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P4VMM2 mobo lost ps 2 mouse port, first , plugged a bad dell mouse in it and bios went beep crazy, now i have lost usb 4 ports and have no way to control anything, where in the heck is that fusible resistor ? have solder gun will solder!

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  • John Robertson Apr 05, 2008

    Thanks ,but thats the first thing i did , everything looks great on the front guess i will pull it out and check backside,Unfortunately things that start this way tend to go downhill in my experience, thats been my exp too, sure hate it this things a rocket, good gamer too. Appreciate ya bhiga!!!!!!!

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Check for bulging/oozing capacitors on the board. If there are bulging/oozing caps, they will need to be replaced.

Also try pulling the motherboard out of the chassis entirely. You might have a short with the chassis somewhere - either an extra standoff in the wrong place, a loose screw, etc.

Unfortunately things that start this way tend to go downhill in my experience.

Posted on Apr 05, 2008

  • Brandon Higa
    Brandon Higa Apr 05, 2008

    A couple of other things to check beyond grounding problems...


    • Try resetting the CMOS config (disconnect power, pull the battery and move the jumper)
      I've had a few times where a certain set of parameters would just throw things off.

    • Check for a BIOS update (which could be a good or bad thing, depending)

    • Might be worth trying a different power supply too, if you have a known-good one on-hand. Sometimes the PSU voltages start getting wacky.


    And if all else fails, and nothing new fails on the board... Pick up a PCI USB 2.0 card. They're pretty cheap.

    I've had mixed experiences with ECS boards... most recently I had an NVIDIA-based one go really bad on me. First the RAID controller BIOS somehow got destroyed by me making simple BIOS adjustments. So I replaced the board with another unit of the same. And the same thing happened. Eventually I gave up and replaced it with a completely different motherboard. Wasn't worth of my time to figure it out (the board was really cheap - now I know why).

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I WANT FULL INFORMATION 15 K86 011000 671T MV.1.0 MOTHERBOARD?


CPU ? LGA775 socket for latest Intel Core 2 Duo / Pentium D / Pentium 4 / Celeron D processor
? Supports Hyper-Threading Technology CPU
CHIPSET ? SiS® 671 & 968
? North Bridge: SiS® 671
? South Bridge: SiS® 968
GRAPHICS ? SiS Mirage 3 graphic engine
? Share Memory: Maximum up to 256MB
MEMORY ? Single-channel DDR2 memory architecture
? 2 x 240-pin DDR2 DIMM socket support up to 4 GB
? Support DDR2 667/533/400 DDR2 SDRAM
Due to the operating system limitation, the actual memory size may be less than 4GB for the reservation for system usage under Windows® 32-bit OS.
For Windows® 64-bit OS with 64-bit CPU, there is no such limitation
EXPANSION SLOT ? 1 x PCI Express x16 slot
? 1 x PCI Express x1 slot
? 2 x PCI slots
STORAGE ? Support by SiS 968
• 2 x Ultra DMA133/100/66 devices
• 2 x Serial ATA 3.0Gb/s devices
• RAID0 & RAID1 configuration
AUDIO ? Realtek ALC660 6-channel audio
? Compliant with HD audio specification
LAN ? Broadcom AC131 10/100 Lan Phy
REAR PANEL I/O ? 1 x PS/2 keyboard & PS/2 mouse connectors
? 4 x USB ports
? 1 x VGA port
? 1 x Serial port (COM1)
? 1 x RJ45 LAN connector
? 1 x Audio port
INTERNAL I/O CONNECTORS & HEADERS ? 1 x 24-pin ATX Power Supply connector
? 1 x 4-pin ATX 12V connector
? 1 x IDE connector
? 1 x FDD connector
? 2 x USB 2.0 headers support additional 4 USB 2.0 Ports
? 2 x Serial ATA connectors
? 1 x CD in header
? 1 x Front panel audio header
? 1 x Front panel switch/LED header
? 1 x SPDIF out header
? CPUFAN/SYSFAN connectors
SYSTEM BIOS ? AMI BIOS with 4Mb Flash ROM
? Supports Plug and Play 1.0B, APM 1.2, Multi Boot, DMI
? Supports ACPI revision 1.0 specification
FORM FACTOR ? Micro-ATX Size, 244mm*220mm

Dec 21, 2014 | Motherboards

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Motherboard specification


Intel 865GV Chipset Pentium 4 Main board,
Supports Prescott CPU
FSB800, DDR 400, SATA 150 Specifications
arrow_bullet.gif CPU
  • Supports Intel Pentium 4 Socket 478 processors(Prescott and Northwood) with 800/533/400MHz FSB
  • Supports Intel Hyper-Threading Technology


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  • Intel 865GV/ ICH5
  • Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2
  • Supports Advanced Configuration and Power Management Interface (ACPI)


arrow_bullet.gif Memory
  • Two 184-pin DIMM sockets
  • Supports 2 DIMM Single/ Dual Channel DDR 400/ 333/ 266 memory (Max. 2GB)


arrow_bullet.gif Graphics
  • Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2


arrow_bullet.gif SATA 150
  • 2 channel Serial ATA 150MB/s data transfer rate

arrow_bullet.gif Audio
  • 6-Channel AC 97 CODEC on board
  • Professional digital audio interface supports optical S/PDIF Output

arrow_bullet.gif System BIOS
  • Supports Plug-and-Play (PNP)
  • Supports Advanced Configuration Power Interface (ACPI)
  • Supports Desktop Management Interface (DMI)
  • Write-Protect Anti-Virus function by AWARD BIOS


arrow_bullet.gif LAN
  • On board 10/100Mb LAN

arrow_bullet.gif Internal I/O Connectors
  • 3 x PCI slots
  • 1 x Floppy Port supports up to 2.88MB
  • 2 x Ultra DMA 33/66/100 Connectors
  • 2 x Serial ATA 150 Connectors
  • 2 x USB 2.0 headers (Each header support two USB 2.0 devices)
  • 1 x CD-IN, 1 x AUX-IN
  • 1 x FP-Audio header

arrow_bullet.gif Back Panel I/O
  • 1 x PS/2 Keyboard, 1 x PS/2 mouse
  • 1 x Parallel Port, 1 x Serial port
  • 1 x VGA Port
  • 1 x Audio connectors (S/PDIF Out, Surround Out, Center/Sub, Lin-out, Line-in, Mic)
  • 4 x USB 2.0, 1 x RJ-45 LAN Connector

arrow_bullet.gif Miscellaneous
  • Micro ATX form factor (244mm*234mm)
  • Hardware monitoring - Including Fan speeds, Voltages, System environment temperature
    hope this helps

Jul 07, 2011 | Intel PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD...

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Specifications only


CPU º Socket 478 for latest Intel Pentium 4 / Celeron processor
º FSB 533/400 MHz
º Support Hyper-Threading Technology CPU
CHIPSET º VIA® P4M266A & VT8235
º North Bridge: VIA® P4M266A
º South Bridge: VIA® VT8235
GRAPHICS º Integrated S3 ProSavage8 2D/3D Graphics
º Share Memory : 8/16/32MB
MEMORY º 2 x 184-pin DDR DIMM socket support up to 2 GB
º Support DDR266/200 DDR SDRAM
Due to the operating system limitation, the actual memory size may be less than 4GB for the reservation for system usage under Windows® 32-bit OS.
For Windows® 64-bit OS with 64-bit CPU, there is no such limitation
EXPANSION SLOT º 1 x AGP 4X slot
º 3 x PCI slots
º 1 x CNR slot
STORAGE º Support by VIA® VT8235
• 4 x Ultra DMA133/100/66 devices
AUDIO º Realtek ALC655 6-Channel audio CODEC
º Compliant with AC'97 2.3 specification
LAN º VIA® VT6103 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet PHY
REAR PANEL I/O º 1 x PS/2 keyboard & PS/2 mouse connectors
º 4 x USB ports
º 1 x RJ45 LAN connector
º 1 x VGA port
º 1 x Parallel port (LPT)
º 1 x Serial port (COM1)
º 1 x Audio port (Line-in, Line-out, Mic-in)
INTERNAL I/O CONNECTORS & HEADERS º 1 x 20-pin ATX Power Supply Connector & 4-pin 12V Connector
º 1 x FDD connector supports one 360K~2.88MB FDD
º 2 x IDE connectors
º 1 x IrDA for SIR header
º 1 x SPDIF out header
º 1 x USB 2.0 header support additional 2 USB ports
º 1 x Front panel switch/LED header
º 1 x Front panel audio header
º CD in/ AUX in headers
º CPUFAN/CASFAN connectors
SYSTEM BIOS º Award BIOS with 2Mb Flash ROM
º Supports Plug and Play 1.0A, APM 1.2, Multi Boot, DMI
º Supports ACPI revision 1.0 specification
FORM FACTOR & LAYERS º Micro-ATX Size (244mm*244mm), 4 Layers
for more detail look at this site
http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Detail.aspx?DetailID=436&CategoryID=1&MenuID=18&LanID=19
i hope this helpful
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Lost my motherboard driver disk of asus k8v-vm, where i can downloard it


go= http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us


go download>select>mother board>2nd select socket 754>3rd k8v vm and search and download

Name ASUS K8V-VM Description VIA K8M890, VIA VT8237A, DDR RAM, Micro ATX, Graphics card, Sound card, Network card Form factor Micro ATX CPU Type AMD Ahtlon 64/Sempron Number of CPUs Single Socket Socket 754 Front side bus 800 MHz MHz Chipset VIA K8M890, VIA VT8237A Memory type DDR RAM Number of DIMM-Slots 2 Number of RIMM-Slots 0 Max memory 2048 MB Memory speed DDR400, DDR333, DDR266 Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) No Serial ATA (SATA) Yes Serial ATA ports 2 Serial ATA 2 (SATA II) No Serial ATA 2 (SATA II) ports None IDE Ports 2 IDE Speed 33/66/100/133 MB/sec MB/sec Built in SCSI controller No Built in RAID controller Yes Built in graphics card Yes Built in sound card Yes Built in network card Yes Multiple GPU support No Crossfire support No SLI support No RoHS Compliant No AGP interface No AGP-slots 1 PCI-e (PCI-express) Yes PCI-e slots 2 PCI-e type 16x/1x PCI slots 2 PCI-X No CNR-slot 0 AMR-slot 0 eSATA No Bluetooth No WiFi No FireWire (IEEE1394) No Number of FireWire ports 0 USB type USB 2.0 Number of USB-ports 4 Number of parallel ports 1 Number of serial ports 1 RJ-45 (Ethernet) 1 PS/2 Keyboard 1 PS/2 Mouse 1 Line-out 1 Line-in 1 Microphone Yes Bios 4 Mb Flash ROM, AMI BIOS, (TCAV), PnP, DMI2.0, WfM2.0, SM BIOS 2.3, PXE Boot BIOS Miscellaneous Audio:- Realtek ALC660 6-Channel Codec, LAN:- Realtek RTL8201CL 10/100M LAN PHY

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Problem in usb,netwrk port but ps\2 mouse and


The mobo probably has a fuse soldered down near the USB ports. The typical fuse is flat, about 1/8 x 1/4 inch, may be green in color, and may have a number on it. A simple continuity test will check the fuse, If the fuse is blown, check with an electronics supply house for the replacement fuse. If unable to repair, you might try a USB PCI card.
Another possibility would be a problem with BIOS. Make sure the USB is enabled in BIOS.

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There is nothing that can be easily replaced on a motherboard if your PS2 port has malfunctioned. Check your bios, if you have a setting labelled 'legacy mouse/keyboard support' make sure it's set to enabled. You should still be able to install windows while your keyboard is connected to the USB port. If everything checks out in your bios and you're still having this problem, it could be that you're using a USB to PS2 adapter, which causes some computers to glitch. Try another keyboard if you have one handy, it could simply be a compatibility issue with the windows installer.... rare, but I've been caught with it before.

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PS/2 mouse port not working?


Hello fredbeer,

Besides the obvious checking with your device manager, you can download a port test kit HERE. That will be able to test if it's working. The other thing you can do is switch the keyboard into the mouse port and the mouse into the keyboard port. You should get some errors, if not, one of them will work and the other won't. Hopefully, you'll get the keyboard in the mouse port to work, so you know the port is working. Also, if you have any other PS2 devices that you can test it with.

Good Luck and don't forget to leave a rating based on my solution.

Thanks

Mark

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CHECK BIOS TO MAKE SURE IT DID NOT TURN ITSELF OFF WHEN YOU PLUGGED IT INTO THE USB.BIOS MAY HAVE TURNED IT OFF TO PREVENT A CONFLICT.RICHARDM69

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Dell XPS 400 no power to usb or pci slots


I have had the same problem with my dell xps 400. What I did was purchased a usb power hub and that solved the problem for me. SAved me from buying a new mother board.

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Hi melch, On the PS/2 mouse, chances are that the surface mounted fusible link/resistor supplying the +5VDC is open. It is normally very near the PS/2 port and marked [0] or labeled F???. This can be verified by measuring the absence/presence of +5 at pin 4 of the connector. In some cases, it is the I/O chip that gets damaged. Re "only two(2)USB port" aside from the 2 rear USB ports, the Asus CUV4X-C has another pair of USB connectors that are normally connected to the front panel of the casing. It is located very near the motherboard battery. Re "...prompting...high speed USB port...", normally by updating your OS (say XP to SP2) or downloading/installing latest VIA 4 in 1 Drivers should make your USB 2.0 compatible. Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.

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