Question about ASUS A7V400-MX Motherboard
Well you didn't post what your operating system is. So I'll guess it's Win-XP. So you see the splash screen for the motherboard & thats it. I suggest you clear the cmos. With the Pc turned off, unplug the power cable from the Pc. Look in your manual on pg. 1-15. With the help of a flat tip screw driver lift the battery out of its scoket. Than you need to clear the bios to its original Mfg's. settings, by moving the the jumper from it's curren position which is set on pin 1 & 2. Changing it to pins 2 & 3. Leave this there for a few seconds. Than put the jumper back to pins 1& 2. Replace the battery. Plug in the power cord & boot the Pc. While the Pc begians run press the Delete key on the keyboard every two seconds. The Bios screen will display. You will be in the first page of the bios named Main. This is where the time & date are listed which you will need to reset. At the bottom of this window are instructions on how to navagate through the bios & how to change settings. Only you know what the motherboard is running & need to check all the setting to reflect your current devices. If your confused seek help in the manual. If your still confused inlist the help of someone that can. Once the cmos has been configured you Pc may very well boot correctly. This is only one step of what could be many depending what is holding back the system from completly booting. It's not the monitor. It works. If it didn't you would not see anything but re-check you connection between the PC's video output & monitor cable connection. Another check that must be checked. To continue I'll need to know if you are using the Intergrated UniChrom graphics card for video display or an add in card in the boards AGP slot. I'll be checking back to see if you have posted any new information.
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
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