Question about MSI 770G45 Motherboard
The video doesn't display.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Power for a split second
I think that your problem is either to do with the power supply, not putting out the same amount of power as your previous PSU, so therefore i reckon to start checking your power supply ratings and usage ratings on both PSUs and then evaluate whether the new one is the right one for your machine, it could be beneficial to try using your previous power supply in the case that you have transferred the components into. If this still has the same effect as what you are getting then i would guess that you have either a short circuit from the motherboard to the chassis, or your PSU is not grounded, and therefore an open or incomplete circuit is formed. This will explain why you only receive power for a split second.
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Posted on Apr 11, 2008
Hi this is tech crazy
The solution to the problem is as follows
The main reason for CPU fan overworking or not working is due to the load we put on the syatem while operating.So,the first reason for fan not working may be due to the SMPS malfunctionality.Better check out for it.The reason if fan is working but Overworking is due to viruses is system.So go in for format
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Posted on Feb 04, 2009
SOURCE: no post to bios on new pc build
FIRST....... Make sure you remove the stock thermal compund (pasty/sticky stuff) from the bottom of the heat sink as well as from the top of the cpu.........
Second APPLY some ARCTIC SILVER 5 compound-ust a thin coat of it over the top of the cpu......use an old credit card.....keep it ff the sides and bottom though......it's important not to use too much........one little tube will do anywhere from 3 to 5 CPUs...!!!
(stock thermal paste/thermal compunds......**** BADLY and can cause a cpu to burn up)
reseat (properly) the cpu and carefull
Now make sure you're 24 pin or 20+4Pin Power connectors are connected, as well as your fans..........disconnect all your SATA Devices, and remove everything but the video card , CPU, and fans.......Now it should post (if all your jumpers are set correctly...........
IF it still doesn't post, remove the video card and reboot.
If it doesn't beep at all......... You have one of 2 things.........A DEAD CPU, or a DEAD MOBO
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
You motherboard has onboard video. It's possible it needs to be disabled and the option changed to use the pci or pci-express slot for the Ati card you installed. Since you have no post error beeps this is the best place to start. Also I had built a system not to long ago and had a similar problem. Resetting the cmos on the motherboard (usually a pin combo) solved the issue.
Start by hooking up your vga cable to the onboard video.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
have a problem with v1.5 a6566ims always ask if in start setting bios date month and year, and the second when the computer restarted there was no display on the monitor even though I have changed battere, VGA or memory, whether the BIOS has been damaged? what should i do please help. thanks
Posted on Oct 21, 2010
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