Hi, I have recently replaced my my mother board, processor, video card, and power supply in my computer. My pc started fine and I began installing all of my drivers. after 4 minutes my computer rebooted on its own. I then started installing my drivers again. 4 min. later same thing. after numerous repeated attempts my pc now will not even let me enter the bios. It freezes and will not enter the bios or any other program. I have also made repated attempts to reset my motherboard by following the instructions that came with the motherboard, still no avail. any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Hi, what you have not tested for isolation is your power supply, re-seating of processor for 20 minutes, cmos clearing or battery removal and mother board swapping. If all your isolation seems futile the worst is the mother board.
Hello, You may be able to get a model number and manufacture off the graphics/video card. Then go to manufacture web site and do a search for the model # and driver. Hopefully this will help. Let me know and maybe we can try something else. If you can't find driver give me Model and Manufacture. Thanks
It looks like your mother board is old one. If so clean it with IPA solution (Iso propyl alcohol). Replace the processor.Then try again.
You can also try changing your Video card. That can cause problems if not seated properly.
If nothing works get your motherboard serviced.
1st,try inserting other memory module...if you still get nothing, there is only 2 major problem there.it may be your processor since amd's are heat sensitive or its your motherboard that's faulty...most commonly the BIOS may be corrupt.
Sounds like your board has some issues (might of even caused your power supply to fail) try unplugging all IDE devices, removing pci slotted cards and anything else plugged into the board so you are only left with the Motherboard, Processor and Memory. Try to start the board now to see if one of your devices was causing the problem. If the board now comes on, try installing the devices back one by one to see which one is causing the problem. If that still doesn't work, try to further test your possible to see if they are working correctly. If all that fails, your board is probably the cause and needs to be replaced. Good Luck.