Question about Intel Motherboard
Find and list common problems associated with motherboards,power supply CPU and their symptoms.closely studying the CMOS,BIOS settengs and suggest how to troubleshoot problems such as post error codes
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi nkda2000, this is as close as I could find for power schematics. Intel D865PERL
(There is no Intel D865PERLL board). Sure it's a typo. Have done searches for D865PERLL & found it (Not on Intle's web site) but when looking at the specs it's listed as D865PERL. (One L ) not two.
I hope the Technical Product Specification pdf can help you check the power on the motherboard.
Posted on May 08, 2008
SOURCE: Cannot change cmos settings.
Open case somewhere on motherboard will be (reset BIOS) or word to that effect. it will be a small 2 pin connector with a jumper on 1 pin connect the jumper across both pins for 30 seconds remove jumper fit back over 1 pin (not get lost) reboot your BIOS should have reset to default hope this helps post comment if does please
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
If you don't already have a case speaker hooked up to the board, you might want to connect one since there isn't an on board speaker and you will not hear error beeps otherwise.
Also, if you have another non-phenom AM2 processor handy you should really update the BIOS to latest release. Many late model Phenoms will not work on motherboards that have earlier BIOS releases and you will not be able to post. You should then choose "Set Optimized Defaults" and save the bios without any changes then shut down (not reset). When you power on again it should post and you should be able to get into the BIOS.
A third thing you can try (after you get a case speaker hooked up) is using a cheap pair of ddr2-6400 RAM to get the board to post so you can get into BIOS and change the voltage to the correct settings for your RAM if it requires a higher voltage than the bios expects.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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