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Re: Mother Board Problem
Is the color of your led monitor orange?if on yes ,try to on the numlock key, if the led idicator lite ,check your video card by replacing it with new one. but if the numlock indicator not lite on when you press the numlock key,check your memory by replacing a new memory.
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Re: Mother Board Problem
Hmmm... Where to start......
Discounting the possibility of a faulty monitor, (I am assuming that you have tested this, either by trying a different monitor or checking the monitor is working on a different PC (Either yours or someone elses that you know)). it sounds like your PC is not booting through BIOS..., this can be caused by all sorts of things, from faulty Power supply to Faulty MEM or even a faulty PCI or graphics card....
The first thing (except the monitor) that I would check is the Power supply.. if you can get your hands on a spare power supply that is the first thing to test (by replacing).
If that does not resolve it's a case of systematically removing all other possible causes of the fault (IE remove all PCI cards and Drives, not removing the Graphics card or MEM.
if the fault persists with all these things done you have diagnosed that the fault lies with the motherboard the CPU or the memory.
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Hi friends , It is *********** board problem,Because the over heating. Go to bios and set the FAN control disable. If same problem Change the CPU FAN . If the problem same . You will think, the censer of the mother board, has damaged and that's why,censer of the mother board think that CPU is cross the temperature limit. It is the main reason.You need another mother board,sorry to say you.
First check your num lock led if it on and off when you press num lock key then your cpu is ok. Then therer is issue with monitor to cpu loose connection or Screen resolution problem. For that when you power up press F8 key then enter in enable vga mode.then go to control panel and dispaly then settings then change screeen resolution to 1024*768 then apply and ok. Aslo reconnect connection from monitor to cpu vga port. Also check in bios some times your harddisk is not detected proeprly. If problem still remains open cpu cabinet and reconnect data cable and power cable to harddisk. Refix RAM memory. Pull cmos cell for 15 minutes then check. Thanks for using fixya. Pls rate solution if it help you .
Sir; I need a recap from you. You talk about one computer or many. We are only to help the final consumer and his advisor. You have gone to the CPU and took it out of socket? Do you have any special heat conducting grease to apply? Don't turn on the computer until you replace the heat transfer compound from the CPU Chip to the heat sink. Your CPU may commit suicide because of you. Anyway, I have one trick that you should check. Bypass the AC switch, not just the button, but bypass the AC, so that the Power Supply has 110 VAC all the time. There is a protection in the low voltage switch button, that, at times it false triggers (or there is a need to shut off because of an overload). When you turn on the computer, stand by with your hand on the plug to pull it, since the idea is to avoid burning up the Power Supply. If this does not work, get back to me but, please, with more descrete information. Thank you for considering our service... My name is Constantin (arzconst)
H! Please check the lock of your processor. If it is tight or loose. If it is loose then it is the one causing the mother board no to function properly. You must tighten it to make it stable. After checking and it is not the reason for the malfunctioning of the system. Try to remove your CMOS battery and then clean, and remove also your memory card in the mother board and clean. Return it after cleaning and then close the CPU and turn it on. During the booting process strike the delete key to enter into bios set up. Adjust the time/ date settings to your current time. Press F10 then enter. wait for the CPU to process.
Please post any comment if it was solve so that I can give you more option if it does not solve your problem.
No signal means, monitor has not been connected. (for crt s) and, on startup (for lcd s) . Easiest solution should be, PLEASE REMOVE AND PLACE THE RAM TIGHTLY AGAIN. i hope, it will solve the problem, if you have recently traveled with your cpu.
Dear user, this problem can be coused by many things. 1, The memory you have installed is not compatible with your system. 2, Power supply failure. 3, Contact issue between the socket and the module.
Take a brush and clean the sockets. Power on your computer without the memory modules, if you hear beep it could be a health signal :D. Power off the system. Clean your memory module pins with alachol or other cleaner liquid. Wail till it dry, inster it back to the socket and move a little ud and down to catch ancontact.
Power on and now shold be work fine.
If this ain't works. Try other brand of memory, kingmax or kingston. They usually shipps with 99 of good modules from 100.
What is the color of light on the monitor or is it not turned ON at all?
- Check the cable connecting the monitor to the CPU...unplug it from the CPU and replug it
- try a different monitor if you have one
please revert back with any other observations