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http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=qWmZUAdNKeozTOXb&templete=2 What I would try is to uninstall all Asus software and go to the above link. The link has a download tab where you can enter you operating system and it will give you the drivers for your board. It Has an Intel H55 chipset. so amke sure thats updated as well. I don't know how you have the board hhoked to the moniter/lcd but make sure it's plugged in when you download. If you have some sort of control center or place where you can look at what moniter the board is recognizing you may have to click on the moniter you want to use. Whenever you change the video output, you have to resatrt each time you change, then look at moniters recognized. If you have system restore, you may have to hook it up the way it was when(?) working then try to change outputs. Asus does have support. You may try http://usa.asus.com/. Telephone (510)739-3777
Sure, a motherboard can be a dud out of the box like any other part. If you have a known good power supply, processor and memory installed, and the machine doesn't boot and you have no video, the only thing left is a non-working motherboard. Return it to the vendor and get it exchanged as defective.
Hi there. No i doubt its the chipset but rather the system memory. Pull the power cord from the back, open the side panel, get a clean dry soft paintbrush, take out the system memory and clean the brass pins and the ram slots of any dust that may have built up, then reseat the memory making sure it clips into place nice and tight and try to boot the computer up again. If you still get beeps count how many there are and if they are long or short and post back here.
try these two alternatives: 1.try to clean or change the slot of the memory 2. check on th power supply you put on your motherboard for the new board there are the socket for the power to be placed on the otherboard