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I completely understand. But why would you not tell someone you don't know or your not sure. Bad info is as bad or worse then no information. I guess one bad inappropriate deserves another. cheers.

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Motherboard model troubleshooting


troubleshoot motherboard


Back up everything possible on your hard drive.

If you're experiencing hardware issues, this is a luxury you might not have.


Keep backup files on an alternate data storage system to avoid data loss during hardware problems.


Notice the issue and reproduce it so you're aware of where the symptom manifests itself.

Isolate the problem.


If the system isn't getting power, make sure it's not the power cord or wall outlet before you try a different motherboard.


If everything is trying to run but not actually able to, check for loose parts on the motherboard before you replace it.


Remove all of the hardware that isn't actually necessary to make the computer function before you can narrow down the causes for your problem to the motherboard.


Ensure that all cards and memory units installed on your motherboard are securely in place and that each is making a good connection.

This can be accomplished by removing each component, blowing out the socket with compressed air and replacing the components.


Try another compatible motherboard in your machine once you've eliminated all other potential problems.

If it works with the alternate motherboard, replace the old one.


hope this helps

Oct 11, 2012 | Intel Computers & Internet

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My motherbord is not on


Back up everything possible on your hard drive.

If you're experiencing hardware issues, this is a luxury you might not have.


Keep backup files on an alternate data storage system to avoid data loss during hardware problems.


Notice the issue and reproduce it so you're aware of where the symptom manifests itself.

Isolate the problem.


If the system isn't getting power, make sure it's not the power cord or wall outlet before you try a different motherboard.


If everything is trying to run but not actually able to, check for loose parts on the motherboard before you replace it.


Remove all of the hardware that isn't actually necessary to make the computer function before you can narrow down the causes for your problem to the motherboard.


Ensure that all cards and memory units installed on your motherboard are securely in place and that each is making a good connection.

This can be accomplished by removing each component, blowing out the socket with compressed air and replacing the components.


Try another compatible motherboard in your machine once you've eliminated all other potential problems.

If it works with the alternate motherboard, replace the old one.


hope this helps

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I have a Samsung syncmaster 2233ws monitor every time I turn my monitor on it stays on for about 2 to 3 seconds and then it goes black I checked all of the capasitors on the mother board and they all...


I would still lean toward the computer being the issue. A lot of newer monitors will pop up something like "no signal" for 2-3 seconds and then enter power saving mode by default. If your getting at least this for a few seconds I would say the computer isn't working. Please note a computer can still have fans and lights going and still be bad. If you have lights and/or fans going I would start by replacing the power supply on the computer.
The easiest thing to do to narrow a problem down is rule out as much as you can. For the monitor if you have another computer, laptop or a friends laptop hook up the monitor to it and test. Monitor works then you have narrowed your issue to your computer. If the monitor still isn't working (you need to toggle the display generally on laptops [fn + F7] usually) then you know its the monitor.
By the way Samsung generally has a 5 year warranty on monitors.
If you have ruled out the monitor and power supply I would then try the following
  • If you have a dedicated graphics card, remove it and plug monitor into on-board video. If it works you know its the graphics card if it doesn't then it's most likely your motherboard.
  • Also can try completely unplugging the computer (pull power cord for 30 seconds) computers don't really turn all they way off usually they sit in S5 power mode)
  • Can also try pulling (if you have more than 1 stick of ram) pull all but one out and try powering on, repeat for each stick until it works. I have seen bad memory prevent computers from booting
Comment back if you need further assistance

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I was installing an ide hdd when i booted the start up said something wasn't in its place...when i shut down the bios get stuck on the bios f12 f9 del page.. is there a solution to this ??? i tried...


Hi, for a start you can download a manual from here:

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=1903#dl

Try to check the bios again in the boot options.
The first HD has to be set as master and the second as slave.

Does the bios see the HD if not it has a fault.

You can read all about that in the manual.

Hope this will help you.

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I just bought Intel ATOM D425 MB. I installed winxp. Everything ok. But Network drivers not installed. In device manager it shows as unknown device. I searched the Intel site.They dont also have the LAN...


OF COURSE there are no Windows XP networking drivers for this Intel motherboard. WinXP was released in 2001; this motherboard wasn't even DESIGNED until XP had already been replaced by Windows Vista and Windows 7. Why would Intel ever bother to make drivers for an OLD operating system for NEW hardware?

You bought NEW hardware; you need a NEW operating system to make it work. If you want to use XP, you won't be able to do any networking with this system. If you want to be able to network this system, you'll need to buy a modern operating system for the modern hardware.

I know this isn't the answer you want to hear, but you also won't find Microsoft writing a NEW operating system to work with my OLD AMD 386DX-40 motherboard. Of course, you can always complain to Intel and Microsoft, but that won't change the reality. You have NEW hardware, which is great, but NO ONE is going to design and write NEW drivers for an OLD operating system to work with your new system.

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I have a BTC keyboard, Model #: 9000A. A wire became broken in the PS/2 male plug. I need a Schematic so I can solder on a new plug. I know this is a very old keyboard, but I like it and do not have the...


Unfortunately there is no color code for the cables in the PS2 connector. All the details that I can give you is that if this is the PS2
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The pin #1 moves DATA.
The pin #2 is not connected or DATA2 (usually not connected)
The pin #3 is GND
The pin #4 is VCC for power (+5 VDC)
The pin #5 is CLK for Clock
The pin #6 is not connected or CLK2 (Usually not connected)

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I want to re-install XP, but neet setup disk.


http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/mb/driver.php?S_ID=315

click on that link and guess what ya find, all the drivers ya need for your motherboard.....
if you have the manufacturers name, and can supply all the info you did, all ya gotta do is put it in google, about the second one down is usually the manufatcurers website, guess how i found it, 10 seconds on a slow old computer and theres ya answer good budd.......and no im doing as my id suggests, i did that as a joke, but then found its actually fun to be able to answer all you lazy bones's questions for real........hope this helps genuinely.....

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Acer Aspire 5100 problem


You don't want to hear this I know, but your symptoms are very much like those of a computer in which the motherboard or processor has died. It is defnitely not the hard drive as you would still get a display and be allowed to go into Bios even if the hard drive was totally out of the computer. And missing memory would result in bios beeps indicating a faulty bios configuration, but all of that requires that the motherboard and processor be good. If they are not, you have the situation you are speaking about.

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8short Display memory read/write error The system video adapter is missing or defective
1 if it is an AGP card could be the slot for it is defective
2 Disable the onboard video chip in the bios try it again
3 If you have an old PCI videocard try that
4 if ou have 2 slots of ram chips try without one in then take it out and try the other

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