Question about Intel D915PCY Motherboard
Nothing happens when I push the power button... no lights, no fans, no nothing. Eventually, if I push the button repeatedly (could be up to 50 times), the computer will power up. Found that if I remove the network card from the motherboard, computer will power up on the first push of power button every time. New network card produced same results. Moving card to another PCI slot also didn't help. Do you think the motherboard has a problem?
Your problem should be solved with a new board.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
Wll it could be your pci controller is damaged.. (In thic case the only solution is to buy a new board)
Or you bios might need flashing..
Unplug your system
Open up the system,
put back in your network card
remove the battery on the main board
hit the power button 7 times
replace the battery
plug it back in and try to boot now
When it boots, you need to enter the setup and load your default settings then save and exit..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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