Question about AOpen MX46-533V (91.89U10.061) Motherboard

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No Video! I have an AOpen MX46-533V motherboard. On the motherboard, the light is red, the cpu, and power supply fan is working, the problem i'm having is that I not able to get any video on a working monitor. I've tried like 7 video cards and even my onboard vga slot doesn't work. What can I do? I know it's a good motherboard, and I don't want to discard it. Please Help Me!!

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  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2008

    hi I have the same problem and when I turn the computer and monitor on the monitor says no input signal cable not connected or power saving. I have reset the cmos checked my video card and the ram and it still does the same thing.

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Hi
change your ram try onther ram.if stiil pro then clean your processor case .
change your smps.

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Hey, il look into this problem more in a minute but
the light is red you said. Mine is green when working.

Il check the manual now and get back to you.

Posted on Mar 22, 2008

  • Ekse Mar 22, 2008

    Hey lets try a few things



    if you have the manual you can read better instructions from there if needed.



    1st reset the cmos memory (bios)

    Theres a is a red jumper on the motherboard



    manual page 21



    unplug your pc



    Open the case



    find the red cmos jumper at bottom right.



    You need to pull the jumper up, it comes loose, now place it back on in another position so its connecting the other pin witch was free before you pulled it out.



    let it be for a few seconds



    pull it out and place it back how it originally was.



    the bios has been reset, plug your pc back in and test to see if it works.



    If not, can you tell me details of what cpu, video and memory cards you have installed.



    Thanks

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