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1) It could be due to some faulty peripherals...Try to boot after disconnecting CD drive and Floppy drive. Also, if you are able to go to BIOS , disable the unused ports like COM, inbuilt audio, onboard LAN etc. After this if you are able to boot , either one of the drives or some port in Motherboard may be faulty. Isolate by disabling one by one. Then remove the corresponding driver from windows if one is identified.
2) Try to boot in windows safe mode,If it is possible , remove the display driver and re-install it.
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Posted on Mar 25, 2008
So you get past the BIOS screen then your screen goes blank?
Can you press F8 just before Windows would load to see if the Windows boot menu comes up.
I would also check to see that you have no devices plugged into the USB ports. Printers/mice/keyboards are okay, but not USB drives, memory sticks. Some computers want to try to boot off of these devices and it can cause unexpected hangs or simply no booting at all.
Posted on Mar 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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dr-afacan, You unfortunatley are not giving me a lot of info to work with. There could be several things to try. First check your cases front panel to Board connections. Then if they are correct I would swap out the power supply with anything compatible to check and see. If that PS is really OK. If you do not have the info for the board go here http://dlsvr03.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket775/P5S800-VM/e1767_p5s800-vm.pdf
Next step would be to either check the processor, possible BIOS settings or update. Or you unfortunatley just have a dead board. Asus has a good customer RMA system... Just some thoughts.....PCdok
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