Question about Intel Motherboard
My motherboard is powering up and no video and post not running normal.No beep i can hear and i have swap memories and power supply even processors.
Hi, i am pretty sure this is a bios problem! but it could be video card or monitor. put it all back the way it was-when it worked-then reset the bios-unplug the pc-take out the battery.(about the size of a coin) there should be a three prong jumper, near the battery-and move it to the two prongs that has not had the jumper on it-then push the power button- this is to discharge the power that will be stored in any components on the motherboard- the pc is must be unpluged- then wait 60 seconds and put the jumper back and the battery(see if the battery is dead first) new ones are about 4 bucks, and they last a long time. then boot up the pc!-you should also set the bios at the correct values, as it will use default settings. some hp and others default settings are fine. on custom pc's setting values will need to be set for optimal settings, for the particular hardware. if this fails, try a new video card and check the monitor also. if you know the model # and brand, you can go to the website,then download the manual. this will show you the location of everything i told you to look for. if you need further help, reply. please rate this solution. good luck! one last thought motherboards can fail, from any number of things. hope this is not the case on yours.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
please try this unplug the computer, open the case and unplug the power supply to the motherboard. now remove the video card and ensure that it is clean than put it back in the slot that it came out of. next plug in the power supply back into the mother board and plug in the computer and try to power it up and see what hapens. hopefully esd was the cause of this common problem.
hope this works for you please keep me posted on this ok?
best regards mike
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Hi and welcome to Fixya!
this means the BIOS is corrupt in your motherboard ..you have to repair it in the service center
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If the PC boots properly, then this beep is normal. It is an audio cue that the PC has passed the POST and started to boot.
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