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M957g mb System does not power up altho cpu, hd, dvd powers up. Would like to replace the mb with same model, do you know where I can get one???

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  • iokepa Jun 12, 2008

    thank you...already ordered the board.

  • iokepa Jun 12, 2008

    thank you...already ordered the board.

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This is a PC-Chips model M957G and is still in production.
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I just got a usd m957g in an Xblade tower ...and it wont boot i have no beep on power up all the lights are on and i hear the hdd spin up! any one know what i shod do?


Test your PSU or replace it if your power supply units fan is not working your PSU is faulty

One bad lead can cause a computer to continue on a cycle or to shutdown or fail to detect/ boot up

Test all leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions,IDE,SATA

the leads from your ((motherboard to your hard drive)) make sure they have a secure connection and are not faulty or just replace them there probably old and faulty

make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty or just replace them they are probably old and faulty ?
hope this helps

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Computer does not fire up anymore after CPU exchange.


First, check the PSU on another puter if available. If it works, the MB is the most likely culprit.
Check the capcitors (round tower looking things around the MB). If any are bulging or show brown "dirt", the MB needs replacing unless you know how to replace capacitors (Youtube has tutorials if your brave enough).
You may also have a damaged southbridge. Ebay may have replacement chips (replacing is similar to the capacitors).

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Asus A8V-E not start


Looking at this post, I think your Motherboard is bad.
Have you tried a different Video Card?
My other thought is the CPU is overheating due to incorrect seating of the FAN and heat sink.
Try cleaning the CPU off, and put new paste on the CPU, then re-seat the heat sink.
Be careful to make sure the anchors are pushed all the way down by slightly twisting or wiggling the heat sink.
Check for looseness.
Push down on all memory sticks to ensure they are seated all the way in.
They should click on both sides.
If it still gives you a red light, then contact the website of the manufacturer, and get an RMA number for a replacement.

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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.

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Unplug MB just to turn it on?


I had this exact same issue and after much head scratching replace the power switch, fixed the problem

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Fans run at full speed under normal task.


THE PROBLEM IS THAT THE CPU AND MB AND PSU IS NOT COOLING OFF ENOUGH AND CAUSING THE FAN TO RUN ON HIGH ALL THE TIME, THE PSU MAY NOT HAVE ENOUGH WATTS POWER TO RUN THE CONFIGURATION TO KEEP THE SYSTEM AND HARDWARE TO COOL.

I READ IT IN ONE OF MY PC MAGAZINE, ANOTHER PERSON UPRADED SYSTEM, ADDED SOME OTHER STUFF BUT THE MB AND POWER SUPPLY UNIT DIDNT HAVE ENOUGH WATTS TO SUPPORT BASIC REQUIREMENTS OPERATING THE SYSTEM BASIC NEEDS.
FIND SOFTWARE THAT KEEPS EYE ON HEAT ISSUES, MB, VIDEO CARD, RAM, PS, CPU, CPU COOLERS, NIC CARDS, SOUND CARDS,
ETC.
EACH PART REQUIRES SO MUCH POWER
AND HERE HOW IT BRAKE DOWN FOR EACH COMPONET

MB 20-35+ WATTS
CD ROM 20-25 WATTS
DVD 30-45 WATTS
DISK DRIVE 5 WATTS
HD 5-15 WATTS
STANDARD VIDEO VARD 5-15 WATTS
MEMORY 5 WATTS PER MB

NEW SYSTEMS WITH THE FOLLOWING STUFF IN IT FLOPPY DRIVE,CD-ROM, MB, 16MB RAM, REQUIRES A MIN. 150 WATTS OF POWER.

BUT I KNOW YOU MAY HAVE TOP OF THE LINE VIDEO CARD WITH GGR4 WITH 512MB
MEMORY, 2-8 GIG OF RAM, 23 INCH LCD MONITOR, 2 500GB HD, BLUETOOTH AND WIRELESS NETORK, AND WIFI CAPABILITIES,
NEW DUAL CORE CPU TOP LINE MOTHERBOARD, COOLED VIDEO CARD,RAM COOLER ALSO AND THIS SYSTEM POWER WATTAGE REQUIREMENTS MAYBE SOME WHERE AROUND 400-600 WATT, AND MOST OF THAT IS FOR THE SYSTEM RAM AND THE VIDEO RAM YOU ARE RUNNING
REMEMBER 5 WATTS PER 1 MEGABYTE OF
RAM
IT WILL ADD UP FAST BOY'S AND GAL'S

ROD

PS I HOPE I DIDNT BORE ANYONE,
IT MAY SAVE YOUR SYSTEM FROM BURNING UP.

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Power to everything but CPU fan and case fan - won't boot


Hi this is tech crazy

The solution to the problem is as follows

The main reason for CPU fan overworking or not working is due to the load we put on the syatem while operating.So,the first reason for fan not working may be due to the SMPS malfunctionality.Better check out for it.The reason if fan is working but Overworking is due to viruses is system.So go in for format

Hope this solution helps you

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Power wont turn on with M957G mobo


try and check the manual you will see the picture there thanks

May 16, 2008 | Pc Ware PC CHIPS: PC-Chip M957G...

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Pc-chip m957g


sounds like the motherboard has failed. I had those same symptoms this summer. Replaced m/b and it's good again.  Did you count the 'continuous' beeps? That's a code to say what is wrong.

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