Asus p4p800s-x won't boot and no display on the monitor..
I have an asus p4p800s-x mobo, my problem is.. it won't boot.. there is the green light powered on when I connected the power supply plug but when i push the power switch to turn on the computer it will just power on but it will not show display on the monitor.. and i don't see any boot signal on my keyboard.. i've tried to change my graphic card, memory and even up to cpu.. but still don't work.. anybody here could help me?? please.. is this something to do with the jumper..?? i've also tried to remove the mobo's battery and switch it on..turned off.. then return battery back and switch it on again.. it just powered it on, cpu fan is moving same with the graphic card's fan..please..what is the possible solution to solve this problem, aside from keeping it rest forever in the trash bin..
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the needed wattage is directly linked to the componets you want to use other then the mobo itself. the main power surges are the CPU (takes 40 to 110 Watts) a graphics card (from 5 to over 150 Watts) the Drives (about 25-30 Watts eachs), the RAM and all the other addons and gadgets you build into your PC. Just add the different Wattages together and give it quiet some headroom. I usually drive this kinds of mobos with 400-550 Watts PSU to be on the save side, if i use a more or less "standard" graphics card, and even more with high sophistcated cards or lots of drives or such.
if you "see" low power (Volts) it might also be a problem with a partwise defective PSU.
First thing is check the monitor by replacing it with any working monitor. If that does not work remove the Graphics card and do the same. The problem will be either in the Graphics card or the monitor....sodeep
Is there any beep from the motherboard?
First thing that you need to check is the RAM. unplug the power cord and remove the RAM. Now, plug in the power cord and try switching the Comp and see if there is a any sound from Mobo. It should idealy warn you that there is no RAM with continous BEEP. If that happens, the Mobo is fine.... Grab a new RAM and try it out. The system should boot now. (If there was "No RAM warning beeps" when you switched on the system without RAM).
There are many issues that may put down the Mobo but in most cases its the RAM that stops functioning...
Try this and see if it helps. Please post your result here so that we can see if you need further assistance.
sounds like your system is not booting, that may be, obiusly you just have power but that's it...no boot routine. hope somebody else could help on "how to make sure your system can boot again, then the rest.
remove everything except for video card and memory cd hard drive etc give it a try if it shows boot screen you have problems in something you disconnected retry one at a time if not try different video card
My mobo is MS-6763 ver 1.0 M-ATX, internal sound. After formatting to a new win XP pro, no sound was detected. I need to know is it the mobo itself need a driver or i have to install only the sound driver. Pls help me to find a solution.
Does the computer beep, to tell of booting progress?
Is the new MoBo really new? What about the video card?
Try different RAM. Bad RAM will not let a computer boot.
Try booting the MoBo out of the case: lay it out on wooden surface and plug in power supply and monitor, then turn on. Listen for beeps, HDD cranks. Also watch the screen.
Come back after doing these checks so we can isolate the problem.