Question about ASUS P5RD1-V Motherboard
I am not able to successfully boot from my ASUS p5rd1-v motherboard machine. I have replaced the RAM and also replaced the CMOS battery with a brand new one and also reset the CMOS using the jumper.
Sometimes the Initial ASUS Splash screen comes and gets stuck there.
Sometimes error message comes
Floppy Controller Failure
CMOS Checksum error
Press F1 or F2
but the keyboard doesnt function.
Sometimes I am left with Blank screen.
The CMOS, which stands for complementary metal-oxide semiconductor, is
the hardware component of a computer that supports the BIOS, or basic
input output system. The two terms are often used interchangeably, and
the two technologies work together to perform the same basic function.
They maintain the low-level settings on a computer, letting the
computer know, even before the computer's operating system starts, what
kinds of hardware the computer has available, such as hard drives and
video display adapters. A special battery located on the computer's
motherboard powers the CMOS. To reset the CMOS on a Dell computer,
briefly remove and then replace the battery
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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