Question about Biostar MCP6P-M2 Motherboard - v6.0, NVIDIA GeForce 6150, Socket AM2, MicroATX, Audio, Video, 10/100

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BEEP on start. BOOT OS but no VIDEO

The board boot and get a BEEP and boot Op. System. but no video. I try with other monitor and it work. The problem is with some monotors. I try with 3 monitors and 2 works and 2 not works. Why? can you help me please? Thanks in advance

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How many beeps. Look up beep codes. is it a award bios there are stickers or names on the chips look them up that should help maybe even drivers from biostar might help you determine the beep codes .

Could be something as simple as a memory module just not sitting proper . take out memory and reset the memory. just to be sure. or try a similar memory module. back then they never sat proper you have to wiggle them a little

i have known computers not to boot with a bad memory module.

the 6150 had alot of bad capacitors check to see if the little bottle caps are bulging out or leaking that might just be your issue. nvidia stoped making motherboards. its a shame cause I think beyond the issues with capacitors (that effected everyone in the market asus gyabyte you name it manufacture of motherboards or electronics of any kind from early 2000 on till after 2004 some time)

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SOURCE: Boots, no video signal.

First try removing the memory you installed and see if it boots normally. If that does not work then try replacing the original memory with the new memory.
If the motherboard beeps at you then look up the beep code pattern in the owner's manual. If you do not get any beeps and no video output at all then it is possible the motherboard or processor was shocked. You can try testing the motherboard with another compatible processor. If that does not work then it is likely the motherboard is bad.

Hope this helps!

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SOURCE: motherboard problems??

If all the peripherals are working in other machines then it sounds like the chipset or the bios itself would be suspect.

Did anyone Flash the bios with an upgrade?

I have a motherboard that the northbridge is affected. All components seem to work fine except no USB ports or CardBus work.

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SOURCE: No Monitor display with P4VMA-M Motherboard cpu...

good day,

have you tried unplugging and replugging the cable connecting from the monitor to the video card? if after trying that it your video card is still not functioning, try installing a separate video card in its appropriate slot and try if this will work. better yet, have it checked by a competent technician in your area to verify other possible causes of this problem.

i hope this will help

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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SOURCE: pc used to work fine but now won't boot, post or

Hi,
Check the mains power supply cable. Try to Connect with another cable. Or, the SMPS power supply unit may be at fault.

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SOURCE: my biostar g31 -m7 te motherboard does not boot

bigger problem with that!!
I Need a Answer For The Biostar -
MCP6P M2+
AMD2 board
I am useing a 430 Watt power supply
now that the onboard video from the back of the computer has broken/revoved
was removed for fire hazard risks/ was not repairable soldered broke loose from the board it was attached to made by biostar INC
I went out and bought a brand new ATi Diamond Multimedia Radeon HD 6450 pci express 512MB GDDR2
pci express card
my problem is my video is not coming up/ no post
now I did read there pdf material for my board on bio setting enabing features etc but thats only if you had the onboard video to get there first hahah
right come on lol
can you help me out here if theres a solutio
my only sollution thought of mind o knowledge where to go is
I can go buy a new board same 100 % at electronic pc store they have it take this video card back come back bio-settings with new board then return it buy the video card again then procide?? would you suggest that?????

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