Question about ASUS P5VD1-X (90MBL3C0G0EAYZ) Motherboard
Every Asus motherboard comes with a seperate four pin two wire ( internal speaker). Either you're speaker is not connected properly or the speaker may be bad.
Check manual page 2-28, PANEL. Asus makes these connections easy by provideding a jumper-block as shown below;
The jumper block is clearly marked.
You also mentioned a removal of the CPU. I only hope you cleaned the old thermal grease from the CPU and heatsink assembly with alcohol and replaced with new thermal past. The P5VD1-X comes with a built in AGP card. Settings are configured within the bios menu. I understand you are unable to receive a single to display to the monitor. Connect the monitor to the rear VGA port. When you replaced the bios battery the bios reset its self to default settings. This means the intergrated AGP video is most likely being used by the bios. Remove any added video cards. If you can't receive video to the monitor I would suggest you contact Asus.
For more information call Asus Tech at:
1-812-282-2787. Eastern time. M-F 8:00AM to 5:00PM.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
Thank you for your question.
I have located the manual for your Motherboard on the Asus website and have provided a link for your convenience. The most likely action is to reset the CMOS information.
Page 2-18 provides a visual on the procedure to be followed. If clearing the CMOS doesn't get you to boot up, then I would believe that the motherboard is "dead". Then again, other experts may have some other rescue method that I am not aware of and I would appreciate their input for your assistance.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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