Question about Foxconn 6150BK8MC-KRSH Motherboard
Just installed and the monitor won't turn on
I had this problem.. I had a graphics card and my monitor was plugged into it. it would load windows boot screen then would go black, if i switched monitor to the motherboard instead of my graphics card it would work. The solution was in the BIOS make sure it is set to run off your graphic card or motherboard depending what it is plugged into. hope this helps
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
The problem that I encountered was the following;I had the PC function great untill I switch the case, which at that point it refused to turn on. I could tell that the motherboard was recieving power becuase all of the fans turned on. Very strange... Here is the configuaration.
1 GB of memory in slot 1
430 Watt power Supply
Hard Drive connected to SATA 1 on the motherboard
DVD ROM connected to main IDE slot
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
Verify all of the power supply connections have been made. Also, verify the RAM is properly seated. You might also try moving the RAM to other slot(s).
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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