Question about ASUS P5VD2-X Motherboard
Your motherboard is apparantly having trouble with some hardware in your system. Try to remove as much as possible connected devices, including sound cards, firewire cards, secondary graphics cards etc. Try booting now.
Start adding devices, one by one, until the PC doesn't boot anymore. Obviously, there is something worng with that device. Try connecting it to another system, see if it works. If so, try updating your motherboard BIOS and reconnecting the device. If that doesn't help either, you're kind of out of options. That device is not compatible with that system. Period.
If the device fails in the other PC as well, it's probably broken. I'd return it for warranty even if it will function with the updated BIOS anyway. It worked with the older version before, so something must be broken, even if it appears to function without trouble.
I hope this solves your problem,
PS: Becuase you said you built the system yourself, I trust you can perform all the tasks I described. If not, please contact me.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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