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Re: ms9317e does not boot
You better go to last resource directly:
1. disassemble the system completely and take the mother out the case... Give it a perfect cleaning. 2. place the mother over a wood table or something like that (mother without anything but the cpu). NOTE: if you are running onboardvideo do not connect external video board... if you are using external videoboard and do not have onboard video, you might have problems on the board... so you could need another one). 3. just connect RAM and power supply (the power supply must be out of case, placed over the table too and well connected to mother and to power line. 4. power on the system by jumping the pins on the motherboard... you can find them under the identification front pannel or something like that deppending on the model... just the pins that normally you attach to the cables that leads to the buttons on the front of the case. (use a screwdriver and do not touch anything on the motherboard with your hand if its connected to powerline).
then, and after trying vga adapter if you have one and trying rams one by one in different socks... you will know that if the system never boots up, you have hardware problems, either on mother, ram and less probably, power supply or very rarely cpu...
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when you reset the bios by jumper and or removing the cmos battery you have to make sure the pc is unpluged first,and then use jumper or battery method,when you do though you have to hold the power button in to drain all remaining power out of the capacitors in the power supply and board for about 30 sec to 1 min.
I hate when people just guess what is wrong at sites like this, but I'm "guessing" your power supply needs to be replaced. I've seen similar symptoms before. They're cheap and easy to replace. I'm 80% sure that will fix your problem. Just make sure it has the correct standard or SATA power connectors for your hard drive(s) and CD drive.
I would look for the CMOS reset jumper on the motherboard, if there is one, and while PC is off take of the jumper, then put it back in place. But the more easier option is to just simply remove the CMOS battery from the motherboard, unplug PC completely first, leave it out for a few seconds, then replace it. If that works, you may come across some operating system start options to start the os, depending of what version you have make sure you select the Delete sleep mode data/hibernation data(something along those line), and start OS normally. By the looks of it you've tried everything possible, but last resort would be to try the resetting CMOS/removing CMOS battery. If all fails, try testing using a different power supply.
It sounds as though you might have a problem with BIOS.
You should remove your motherboard battery (little round silver disc) and if you can find (or Google motherboard model#) the CMOS reset jumper, you can remove the battery for 30 seconds and put it back in and reset the CMOS, then see if it boots. If it doesn't, you might need to flash the BIOS, which is not recommended unless you know what you are doing.
it seems probably the system bios hs been flashed or updated in a wrong way..if so, u gotta replace the m/b, itz a permanent failure..though there r some exceptionals..
can replace the faulty bios if identical (supported,make,model n version) is available..
well to b on safe hand..do the following:.. unplug mains supply..pick open/remove the cmos battery..check (above +3v)..resit.. see if the ram(s) is loose/faulty..open clean/remove carbon & or oxide formed on the teeth with an eraser n resit it.. check for ac main supply and fuse..next check all the outputs of smps
viz. 0v (black~ground); +12v (yellow); +5v (red, green~ps-on, violet~pg
& grey~sb); -12v (blue); -5v(white); +3.3v(orange)..if faulty try
repairing or replacing the power supply with a standby n see.. check the cpu fan rotating and the cpu generating heat..try replacing the cpu with a standby (if no heat is generated).. there may b a chance for m/b's crystal clock generator to b faulty..try repairing or replacing the m/b with a standby.. there may b also problem with ur monitor or display adapter, try replacing with a standby..
seek professional assistance of ur system admin/vendor....
Hi bridey28, when you replaced the cmos battery & the bios did not maintain the correct time than the cmos is not at fault. More likely its your power supply. The cmos receives its power (Recharge) from the power supply. An average cmos battery should last for 5 years. The fact that you attempt to power up the PC & you have to wait, points to a power supply problem. Not a bios problem.
Bios corruption is rare, unless you have tried to flash the bios & it failed. Replace the power supply before attempting flashing the bios. Every manufacture warns against flashing the bios. Only flash the bios if your 100% sure that it will correct a bios malfunction. If the issue presist after replacing the power supply, Intel has instructions of (How to flash the bios) on their site.
Here are the instruction from Intel for your MB model number. http://downloadmirror.intel.com/5519/ENG/BIOS%20Update%20Readme.pdf
Sounds as if your power pack might have a problem.blown fuse ect.I whould remove the cmos battery and or change jumper pin setting to start fresh in the bios settings.after removng the cmos battery,Make sure to put it back in before you re boot your computer. Good Luck garydalel