Question about Matsonic MS8137C Motherboard

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Computer problem i reset cmos and know i have no video feed

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  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    yes it is a video card

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    how long do i let computer run when i pull video out

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    mother board is a matsonic ms81837c

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    i heard no beeps and it didnt work still no video

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    it has no onboard port i did everything you said and still no video

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    its a grey slot and it can only go into one

    everything was working fine till i reset cmos jumper

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    the card itself has a s video slot on it and the monitior slot

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    samsung k4d261638e-tc40

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    tired reseting screen nothing

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    got me what kind it is how do you tell?

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    i didnt add ram

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    i didnt pull battery i just reset cmos jumper then put back in normal

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    video card says fcce on it like the mother board does

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    oka

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    yes processor fan spins and so does battery fan

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    cp fan and everything works good im going to pull battery and see if that works

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    i pulled battery and im waiting now couple of minutes

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    still nothing and tried fan thing

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    i always cut power before touching anything on board.my freind told me to always do that

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    i have 3 other socket a boards and yesterday i hooked them all up and resest cmos on them too and the same exact thing happend no video

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    i figured it has to has something to do with the socket a boards theres gotta be some easy way to fix this.if it did it to all 3 of my boards then shurly its done it to other ones

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    this realy sucks

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    you still there

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    well you know of any web sites that deal with matsonic boards

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    i have 3 different video cards i can use and i tried all 3 with the same results

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    oka ill let you research

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    find anything

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    i lot

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    by the way my mouse and keyboard arnt working either

  • texdave29 Jan 18, 2008

    any things at once

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I have a procesor socketA AMD Athlon XP 2500 and a motherboard Matsonic MS8137C(+). Now the CPU is 1466Mhz. Before that CPU has a 1100Mhz. I selected jumper JMP to 133Mhz. I wait a solution please. My memory is DDR 256 100Mhz

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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    Stan Mihai Jul 19, 2008

    Tell me please I must change bios, memory or motherboard?

    I'm afraid change BIOS because the memory is not compatible like CPU (133Mhz)

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So u did before ? what slots u have agp pci pci express ? and what one uusing ? what mobo

Posted on Jan 18, 2008

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    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    could pull video out

    boot up then shut down hold power button in after u here sum beats then re put back in video what model video also does it need to be pluged in also or cheaper card or is it onbord video ?

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    well what video card man and what mobo need more onfo if u wanthelp ok i can ghuess

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    but wont help need to knew what mobo u have and video model /

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    try takling the card out 1st turn on with out it in then off then back innn ?

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    30 sec

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    try the back port if it has onbord also try that out put with your dvi plug or 15 pin blue vga plug in back ok of onbord video maby it defulted back to that

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    then once u see set bios to agp or whatever u use pci ect ?

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    ok now u sure u dont have onbord video also will the card only go in one slot ? brown one or

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    how did u reset bios also battery out and in ? or jumpers on 2-3 pin

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    will that video only go in one mobo slot ? agp or pci express do u know

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    is it a hi end card u plug in ? try differt 4 pin plug on it push it in good to mobo

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    ok longer grey new computer pci express what model video card uusing

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    re set screen

    turn off your screen and back on once lol

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    out put u meen ya i know i meen what style is it to mobo agp 8x or pci were u plug it into mobo what slot do u know what model video

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    is that ati then or nvidia chipset

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    did u add ram ? try it with one stick of ram if not try other stick closest to cpu use that soekt for ram ok 1st dimmm k

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    Did you have the computer unplugged when you pulled the bios battery? Turning it off isn't enough. You have to unplug it and remove the battery. 15 seconds will be more than long enough

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    when u pull battery u upluged it corect ? main power pull it out

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    says on video card sumtiems ati or do u rember what video card driver uused

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    pull battery and unplug it as u do for few min ok

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    does your cpu fan spin ????? if not that could def do it

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    sounds like the CPU Fan detection is shutting down the pc. either the cpu
    fan is no longer reporting RPM feedback correctly or something like that.
    the trick is to have a fan that has good RPM feedback hooked up long enough
    to get into the bios and disable the fan detection on the PC Health screen

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    even tho it works good doesnt meen its good ok bad sensor try anther fan pluged into that fan 3pin out

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    u pulled power off it also coreect must pull main balck power cord off back as u do ok

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    yes im stil here thinking reserching for u give me a min do u have pci video card u can test it off that get in bios to set back to agp ??? that may do it

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    ya im looking was busy for min on a labtop i had come in

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    pull main psp from mobo once 20 pin main conecter u know for min then back in also

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    do u have differt power reset the all ram and maby reset cpu chip

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 18, 2008

    try anther battery in cmos 3v k from anther computer ok

  • nick helpap
    nick helpap Jan 19, 2008

    might be mad mobo that model dint find anything else is it growned well all screws tight to mobo to case

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