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No Output to monitor, no beeps, fans all OK

I have a brand new M2N-e board with brand new AMD Quad Core, new 2GB RAM, new GFX card

when i boot it just powers the fans up, the green MB light comes on but i get nothing else.

the monitor picks up a cable has been attatched so think the GFX card is OK

any ideas whats up?

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  • karanda Mar 11, 2008

    Hi,

    thanks for that, i am running a 9500 Phenom, i have tried reseating the card and resetting the CMOS, how can i update my BIOS without being able to see the screen?

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Hi karanda,
The green led on the board shows green letting you know there is power to the borad.
Does your GFX card have dual outputs? Try plugging into the other output.
If your monitor light goes from green to amber than your PCI-E is not putting out signal. Pull & re-seat video card.
Did you check Asus to see if your CPU is supported & check what bios version you may need to run CPU?
Chcek here: Check what your M2M-E supports.
http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

Your board only supports these two CPU's
Phenom 9500 (HD9500WCJ4BGD),2.2GHz,95W,SocketAM2+,Quad-Core
&
Phenom 9600 (HD9600WCJ4BGD),2.3GHz,95W,SocketAM2+,Quad-Core

You need Bios version 0802 in order to run the above CPU's.

Good Luck & kind regards!

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