Actully the problem is there for the last 3 years, but still i do not know the cause. " when i start the system sometimes it wont start, ie. the keyboard lights get on, HDD is on, CPU fan working, but no output on Monitor(it remains off). Additionaly sometimes when i am working on system it gets off, and does not restart and goes into the above mentioned condition. then i switch off the system by pressing the power botton for 5 seconds. laterwhen i turn it on, then it may turn on or it mays not and go into above mentioned condition. And sometimes the system runs for hours even all night and there is no promblem of this type." Can someone tell me what is the problem with my system? UPS is ok, got it checked.
mobo: intel d845gvsr
Pentium 4, 2.0 GHz
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Re: Mobo giving startup problem!
You have to narrow down the issue.. is it with the pc? or monitor? if you think the cpu... is the power supply fan working? is the cpu overheating? if you think its the monitor...be sure the card is seated properly and check all cables
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In Startup Repair please select "System Restore" and restore the system
back to a couple of days before the problems started. That will fix the
issues with corruption of the registry.
If that does not help, try to see if you can start in safe mode - Pressing F8 at startup will give you safe mode options.
If neither works, it's possible that it is a hardware failure of some type. most likely a MoBo failure.
If you are able to start it up in safe mode, I would grab a USB thumb drive and save what files you can.
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You should unplug the power cord from the power supply, pop out the cmos battery, switch the bios reset jumper to the 2 and 3 pins, wait about a minute, put the jumper back to 1 and 2 pins, put cmos battery back in, plug in power cord to psu and turn on pc. If you have any issues with this process please refer to your owner manual for the motherboard or look one up on their website. Please let me know if this fixes your issue.
try installing ccleaner. It is free software from download.com
once installed go to the tools then to startup and disable anything running in the startup. then run cleaner. If it is still running slow change the ram. There may be some kind of driver issue with your speakers. They may also be bad speakers. Who knows' but the netbooks are not going to have the best quality of sound anyways. worst case buy headphones or external speakers
i have just thrown out 3 ASUS boards for various problems. they seem to last approx 18months before they die. video output goes wrong, cpu socket errors, all sorts of problems and a rubbish tech support at ASUS does not help.
well if your system is under the three year warrenty your best and cheapest bet is to call and have it repaired.
Things to check would be making sure your psu has an ember light and is getting good ventilation check the p.o.s.t by holding down the sync and power button at startup. but i usally find that replacing the mobo is the fastest way to solve this problem. If the GPU gets very hot it causes the mobo to flex causing the lead free solder to become loose and break.
What Operating System and revision are you running? I don't believe that XP 32bit (not sure about 64) will recognize 3GB of RAM, but Vista will as long as your MoBo (Mother Board) supports it or possibly even more than. My Asus MoBo will utilize 4GB but Vista 32bit will only utilize 3.48GB or so, and Vista 64bit will take up to 8GB if the MoBo will. Let us know what O.S. you're running?