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No dispaly HI I have installed the K9VGM-V Mainboard, it switches on (CPU Fan) but the is no display on the monitor. Is not the first mainboard where I get this problem. Can you please assist me with this?

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I AM THINKING IF THE POWER SUPPLY DID YOU CONNECTED
TO MAIN BOARD IS OK . NEWER BOARD NEEDS A CABLE WITH FOUR PIN TO GIVE ANOTHE 12V TO STAR ALL THE BOARD. IF YOU CAN EXPLAIN I DID YOU CONNECTED MAY BE
WE CAN KNOW THE PROBLEM- DELFO

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Cpu fan stopped working


According to the specs, you have an Intel i7 CPU in a socket LGA 1366. You need a fan compatible with that socket and rated for that CPU. The fan has an electrical connector to the mainboard that must be unplugged, then there are four spring-loaded locking screws that must be undone to lift the fan off the CPU. The replacement fan, if new, should already have thermal transfer compound on it. Be careful not to mess that up. Before installing the new fan, clean all old thermal paste residue from the processor cover. Do not use anything other than a clean lint-free cloth for this. Install the new fan, oriented so that the electrical connector can reach the mainboard plugin. Lock down the four screws, ensuring that the fan is centered over the CPU and has full flat contact to the CPU cover. It is not a difficult process, but can be a bit scary for first timers. Be very careful not to let the screwdriver slip when pressing down. It could strike other mainboard components and damage the board. ALWAYS DO THIS KIND OF WORK WITH THE UNIT POWERED OFF AND UNPLUGGED.

Dec 02, 2013 | Acer Aspire Predator G7710 PC Desktop

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Acer aspire g7710 cpu fan stopped working


According to the specs, you have an Intel i7 CPU in a socket LGA 1366. You need a fan compatible with that socket and rated for that CPU. The fan has an electrical connector to the mainboard that must be unplugged, then there are four spring-loaded locking screws that must be undone to lift the fan off the CPU. The replacement fan, if new, should already have thermal transfer compound on it. Be careful not to mess that up. Before installing the new fan, clean all old thermal paste residue from the processor cover. Do not use anything other than a clean lint-free cloth for this. Install the new fan, oriented so that the electrical connector can reach the mainboard plugin. Lock down the four screws, ensuring that the fan is centered over the CPU and has full flat contact to the CPU cover. It is not a difficult process, but can be a bit scary for first timers. Be very careful not to let the screwdriver slip when pressing down. It could strike other mainboard components and damage the board. ALWAYS DO THIS KIND OF WORK WITH THE UNIT POWERED OFF AND UNPLUGGED.

Dec 02, 2013 | Acer Aspire Predator G7710 PC Desktop

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The green LED light on the board is lighted. When I push on/off button the CPU fan moves for 1/2 a second .I tried a different power supply, but that did not work. I replaced the CPU fan, but that did not...


Hello here is the homepage:

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&ProductFamily=Desktop+Boards&ProductLine=Intel%C2%AE+3+Series+Chipset+Boards&ProductProduct=Intel%C2%AE+Desktop+Board+DG31PR

Any abnormal beeps at startup ???

http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm

The problem could be a ram module failing, or the graphic card if installed on the mainboard.
Or a short circuit somewhere.

Look also here:

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/243625-13-turns-wont-boot

Try starting with only 1 stick of Ram, the monitor and the keyboard connected, no other USBs to be connected.

Look also for bad caps on the mainboard:


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If they look like this, the mainboard is dead.
It does not pay, to let them be changed.

Good luck

Jan 28, 2013 | Intel DG31PR Motherboard

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Is the k9vgm-v compatible wit usb3?


This mainboard has on-board support for USB 2.0.

However you can use any PCI-e x1 USB3.0 controller.
Most of them have 2 ports USB 3.0.

Aug 12, 2011 | MSI K9VGM-V Motherboard

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BIOS WON'T START OR LOAD, ANYONE CAN HELP ME? Mainboard: P5S-MX SE Having troubled my CPU, it works for 2 years but now this is what happened. It won't start. First, i detached all the hardware attached...


Hi,
Remove The CMOS Battery, For 10-15 seconds to reset The Bios to it,s default settings.
Try the memory Module/Ram in a different Slot.
Re-seat the CPU.

Mike @ Compurepair.

Oct 16, 2009 | ASUS motherboard P5S-MX SE LGA775 SiS671FX...

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Motherboard failure


If the system appears to power on, but you do not see anything on the screen, there are several methods to determine the problem at hand.

Make sure the cooling system is fucntional.. a bad CPU fan has been known to make the computer power on, but halt and do nothing to protect the CPU. Some CPU fan's have speed sensors, and other do not, some motherboards require the speed sensor to be functional, or resistance in the line.

Some mainboards will function enough to power the system up, but go no further due to onboad componant failures such as bad / broken SMR, SMC, or capacitor. If you are sure the mainboard works, and the monitor is known to function, proceed with the following troubleshooting tips.

1) Remove everything but the memory, GPU, CPU, and HDD, see if boot is successful, if not Step 2)

2) Replace the Power supply, under powered PSU's can make a system unresponsive / fail to make it to POST, if fails step 3)

3) Replace Memory, if fails, 4)

4) Replace GPU.. if fails, 5)

5) Replace CPU, a non-funtional CPU will alow everything to power up, but will not allow POST in some machines.

6) Replace Motherboard, if fails, start at step 1)

May 29, 2009 | ASUS P4XP-X Motherboard

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Asus p5s800-vm MB has complete power lets monitor know


Disconnect the hard drives, cd/dvd drives and any expansion boards you have plugged into the mainboard. We want to remove as much as possible to see if we can eliminate the problem.Using the onboard video, start it up again, and see if it comes up. If it does, then its one of the items you disconnected. Power down and reattach one of the disconnected items and power up again. Did it come up? Keep in mind that we want to see the bios start up screen. Once you have attached all the items you will have found the bad component. Replace it. But lets say you didn't get a good system when you disconnected everything. Well, that narrows down the suspected bad items to: the mainboard, the power supply, the memory, or the cpu. The power supply has many voltages coming out of it, keep in mind that the drives, cd/dvd rom drives and fans use 12 volts for spin up. There are 3 other voltages used by the mainboard. I would replace the power supply next with a known good one. Then it gets a little costlier, the memory, then the cpu and then the mainboard. Stick with it. You'll find out which it is. Good Luck.

May 21, 2009 | ASUS P5S800-VM Motherboard

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Win 98 on K9VGM-V


hi im josh in cebu phils.may i help you? friend if mainboard doesnt support the video. You just buy a new video card and install it sothat it can be used at the same time it will gve you better performance cause the video nw works its own.good luck

Feb 20, 2009 | MSI K9VGM-V Motherboard

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Ga gigabyte mainboard trouble


Just because it doesnt beep doesnt mean the vid is not gone

place board on a non metal surface hooked to
monitor
keyboard
mouse
powersupply UNPLUGGED RIGHT NOW
cpu with heatsink and fan attached
ram

plug power supply in (will not shock you just dont lick it ok)
if board does not come on take a small flat head screw driver look at where the power wire would slide on cross those two pins should come on. again will not shock you.

still no video try pci (most basic video mobos support) card
still no video could be cpu I have had several of these be bad caouse no video also
try anouther cpu same setup
still no vid mobo shot sorry

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