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I Need a Answer For The Biostar - MCP6P M2+ AMD2 board I am useing a 430 Watt power supply now that the onboard video from the back of the computer has broken/revoved was removed for fire hazard risks/ was not repairable soldered broke loose from the board it was attached to made by biostar INC I went out and bought a brand new ATi Diamond Multimedia Radeon HD 6450 pci express 512MB GDDR2 pci express card my problem is my video is not coming up/ no post now I did read there pdf material for my board on bio setting enabing features etc but thats only if you had the onboard video to get there first hahah right come on lol can you help me out here if theres a solutio my only sollution thought of mind o knowledge where to go is I can go buy a new board same 100 % at electronic pc store they have it take this video card back come back bio-settings with new board then return it buy the video card again then procide?? would you suggest that?????

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  • rk_lhc May 28, 2010

    no beeps

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    yadayada May 28, 2010

    contact Biostar support for this

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The card should work regardless. try resetting the CMOS memory to clear to defaults, and try again.

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it could be the heatsink on cpu

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The motherboard will work with a Radeon graphics card as long as it is a PCI-E card. Your problem is more likely to be either a weak PSU or a badly fitted CPU. make sure the CPU fan is connected and runs at switch on and that you have used thermal paste on the CPU/heatsink mating face. Then check your PSU is serviceable. You can get a PSU tster for a few pounds or dollars form most online computer parts suppliers.

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I recently purchased a new mobo (biostar mcp6p-m2). i am having trouble trying to boot up my windows xp disc. it keeps giving me a "DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT DISK AND PRESS ENTER". i have a feeling i may...


  1. Make sure the CD/DVD drive is connected and has power.
  2. You didn't say if the drive is IDE or SATA. If it is IDE, make sure the BIOS has IDE enabled.
  3. Check the 'boot order' in the BIOS and make sure the CD/DVD drive is first.


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My biostar g31 -m7 te motherboard does not boot when i try to add a msi rx800 pcie video card,,sometimes i get a overclock fail message after i remove the card and reboot,,,how do i get this card to work...


Turn the computer off.
Remove the PCI-E video-card.
Boot the computer.
Press DEL to "enter BIOS setup".
Disable the "onboard video" adapter,
or set the highest video-priority to be the PCI-E slot.
Save settings, but do not "exit" from BIOS setup.
Turn the computer off.
Install the PCI-E video-card.
Disconnect the video-cable from the onboard VGA-port,
and connect the video-cable to the new video-card.
Turn the computer on, and the video-output through the new video-card should be displayed on your monitor.

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Processors fault


Here is the page that lists all CPU's for your MB:

MCP6P-M2 CPU Support

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