Question about MSI P965 Platinum Motherboard
Boot into your bios when you are first turning on the computer(Press Del while the Press DEL to enter SETUP message displays on screen after powering on the computer.) and look and see if you have "only use on-board graphics" set. Sometimes you have to click the arrow and choose"use graphics card" instead of the system only using your on-board graphics.
Posted on Jul 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MS 6712 motherboard
check the cables, and if all connection pins are on the drives or on the motherboard. Not all the needed communication routs between the drives and the motherboard are working....
U can also try another IDE slot (if more than 1)
If all checks ok, try a BIOS reset... (but most probably is just the cables ...)
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
SOURCE: Computer will not turn on
The only way you can see if it the motherboard or the card is to try them in different machines I.Eputting the card in a buddys pc and try another AGP card on your board. I am glad that we were able to figure out the problem
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: MSI P6N Platinum not booting up
Have you plugged in the additional power supply connectors to this board at JPW1 (under the heatpipes towards the rear connector panel)? If not then you need an 8 pin 12V power supply from your PSU to this connector (This is what powers your CPU). If you don't have an 8 pin connector, you can get away with a standard 4 pin. It will only fit in one way, so you'll know.
It may sound like a daft solution, but you'd be amazed how many people forget to plug this connector in on this and similar boards.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
It is not DDR2 or DDR3, it is new memory technology developed by Intel which is a flash memory module which reduces the time it takes for a computer to power up, access programs, and write data to the hard drive.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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