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My Motherboard's 12 Volts Supply is not working
when I attach 12 volts supply to motherboard then it doesn't run

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Manufacturer of Compaq Evo Motherboard

open it up and the mother board manufacturer will be printed on the board
any mother board can be used as a replacement and if it needs replacing update it so that a later chip can be used
it is cheaper to replace the mother board , power supply , memory, chip than to buy a new computer
and hard drives are now solid state and do not have any spinning bits to fail
talk with a computer repair shop and get ideas as to how to proceed
you will probably find that with a rebuild you will save at least 25% off the price of a new store model pc and get a better unit to boot

Sep 16, 2016 | Compaq evo PC Desktops

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I have an intel desktop board d865gmr and i need a manual of it where can i download the manual of this mother board i hope you can help me thank you and GOD BLESS!

Hi Jrmteruel,

The Manual for this motherboard , is available at the below link , but you need to pay a price for it , as Intel does not seem to have a free manual for this motherboard.

Check out the below link from where you can purchase this manual , it will cost you some money , but will save your time and assure you of good reliable manual.

Hope this helps.

May 11, 2011 | Intel LAD865GMR Motherboard

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Display not giving on monitot

Completely remove the mother board. and blow warm air on all the pins and connections using hair dryer. Then check if that is working. Please ensure that all the connnections are disconnected. Make a note of connections before disconnecting them. If the issue still occurs, similar motherboards can be purchased for a low price.

Jan 01, 2011 | Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard

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My unit won't power up - power supply is good and not sure about the on switch any help would be appreciated -- motherboard is in an old HP Pavlion 700 case

Remove the little watch type battery from the mother board check the voltage with a meter should be about 3.5 volts. Then replace the battery on the mother board. This battery holds memory within the Bio chips on the mother board, if there was a problem that it sensed for turn on it will be in the Bio's memory, and maybe not allowing the computer to turn on, by removing the battery for a few minutes, the Bio's forget they had a problem, if you will. and the computer might turn on.
If you have all the voltages to the mother board from the power supply, it should turn on.
unless there is some reset circuit interfearing with it turning on. Or you might have a blown fuse on the mother board, I would check everything I could, and try everything I could, and if you still cannot get it to turn on take it to a computer shop and spend a few bucks for them to fix it.

Nov 11, 2010 | Mach Speed Matrix P4MSD-800 (P4MSD-800 D2)...

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I would like to buy a video card that is compatible with this board, what do you recommend?

it's pretty difficult to find a good video card (as you say) because it is on agp. a good option would be a nvidia 6600. it also depends on how much money you want to spend and what do you use it for.

here is a link with several agp video cards:

from the ones that are listed in the link above i would recommend you:
BFG GeForce 7300 GT / 512MB DDR2 / AGP 8x / DVI / VGA / HDTV / Video Card
it has a good price (in my opinion), it is compatible with you mother board and has good performance

I hope this helps

Dec 17, 2009 | Intel Desktop Board D865GBF (MBIND865GBF)...

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Mother board make a siren like high low tone when powering up

possibly wrong ram or ram may need to be reinserted, ram could also be faulty

Oct 30, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-8EGXDR-E Motherboard

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Very very low sound

Most of the time that I have seen this is when the old system did not require amplified ( powered ) speakers, because the amplification was done on the motherboard or sound card.

The new motherboard requires the use of amplified ( powered ) speakers.

If the speakers you are using do not have a power button/switch and a volume control, then you will need to replace your speakers.

you can probably get replacement amplifed speakers for as little as $10 at radio shack, and upwards of $200 if you want to turn your pc into an entertainment center, so it is all a matter of how much you want to spend and the quality of the sound you want to hear.

My suggestion is that if you just want to hear " you've got mail".. etc.. just get some cheap speakers and you will be fine.

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Oct 17, 2008 | Jetway V266B Motherboard

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Soltek SL-865PRO2-FGR Motherboard Problem:

Generally an FF code means either a dead board or a dead motherboard... =/

Although you may not have changed anything, motherboards can die for the strangest of reasons, and in my personal experience, this is what this means.

Nov 07, 2007 | Soltek SL-865PRO2-FGR Motherboard

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