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New mobo - strange post error - no video

I have a new ma780g-ud3h and Atholon x2 7750. I am a systems engineer by trade. I do this stuff everyday. This one has ticked me off. I move to gigabyte after using asus for years. When I boot it up I get an error code (Monitor or graphics card problem). After trying all the tricks... different PS, booting it outside the case,HDMI, VGA, 1 chip, no chips, checking the CPU. I returned it and got ALL new stuff. Brought it home and it did exactly the same thing. I don't have a very capable VGA monitor but when I use it I get a whining noise as if there is a high res picture there. I currently use my HDMI tv for high res stuff. It doesn't work here though. I'm ready to go back to ASUS.

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  • joe3949 May 17, 2009

    Thanks for the response... I believe you're right about the monitor (VGA). Doesn't explain HDMI though. In any event... I can't get to the BIOS (which should be 640X480 right???? Since 2 mobo's did this there must be a way past it. I have subitted a ticket with gigabyte. No response yet. Any idea about how to get into the BIOS??? I have already shorted the jumper and removed the CMOS battery.

  • joe3949 May 18, 2009

    I appreciate the offer for me to buy your premium service. However, I believe the manufacturer owes me something on this. If they do not respond to me today I will return the mobo and go back to ASUS

  • joe3949 May 18, 2009

    Thank you for the response. Agreed... I am out of ideas too. Since I have no video and it just keeps rebooting (I assume) I will not be able to flash the BIOS. Thanks though. I will post back if gigabyte gets back to me.

  • joe3949 May 21, 2009

    I told everybody that I would resspond back once Gigabyte "helped" me. After typing to 4 or 5 different people with varying degrees of english skills... I am taking everything back and going with ASUS. It was a very long transcript of doing the same thing over and over. ASUS.... I'm back.

  • Hank May 11, 2010

    Did you use the same hard drive for both systems? Try a different hard drive.

    My pc kept rebooting...the power on button was stuck.

    Just a "stab in the dark" so to say.


  • Greg Margossian
    Greg Margossian May 11, 2010

    If you're locked out of BIOS, I'd try flashing it. Other than that, really out of ideas. Below is a link for a BIOS flash utility for Gigabyte.

    Greg

    http://www.wimsbios.com/biosupdates/giga...



    p.s. I havn't posted anything as a solution because quite honestly, I don't have a solution, just offering ideas to help you.

  • Greg Margossian
    Greg Margossian May 11, 2010

    Just spitballing here but could it be the refresh rate is too much for the monitor? Best of luck, this one's a real head scratcher.

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Kinda looks like you solved your own problem!

Good luck Obi-Wan...may the force be with you!

Hank

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