its voltage is higher you will not receive display. This next link will show what a 1.5v graphics card looks like. Notice the copper contacts & its separation. Turn to manual page 1-20 for another 1.5v card with more than two separations.
Check your power supply. It sounds like you have a bad power supply. Even though the computer powers up, it does not mean that it's good. I have had this problem before, and almost 9 out of 10 times the power supply had gone bad. Just try a different one and see. hope this helps you.