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i am not sure what you mean by resolved LED errors. These lights in the back tell you that the BIOS is checking your hardware and the way to correct that is by replacing the faulty hardware. For example you determine memory is bad and you replace it. Make sure that is connected properly. You can do this with all hardware. Disconnect everything except the cables from the power supply to the motherboard and try. contact me if you wish at Ccarlos4545@aol.com.
Test your PSU or replace it if your power supply units fan is not working your PSU is faulty
One bad lead can cause a computer to continue on a cycle or to shutdown or fail to detect/ boot up a computer hard drive
Test all leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions,IDE,SATA
the leads from your ((motherboard to your hard drive)) make sure they have a secure connection and are not faulty or just replace them there probably old and faulty make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty or just replace them they are probably old and faulty ? hope this helps
Hello Phenom, Hi.... to properly run/test a motherboard, you need to make sure this parts are good with no doubt functioning. 1. the power supply, 2. Memory, 3. keyboard, 4. Processor with FAN 5. PC speaker(built on-board or the thumb speaker) and 6. monitor
How to test. First remove all motherboard connections. Now reconnect the following.
1. make sure that the power supply 20/24 pin is connected properly to the motherboard (and please test this power supply before making connections. To test independently short green wire to ground and plug the unit. you should see the fan spin) 2. make sure that the 4 pin 12volt power connector is also plug in nice and tight. 3. clean the memory slot using a clean paint brush and the module (DDR/2) terminals (the contacts) using an eraser, 4. connect the keyboard, 5. make sure there is a PC speaker connected. 6. connect the power switch of the front panel, 7. Connect a monitor on the VGA port 8. Power on the PC. 8. Look at the keyboard lights 3 LED momentarily. num lock + caps lock + scroll lock and after several seconds 1 LED light, num lock only. If you reach this part you should also hear a beep. then the POST will appear. If you don't reach this part, start again from the top. do this several times. Still no response? you motherboard is bad.
Which wires do you mean? The wires for the reset and power buttons on the case? The pin arrangement is usually part of something called the front panel header, it's a series of pins for stuff like the power LED, HDD led, and speaker. The pin arrangement should be in your motherboard manual. If that's not what you're talking about please clarify. If you're in the Washington DC/Rockville MD area, please shoot me a line at Inovagent.
I think that you might be asking about latency timings... Try downloading NVIDIA's Performance software. If you search google with those two words you will likely find it. When you install it, look for system settings and whatever you can change there, will be all that your MoBo allows you to change.
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youll need a floopy drive on both your computer and the one your using, go to the manufactures support website and download the bios file for your motherboard to the floopy. then take the floopy and put it in your computer and start it up. it should download the bios to your system.
if you dont have floopy drives, you can use a usb drive if your systems are set up for usb, but your boot order also have to be setup to recognize the usb.
if this is an older computer you most likely have a floopy drive.
hope this fixes your problem.
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Hi, one quick thing you can check is to see if the cable running from the power switch is plugged onto the right pins on the motherboard, it will most likerly say (pwr btn) next to the pins or something like that, it may also need to be a certain way round.Let me know what the outcome is if no good we can try something else. hope this has helped. Thanks