I have recently endeavored on a pc build for my smaller siblings. I purchased an ECS 755-A2 Motherboard with all the essentials to go with. After everything is plugged in and the power button is turned on, the only thing the stupid thing does is beep and nothing shows up on the screen. What is going on? I've tried everything I know, I have even replaced HD, CPU, Graphics Card. The only thing I have not replaced is the power supply. Could that possibly be my problem?
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Yes, this can still be fix, try first to run the setup CD for your ECS motherboard to reinstall the driver for those devices...if still not fix you may need to download the latest driver for your motherboard from ECS web site and update the driver for those devices..
Why can't I install Windows XP on my S-ATA HDD by SiS964?
A: You have to copy the driver paired with the motherboard package into a floppy disc before you installing WinXP or Windows 2000 on your system, and follow the notice showed on the screen to insert the floopy disc. The system will grab the needed driver from the disc to finish the installation of S-ATA HDD automatically.
Because SiS964 was announced before than Windows XP and WinXP therefore it can't recognize it. If you want to install a whole new WinXP (or Windows 2000) on S-ATA HDD by SiS964, you need to copy the necessary driver from the directory named floopy image on your driver CD to one floopy disc. When you begin to install OS, follows the instruction to put your disc into floopy drive. After this, you will keep on installing your WinXP smoothly. If you use P-ATA HDD, you don't need to do like this.
t this off the sis.com web site what does it all mean.
on most motherboards you have to install soundcards into the top or no 1 PCI slot if you dont it wont boot up. a lot of people install thier modem in that slot if yours is it will have to be moved to the bottom slot, this should fix your problem.
the ram memory might not be compatible from your motherboard, you should have find it on the list of your motherboard manual. the manual have the list of memory cards' qualified brand. likewise, try to install this to ther slot if the problem still occurs then you may return to your vendor and inform them about the specs and kind of your motherboard and the problem you are encountering so that they will give you the right memory card to use. you can also ugrade your bios thru the internet so that you don't need to return this item.