Question about Biostar U8668D (802700113338) Motherboard
First try re-seating the memory boards. Try removing all memory boards except for dimm1 to test for bad memory chip, then replace dimm1 with other one(s) just to be sure. If problem persists, try reseating the video card and if still no go, remove all other add-in cards (except video card) and try to boot. If ok, add the cards back one at a time to determine the problem device. I had similar problem and cleared up with a new video card and another time it was a poorly seated modem card. Sometimes you also need to reset the BIOS by unplugging the power, and placing the jumper cap for your BIOS Reset or CMOS Clear (usually marked on motherboard) from 1-2 pins to 2-3 for a few seconds then return to pins 1-2 before pc restart. (pin nos. could be reversed depending on the model).
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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