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Won't run POST

If the machine won't run a POST is it an indication of throuble with the motherboard or processor ? Debug led shows FF.

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Re: Won't run POST

Mobo battery is batery in video card try pci differt video 1 pice ram or the other power grounded well with all screws

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Help my dell is not displaying but the front led is showing the power light on CPU but is not displaying on the monitor and i have used working RAM on the Computer but the problem is the same, kindly help...

If you do not hear a post beep sound, then you may have an issue with the motherboard and/or processor. I suggest you either take it in for repair or replace yourself

If you hear the post beep sound, then listen for the sequence of beeps. This should indicate what is wrong with the machine. Generally(Note: these may be different with motherboard and/or bios type).
  • sequential long beeps indicate RAM issues
  • 1 long followed by two short indicate a display adapter issue

Mar 23, 2015 | Dell (E210882) Motherboard

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ASUS Motherboard M4A88T-V EVO/USB3 won't post

Specs say it is a dual channel platform for the memory slots. It requires two DIMMs to take advantage of this, but you would have double check the manual if it will run with a single DIMM.

Feb 04, 2013 | ASUS Motherboards

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No debug LED show on my flaming blade gti

If your PSU give wrong voltage it produce same problem with 2 solution:
1-test your PSU
put a wire between green and black and voltage must be:
yellow 12V, red/purple/gray 5V, orange 3.3V.
If your PSU give under voltage (more than -10%):Buy a new one and test your motherboard(mb) with it (in this case there aren't a lot of chance that your mb and/or your CPU are dead)
If your PSU give good voltage:(-10% / +5%):There are a lot of chance that is you mb or CPU
If your PSU give over voltage:Buy a new one and test your motherboard with it (in this case there are a lot of chance that your mb or/and your CPU are dead)

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Intel D945GCNL has no display though ram, hard disk,power supply, processor is fine


Provided you have checked out the simple stuff; monitor, AND monitor cable, suggestion would be to install a graphics card, and connect the monitor to it.

You won't have THE drivers for the graphics card installed yet, as you have no display, but you should get a display you can see well enough, to install the drivers.

I do need to ask a few questions before this is done, however.

1) Do you know the Power Supply is good?
Your LED lights may light, fans may spin, and it may sound like the harddrive is spinning, but the Processor may not be on.


A) IF, all of the LED lights were on at once, they would use less than 1 Watt of power.

B) EACH fan uses 2 to 3 Watts of power.

C) A typical Processor can use 51 to 125 Watts of power. Just depends on what Processor it is.

{ The Intel D945GCNL mobo has an LGA 775 processor socket.
Front Side Bus support is 800MegaHertz.

The motherboard chipset is an Intel 945GC (Part number 82945GC)
Can use up to an Intel Core2 Duo processor, with a 800MHz FSB.
These processors can use up to 65 Watts.

I'll go with the chipset info, and not the stated 1066MHz support,

Stated facts from Intel, }

2) How do you know the;
A) Processor
B) Harddrive
C) Ram Memory
D) Power Supply
,is fine?

Connected them/it to another working motherboard? Won't work with the harddrive, unless Windows Activation screen comes up, and then the harddrive will be for THAT motherboard, and not the original one.

Post back in a Comment.


May 21, 2012 | Intel D945GCNL Motherboard

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I flashed the bios on my Asus motherboard M2N-E, and then replaced the processor with a quad. Cleared the cmos and now the computer won't post? What do I need to do to get it up and running again?

Try to put back the old procie, if it runs again that means the new procie is not compatible with board.
Read the manual for the compatibilty issue for your MoBo.
Tell me if it works.

Nov 17, 2011 | ASUS M2N-E SLi Motherboard

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Hi, got an AMD computer with an Epox EP-8KTA3 PRO motherboard with Apollo bios.It will boot,but wont load O/S and the fault code LED's show FF. I am trying to find a manual to interpret the fault code and...

I have an EP-8KTA3PRO, Code FF on the LED means "System Booting" the BIOS has passed all Post checks and control has been passed to the Operating system. It stays at FF as long as machine is on and operating system is running. I would suggest the problem is with the operating system, or possibly hard drive corruption? Do you get any error messages on the screen after the Bios checks? you say it does boot? Never Flash the Bios unless absolutely necessary.
Just in case you get it working you may be interested to know that the manual insists 1GB is maximum memory but that is a lie, I have just installed 1.5GB (3 x 512MB) which is the true maximum. But it ONLY recognises the full 1.5GB if you populate DIMM 0,1, and 3 - leave DIMM 2 empty.
Good Luck

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Intel D815EEA: Won't Boot / Blank Screen / Three Beeps

3 short beeps means Base 64K RAM failure.

try to replace the RAM.

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EliteGroup ECS AMD690GM-M2

get a debug card, put in the pci slot, put the processor, memory, hdd keyb, mouse on the place, double check it..turn on the power , read the last post code that for the blink of the 3 keyb lamp during power on...if there is no blink..then your o/b vga not initialized by the bios and (maybe) reading the other exp slot.
if there is a blink then check your monitor and cabling..record the last post code that display on the debug card (POST code display card), shutdown then remove all your device except for processor,ram,debug card , vga(if any external)...turn on the power again..did the post code is different or its the same with the last time?
shutdown,remove the ram, and vga (if any ext vga)..power up again (with only debug card and proc) did the code display the same or no ?
remove the proc and still with the debug card inserted in the slot..power up...what in the display?same?
you should be able to diagnose that..may be the proc (code 00 C0 C1 C2 ), may be the ram...maybe your o/b vga was dead..maybe your bios rom was still have bug (ECS ??=>does have a 2-3 years i right?)
UDIN (indonesia)

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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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