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How do i access the bios of a p4ma motherboard?

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Hold del at the boot up when you first push the power button.
instructions on how to access it are on screen briefly at the bottom in boot up mode before it gets to the operating system. in some cases it it f8 to access it

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Jumper identification


I don't see it,

http://www.via.com.tw/download/mainboards/4/8/P4MA-Pro.jpg

I DO see what looks to be a jumper cap, in-between IDE 1 and DIMM 2; BUT only in this photo,

http://www.ebay.com/itm/VIA-EPIA-P4MA-Pro-Celeron-2GHZ-Motherboard-Tested-512MB-CPU-Warranty-/250955461946?pt=Motherboards&hash=item3a6e1c753a

Reddish/Orange in color. (Use mouse zoom in feature)

I'm also looking dead at the Motherboard Manual, and do not see it shown, or listed,

http://www.via.com.tw/en/products/mainboards/others/p4ma_pro533.jsp#manuals

On the middle/left side, where in blue it has in a list;
BIOS
Drivers
Manual,

Click on Manual.

(It's a PDF file. The computer you are using now has Adobe Reader on it, which uses PDF files.

ORDINARILY it takes maybe 20 seconds tops, to download a PDF file. This one took almost 2 minutes!
Letting you know in case you do not see anything happening.
I just waited on the blue download progress bar.

Do you have the Clear CMOS jumper, down by the VIA southbridge chip?
It's right above, and in-between the USB 3 and 4 header, and the Front Panel header.

Post back in a Comment.

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either you have bought an incompatable chip for the mother board. or your power supplie is not powerfull enough I know this sounds stupid but it happened to me when I upgraded to a P4 3.6 quad core I installed the lot and it wouldnt start up I had a good power supply too Get your self at least a 500 watt PSU

Hope this helps

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Hi there
Go to this support website, select your model motherboard and download the drivers you need:

http://support.octek.com.au/products/mainboards/P4/Intel/mb_p4_i_74.htm

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GeForce4 MX 420 Video Card


First question: Are you sure you have a PCI card?
there are several points here:
Make sure you have the monitor connected to the correct output on your computer. (In this case to the output of the graphics card, not to your onboard output)
If you have a PCI card set bios to PCI
Setting it to AGP means the computer is looking for a graphics card in you AGP-slot on you motherboard.

I cannot help thinking, that you actually have a AGP card in a AGP slot and that you computer is not working on onboard, but on AGP. But you can check which graphics device is used, in display properties (right-click Desktop, Properties, Settings)

Please post some feedback

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