Question about ASUS K8N Motherboard
We were running Win XP (Cyberpower case) when the original MB failed. ASUS replacement is acting essentially the same way - system will not complete the boot process, no video feed to monitor (so can't get to BIOS), fans and HDD spin up and power supply is fine, but we get no beeps.
Your first solution would probably be to find your CMOS jumper and reset the BIOS. Remove excess peripherals, like modem cards and the like. Make sure only the bare essentials are connected. As a last resort, pull all of the RAM and see if it beeps at you - if you don't get a long POST code, then the board is probably toast. I'd take a look at that power supply if that's the case.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
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