Question about Shuttle AN35N Motherboard
Ok, so at first, I had two issues with my mobo. Appearently I had a bad stick of RAM, but thats been removed. Now I'm getting another error code. One long beep, and two short. My research has told me this is Video. Well, ok, so my mobo has integrated video, so I simply removed my 7600OC. Same thing. Cleared my CMOS... Same thing... put the 7600OC back in... Same thing.
I'm currently running a 1x core 1.8 AMD Athlon XP, 450 Watt PS, 1.5G (was 2G) RAM, and as mentioned before, an nVidia 7600OC.
I am completely stumped at thhis point. PLEASE if anyone has a suggestion, let me know.
First u check the k/b numlock status if it is glow (on/off ) while pressing numlock, motherboard giving display but ur display adaptor giving problem.
Change the vga adaptor and try it
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Try to boot with 1 stick of ram then swap it with the other and try again. Next unplug the case front connections from the mobo header (pins). Draw a sketch where they all go so you don't forget. I'm talking about the power switch, reset SW, HDD LED etc. Also remove anything connected to the back panel printers etc. Also remove the mouse and keyboard. Carefully, momentarily short the pins that were connected to the power switch and note results.
If it still doesn't boot, remove all parts from the mobo except 1 Stick of RAM, graphics card, PSU, and of course CPU. Leave the mouse and keyboard unplugged. Try to boot by shorting the mobo pins again. If it doesn't boot it is most likely either the PSU or the mobo. It could also be the CPU or RAM but it is less likely.
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