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ASUS P5S8000-VM/S no bios screen no beeps

I have removed all cards hard drives memory and processor leaving just power,keyboard,mouse and monitor connected will not boot into bios or show any screen or beep.
Purchased another board but does same replaced power supply but still no screen or beeps

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Hi,
From the description of the problem, it seems that either the power switch of your PC or the power supply cable is faulty. Also, please let us know if the motherboard LED is glowing or not. Do reply for more assistance.

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Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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Asus P5RD1-VM. Auto-power up, not boot sound and cannot power off


First of all you want to reset your BIOS. Instructions on how to do this can be found in the manual which is provided in the following link, the manual calls it "Clear RTC RAM" which is on page 35. While you are inside the computer, make sure all cables/connections are firmly seated.

Manual:
http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket775/P5RD1-VM/e2440_p5rd1-vm.pdf

If this fails to clear up your boot issue, you need to go a little further into the computer. Make sure your computer is off and unplugged from the wall before continuing.

Next you need to remove ANY hardware that is not needed to boot. This means any add-on cards (expansion cards), hard drive, RAM, video card, CD/DVD drive, USB devices, firewire devices, speakers/microphones, keyboard and mouse.

After they are all disconnected, try booting. If it acts the exact same as it did before, you have to go further into the computer again. If it does something different, one of the components you removed was causing your boot problem. Replace them one by one, trying to boot between each component you hooked back up, I would first start with the RAM.

But, if the computer still does nothing upon boot, you need to bench test it. This means you remove the motherboard from the case and set it on a hard non-conductive surface (kitchen table or a work bench). Then you hook up the Power Supply correctly and attempt another boot. If now you hear beeps from the motherboard, your motherboard had somehow shorted to your computer case.

If you still get no beeps, your problem is either the motherboard or your CPU (processor). To narrow it down between those two, put your processor in another computer to see if it works.

If you go through all of those steps and get nothing, I would be looking mostly at the motherboard.

Hope this helps.

Jul 21, 2010 | ASUS P5RD1-VM Motherboard

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Does not boot


To exclude a possible short, remove the MB from the case and place MB on to a couple phone books thats covered with a non static MB bag. Connect power supply, keyboard, mouse, primary hard disk drive, monitor and internal speaker. Also leaving CPU/heatsink assembly and memory connected.
Short the power-on pins by using a pen. See page
1-34 in you're manual, PWR BTN. If the system boots ok than there was a short with the MB while in the case. If the system does not boot than the MB is bad or the bios needs flashed. Keep the MB out of the case and follow the instructions on page 2-2 section 2.1.1
Link to Asus; http://usa.asus.com/Search.aspx?SearchKey=P5RD1-VM

Hope you find this helpful!
Mike

May 08, 2010 | ASUS P5RD1-VM Motherboard

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I have no signal to my monitor. The asus motherboard is now unavailable. It means changing motherboard, processor and memory. is it worth it? Can I salvage my hard drive if I buy a new tower system...


If you have no signal to your monitor, ther are generally three parts that can cause this: the monitor, the DVI/VGA cable (from PC to monitor) or the graphics card. If I were you I'd try to replace those first, then the motherboard. I'm sure there still are socket 939 motherboards out there, so you will not have to replace memory or processor. Just let someone at a local computer store take it apart, install the hardware on a new motherboard, put the harddisk in the system and reinstall Windows.
(the latter because drivers for the old motherboard may conflict with the new ones. If you don't have any problems with that, don't)

I hope this helps,
Yannick.

Oct 15, 2009 | ASUS A8N-VM Motherboard

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I have the same problem


Dear! If monitor showes power but not showes display its means that monitor requires heat and it very better if you can give sun-rays. I assure your monitor will work if you do that for 4 hours. Check your monitor sepreatly with another system or computer if it works that means your VGA card not supported so you should change your VGA card but first check your monitor.
Thank You

Jul 30, 2009 | ASUS P5RD1-VM Motherboard

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A display problem in my Acer desktop pc


techguru 2009: First thing disconnect all power. Remove all drives (hard drive, CD/DVD, Floppy). Then remove all PCI cards. Also slowly remove the Memory cards. You should only have the motherboard w/processor and the power supply connected, do not connect the monitor or mouse\keyboard. If you have a CMOS battery also remove it. Careful turn the power on, you should hear several beeps. That is letting you know that there is no memory installed. Turn power off disconnect power cord. Slowly install the memory cards, keyboard, mouse, monitor. If you have a pci video card install it now. Turn power on. you should see the bios loading then error message there is no disk or operating syste. turn power off and start connecting one device at a time so your bios can recognize it. This should let you know if you have faulty hardwareby isolating each install. If you still have problems let me know.

Jan 30, 2009 | AcerPower FV PC Desktop

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I have asus MB P5PE-VM in ,y computer. After using it for sometime it there was no more video display. the monitor indicate no signal. No beep sound. only the hard drive indicate that it is busy due to...


Have you tried another monitor? Have you tried reinstallng the videodriver? 
If none of that works your model has an AGP 8 video card slot(Advanced Graphics Port). Purchase a AGP card and it wil come with the driver. Turn off the "onboard graphics: in the BIOS setup screen and you off and running again.

Asus link is to *********** board. http://www.asus.com/search.aspx?searchitem=1&searchkey=P5PE-VM

Jan 29, 2009 | ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard

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Problem starting up my computer


Is the PC Beeping at the end of the POST ( power on self test)
It should beep just before the bios screen appears(this is the screen which lists all the installed cards etc in the system along with the hard drives and the various other parameters) if not, it is not completeing or even starting the POST.
You may have a critical error so make sure ALL cards and RAM chips are fully and correctly installed.( touch a bare metal part of the chassis BEFORE touching anything inside the case)
If you still have probs, did you touch a part of the bare metal chassis BEFORE you touched anything else?
You may have spiked the board with static discharge.

Jul 04, 2008 | ASUS P5PE-VM Motherboard

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Processor issue? bios/motherboard?


First, Pull the hard drive. If the hard drive shorts out it can cause all sorts of problems. Generally it detects Hdd before mouse and keyboard.

Apr 18, 2008 | Averatec 3200 Notebook

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Motherboard


I would start by process of elimination.
  1. Disconnect power cord
  2. open case
  3. remove button cell battery from motherboard
  4. press power on button to dissipate any stray voltage.
  5. re-install button cell battery.
  6. re-connect power cord
  7. power up pc.
If everything powers up ok and you get a CMOS checksum error, then enter bios set date,time etc. and go.

if the power on self test comes on and still no keyboard,mouse,video etc and no beeps. It may be your board or the processor.

Mar 27, 2008 | ASUS A8N-E Motherboard

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Motherboard detects nothing


anniegms, I had the same problem with a new Asus board running a Dual Core Duo Quad processor. The boards BIOS was not updated to handle the Dual Core Duo yet. I had to switch processors to a P4. Use a different PC to make a BIOS update disk. Update the BIOS and switch processors back. But I had all the same symptoms of yours. However I did/do have a PCI-E XFX Fatality (Nvida) based graphics card. I would check or swap processors, it sounds like the board is waking up but not the processor. Just my thoughts.... PCdok

 

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