Question about VIA ECS PM800-M2 PM800 P4FSB 800 Supports Intel Pentium 4 Processor (REV:1.0) (ECSPM800M2V10) Motherboard

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My pm800-m2 computer does power up but no beep and signal although i have changed my psu and cpu.

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  • Adnan Bhatti
    Adnan Bhatti May 26, 2010

    If the fans run and still it fails to display then take it to a repair service and have its boot chip flashed otherwise its probably done; get a quote for repairs or buy a new one.

  • soultru Jun 01, 2010

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  • soultru Jun 01, 2010

    So I had a look inside the tower and noticed a burned connector on 1 of the ram slots (attached to motherboard) and 1 black mark on the gold connectors of the ram stick. I guess this was the prob. So I have taken the stick out but the pc still doesn't work, it does not beeps to say the stick has been removed, but do you think I can put a higher ram in the 1 slot that works and leave the other slot empty? I also noticed that the fan is faulty as i tried it on another computer it beeps and then the computer swicthes off. What can i try next.?

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Hello,
Have you already checked the pin connections? You need to make sure that its according to what is stated on the manual. Also, try to swap the memory on different slots. If you have a spare memory or ram, test it on the motherboard as well. Another thing is the CPU fan. Make sure that it is seated properly and is not loose.

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  • soultru Jun 02, 2010

    I have checked the pins and secured the fan still no response.

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Hello,

check your RAM and your VGA card (if any). If the ram is not recognized by the motherboard, there is be no display at all. Also the VGA card.

So, remove the ram, clean the ram slot on your motherboard s there might be dust on it, check your VGA card if it is well fixed. Also check your VGA cord, is might be damaged, Check the pin on the cord to be sure its intact.

Do general troubleshooting your the motherboard and there should be a difference. But if there is not difference, then I think its high time you got another motherboard.

Lastly, test all the components of the motherboard with another motherboard in other to know precisely where the problem is coming from.

Be more patient with the motherboard and you will definitely get a solution.

Good luck.

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  • soultru May 26, 2010

    If the fans run and still it fails to display then take it to a repair service and have its boot chip flashed otherwise its probably done; get a quote for repairs or buy a new one. Can you show me where the boot chip is seated on the pm800-m2 diagragm?

  • soultru May 27, 2010

    I have changed my psu, cpu and now recently have checked my external vga card on another comtuper it works fine. I have two rams, one have discovered it is faulty as one of the connecting point is missing on it and the other seems not to be recognised although on another computer it works fine, thus how do i troubleshoot the ram slots?

  • soultru May 31, 2010

    So I had a look inside the tower and noticed a burned connector on 1 of the ram slots (attached to motherboard) and 1 black mark on the gold connectors of the ram stick. I guess this was the prob. So I have taken the stick out but the pc still doesn't work, it does not beeps to say the stick has been removed, but do you think I can put a higher ram in the 1 slot that works and leave the other slot empty? I also noticed that the fan is faulty as i tried it on another computer it beeps and then the computer swicthes off. What can i try next.?

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