Question about Biostar NF61VM2 Motherboard
Hi! I have a computer with Biostar NF61VM2, the problem is that one day the computer stops booting, i dont have probles of any kind before this happends, the PC stops in the Biostar Logo Screen with a only one beep sound and nothing more. Scording with the forums and in the site of BioStar i reset the Bios, and take of the memory. But nothing happends? What can i do? Its the mother board? The BIOS? Or somthing else? Im a regular user PC'S.
Frankly, to tell you the truth, I don't think that the problem was the mother board, in the beginning. Now we could have some problem, if they did not warn you of how touchy it is to work with the MB. The CPU is a voltage controlled oscillator and the high rate it is running makes it give off a lot of heat and unfortunately I have not yet seen a computer that does need more cooling. The original problem, I think was a burnt out RAM memory and I suggest that we direct our attention to that point. I like to go from the easy to the more complex and difficult. I will need from you the Name of the computer, Model number, a reconfirmation of the numbers of the MB and a step by step with all detail possible of what happened. We will make a model and duplicate your problem, so when we give you answers they will not be guesses but facts. Now before you send me the stuff, I will need you to do some detective work. On the upper right corner of the MB are the RAM memory sockets with their memories. Some computers have three (3) sockets and others only two (2). Usually there are one (1) or two (2) memories and one socket is not filled unless you already filled it. Now take all memories out but one. Then you remove the #1 and place it on #2, while you put one of the ones in your hands in #1. If you have a third memory then you make it #1. Now, I almost forgot CAUTION!!! CAUTIO!!! CAUTION!!! RAM memories are susceptible to static electricity and a smigeon of that can put you out of business. you will have to discharge yourself by touching a point ground, before you touch the memory and you will renew your discharge evry time you change memories. It is a pain, bu necessary!!! To make things easier, you can get yourself a metal bracelet, attach a wire that screws to the ground. Put the braceler on your right (not the left) wrist and then you will have your hand free. NEVER try to change a memory with the computer on. You remove the power plug, just in case that they have a trickle of electricity to keep the clock running. After this you, please, let me know of the results. Meanwhile I will be doing some math about the motherboard after I get the information, but I think that the problem, in the way that it happened, it had to be one or more memories. We thank you very fevently for your consideration of our service.
My name is Constantin (arzconst)
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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