Question about MSI KT4V (MS-6712) Motherboard
I recently had a burnout on my power supply which I replaced. On bootup, I received a continuous beep. Award BIOS says this means a memory error. I replaced the RAM (PC2700 333mHz 184 pin x 2). Still get the same error. My floppy doesn't come on upon bootup either. I can only figure my motherboard was damaged when the power supply burned out. Has anyone had any experience with the above problem and error on screen saying my video card is not connected to the power cable. Yes, the card is firmly installed, removed and reinstalled, same with the RAM, the power supply runs fine and is much nicer than the original one. I have shorted the BIOS jumper and even removed and reseated the battery. Before I buy a new motherboard, I want to know it someone thinks that is indeed the problem.
I had a similar problem but then later discovered it was one of my 256mb ram modules.i thought the motherboard was just problematic until one day i just had enough so i took the whole thing apart. cleaned every inch of that board(i usualy clean my pcs every month)very thorough.put everything back except the ram.i thought one of the slots might be blown.but nope.well just say i played around with the ram and then finally discovered that.okay.hope this helps:)
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
Remove your video card uninstall if you ugraded this and temporarily use the on board then switch on. this way you can determine if your motherboard is also having a problem if you hear a beep beep sound your ram memory shold be taken out clean it then transfer to other slot.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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