Question about ASUS A8V-E Deluxe Motherboard
Check for motherboard. use only 3 parts:
CPU + COOLER
Connect your motherboard to PSU and see, if any LED light comes from motherboard. If LED is on, then try to turn motherboard on and see if cooler works.
Are case wires (power +, power -, hdd +, hdd -, reset+, reset -, power led+, power led - and speaker wire ) connected correctly?
Those wires look like this:
This image is just reference.
If the power wire (sometimes called POWER SW) is not connected correctly, when you press the power button of case, PC just won't turn on.
If PC turns on and CPU fan spins, then try to add RAM, Graphics card and try again.
Next step is to hear BEEP sound. One short beep sound is normal, anything else is not normal and indicates the problem of the specific hardware according to the sound code. Sound code is BIOS dependent. In case ASUS A8V-E Deluxe, it is Award BIOS. Check below for Award BIOS beep codes
1 long, 2 shortIndicates a video error has occurred and the BIOS cannot initialize the video screen to display any additional information
1 long, 3 shortVideo card not detected __ (reseat video card) or bad video card
Beeps repeating endlessly __ RAM problem.
Repeated high frequency beeps while PC is running __Overheating processor (CPU)
Repeated beeps alternating high & low frequency ___Issue with the processor (CPU), possibly damaged
Posted on Mar 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: asus p5p800 motherboard
seem power supply fault, because some times, it looks that power going on, it is not giving proper voltage to motherboard. check other power supply.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
I have the same board (M2N-SLI) with a BFG 9800 GTX with no video either. I have the card in the black slot and I have 2 mem sticks in the yellow. Shouldn't make a difference if I'm using a monitor not an LCD right? Everything spins up for me too, hard drive, vid card has power, CPU fan is on, post (green) light is on.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
Try to remove the battery from the MB, and next time you try to install WIN XP, when you are asked how to format your drive, chose quick NTFS formatting; disable floppy drive in BIOS, because it might try to boot from it (and I suppose you don't have one), and in boot sequence (BOOT DEVICE PRIORITY) set cd-dvd as first, and HDD as second, and turn off any other device as bootable
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
SOURCE: My husband recently built a
Hi, the thing to do here is to narrow down what could be causing the problem, initial suspects would be the RAM chips. If you have known working ones you can try in it, try these, if not, try without one, then swap them over, or even try without both.
Also, remove any components that aren't strictly necessary, i.e. hard drives & cables, cd-rom/dvd drives, extra PCI cards,network cards etc
Another suspect may be just a loose connection, try taking everything out, re-seating it. Again, pay particular attention to the RAM chips.
It could possibly even be a faulty processor, have you another you could try? Try taking it out and re-seating it.
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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