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Why is my d8b stuck at boot up on checking nvram?

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Hi, This message "Checking NVRam" is part of the BIOS/CMOS POST even before Windows loads up. Offhand two things you can try: 1. Do a CMOS reset by temporarily moving the jumper near the battery to the opposite pair or by removing the Lithium battery for a couple of minutes or as prescribed by your motherboard's user manual; 2. If #1 is a no go, perhaps you should consider flashing your BIOS. If neither works out, it is possible that you have a hardware/motherboard problem and would require replacement. Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back with your motherboard brand/model, how things turn up or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.

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i think u are trying to upgrade ur ram with ur existing ram, if this then plz check ur old ram frequency and then select another ram with same frequency, means u have to install rams with same frequency. i hope u can understand what m i saying.

Posted on Nov 07, 2009

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The cpu of my Mackie D8b no longer recognizes the keyboard or mouse and won't boot up.This problem just started after many years of trouble free use.


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turned out to be the keyboard itself had a cable that wat broken solderd it and it worked again you can test this with a multimeter to see if the cables are still connected to the connector goodluck

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When i replace and upgrade my ecs p4vmm2 ram up to 1gb..first it enter os but when i restarting im stuck with checking nvram"..im done with re installing the usb wire,reseting cmos..unplugging...


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i think u are trying to upgrade ur ram with ur existing ram, if this then plz check ur old ram frequency and then select another ram with same frequency, means u have to install rams with same frequency. i hope u can understand what m i saying.

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Yep, same problem 30 seconds and loss of sound and led freeze, I did find this, (not that i have tried it yet, scares me opening things like this up, but let me know if it works
http://forums.mackie.com/scripts/forum/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=007783;p=3#000075

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Do you know where the lithium battery is located on that motherboard?

Replace it and reset your BIOS.

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