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My motherboard won't boot up. the fans don't come on, hard drive spins up. no vga output to monitor. cpu is getting power. does anyone have the mobo jumper settings?

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  • wackywoofa Feb 08, 2010

    I swapped cpu's, and power supply. I know I'm getting good voltage. Just seems weird that the cpu fan won't spin up. Checked fans on another HP and all is well. My other question concerns what are jp5 jp6 used for on the mobo? And what are the correct settings for them? Thanks in advance. By the way I'm not a newbie to this. I've been working with computers since 1976. Thanks again.



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Checking your motherboard specifications, I see that it has an onboard graphics card. I couldn't understand what jumper settings do you need. You mean you want to restore the CMOS settings to factory defaults? Did you disable the motherboard's onboard graphics to install a different graphics card?

Please answer these questions so that I can help you with your problem.

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Hi.

If the motherboard does not start at all, usually it is not just a matter of jumpers.

Here the motherboard manual and other resources for the model posted in title.

If that does not work, try starting the motherboard with a minimal set of devices. One memory stick, PSU, CPU and Heathsink, and only the on off switch. Connect the Video adapter if you need to use a PCI or AGP adapter instead of the integrated chipset. Ensure also that both the PSU connectors are well plugged, and that the heathsink fan is plugged.
Ensure that all screws holding the motherboard to chassis are in place. They allow grounding. If they are not well in place, some motherboard may no start (most will even start with no screw, but that is not a good way to proceed).

If still no luck, then either motherboard or CPU is faulty.

Regards.

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