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Asus p5s800-vm MB has complete power lets monitor know

But has know display period. its as if the cpu fryed but if thats the case the MB speaker would go off. cpu fan works, graphics card fan works ya hear cd dvd doing test at start HDD work ya even see HDD flashing LED work but still no response. tryed resetting the bios and run off the internal card. same result nothing power goes everywhere but no display to monitor. even tryed graphics card from this pc. nothing.

Any sugesstions.

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  • Anonymous May 21, 2009

    nope not booting up single seems to be sent to the monitor the relay starts but it flashy up monitor working please check signal cable keyboard lights do not flash either only thing is all fans come on and the HDD light is a single flash every 10 secs ya think possiable cpu gone kaputt im not sure

  • Anonymous May 21, 2009

    does not have a 3.5 inch installed replaced that with a media card reader. i will try monitor 2 on this pc see if it starts to confirm whether its the monitor of the pc. however if the motherboard indicartor light is on the MB aint fryed its summat else. ok confirmed not the monitor swapped VGA cables ovver and pc1 monitor starts and displays pc 2 visual 100%. any other ideas

  • Anonymous May 21, 2009

    taken ur advice down the the bare min only thing plugged in is hdd cd/rom memory cpu nothing else even reset bios so it looks for internal graphics card.. Nothing same result. prob is these days ya looking from 55 pounds to 500 pounds just for a new motherbaord thats before memory, grapahics and the cpu. pc1 is my primary to add to it replaced PSU with existing 155 watt unit with a 300 watt worked fine for 2 weeks bit of growling going on but then last night on first post powers up everything but the cpu. is it possiable increasing the psu to 300 watts casue of the graphics card nvidia 7600 GS req min of 150 watts to run. drained the rest of the system. well tis runs a lot cooler or did.



    Does this mean a whole new motherbaord and cpu pref old school so i dont have to replce the memory or grapics card. lets us know. ty..

  • ikkenom May 11, 2010

    Disconnect the power to the CD-ROM and to the hard-drive.

    Insert a diskette into the 3.5" drive, and reboot the computer.

    Does it try to spin the diskette, i.e., trying to boot from it?

    If not, your motherboard has a problem.



    If you connect your monitor to the VGA-output from a friend's laptop, does your monitor work correctly?



    Have you tried a different power-supply?

  • Bruce Volkers
    Bruce Volkers May 11, 2010

    All indications you offer say that this Mobo is booting up. If the keyboard num lock and caps lock led's respond it is definitely running processes. Are you sure it's not the monitor at fault?

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Disconnect the hard drives, cd/dvd drives and any expansion boards you have plugged into the mainboard. We want to remove as much as possible to see if we can eliminate the problem.Using the onboard video, start it up again, and see if it comes up. If it does, then its one of the items you disconnected. Power down and reattach one of the disconnected items and power up again. Did it come up? Keep in mind that we want to see the bios start up screen. Once you have attached all the items you will have found the bad component. Replace it. But lets say you didn't get a good system when you disconnected everything. Well, that narrows down the suspected bad items to: the mainboard, the power supply, the memory, or the cpu. The power supply has many voltages coming out of it, keep in mind that the drives, cd/dvd rom drives and fans use 12 volts for spin up. There are 3 other voltages used by the mainboard. I would replace the power supply next with a known good one. Then it gets a little costlier, the memory, then the cpu and then the mainboard. Stick with it. You'll find out which it is. Good Luck.

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