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I have a Intel d33025 and i don't get any post or video it starts up with full 12 volts, fans turn at high speed i checked my video card it works on another computer my ram is good and i just got a brand new psu i have no idea i just bought it new from my local computer shop it ran great for about a week then gave out now i get no picture im afraid its my board but Intel wont warranty it was a board sold to a distributor that mods them then sales them to another company and my local shop sucks cause they failed to tell me as i left that they have to install it for full warranty so i have no clue. any help would be great

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You really should contact Emachine support. I looked for your model # 5250 among all their various model ' series ' with no luck on my end. I also thoroughly investigated the Intel website for your motherboard model # and that doesn't show up either at least not as written by you. I did find on the Japanese Intel website a model that was very similar tho. It is written as D915GAV, not GVA and the website for reference is very hard to read by most West Europeans and Americans. So my strongest recommendation is to go with the first link to Emachine support. I'm sure they can be of some help to you.

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SOURCE: Intel D945GTP monitor going into standby, cpu fan runnning full blast

first Turn off your pc & allow it to cool down & try after about 30 or 40 minutes. If you get same result remove your AC plug, VGA card, Other Expansion Cards & CMOS Battery(RAM also) After 20 or 30 minutes fix your memory, CMOS battery & change cmos jumper to recovery position & power on your PC if your pc is giving any display there will be a mesage for clear all passwords & settings select that option & turn off your pc. after taht fix your all expansion card one by one.

If your problem is same remove RAM & switch on pc, If you cant hear any beep sound you must check your powersupply & mother board get assist from hardware technician or go to your hardware vendor because there will be a warranty for your motherboard model.

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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Intel D102GGC2 Motherboard Each memory slot can hold DDR2 PC2-5300 with a maximum of 1GB per slot.*
Maximum Memory Capacity: 2048MB
* Currently Installed Memory: 512mb Number of Banks: 2
* Dual Channel Support: Yes
* CPU Manufacturer: GenuineIntel
* Although the memory can be installed one module at a time, the best performance comes from using matched pairs of modules.
Your MotherBoard Supports up to 2GB of memory.

You have 512mb, you can add 512mb to the empty slot.
, however,It's a good idea to keep them the same if you can.
You can install memory that is: DDR2 PC2-5300 (PC2-5300 is 667Mhz) you can use 1gb memory in each module for best performance and matching pairs since your motherborad supports dual can use sound card and SATA hard disk for higher disk support

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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Unhook everything except power and your monitor. Put one stick of memory in and attempt to boot. Post here with results, what power supply you're using, what memory, and what processor.

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Sounds like your wiring isnt right on the on off power. Make sure your power supply can handle this MotherboardAdapter cables are available that allow the incorrect use of older ATX or SFX power supplies in place of an ATX12V or SFX12V power supply. Intel does not recommend the use of these cables. These cables convert a standard 1x4 peripheral connector to the ATX12V 2x2 connector. An ATX12V or SFX12V with the 2x2 connector is required for all Pentium® 4 processor based Intel® Desktop Boards. Using the 1x4 converter cables can lead to system component or power supply damage and/or boot failures. The ATX12V and SFX12V power supply design guides (* recommend a minimum of 8A at 12Volts to properly power any Pentium 4 processor based Intel® Desktop Board. Standard ATX and SFX power supplies typically provide approximately 5A of current, which is not capable of reliably powering the Pentium 4 processor based Intel® Desktop Board. And I think the motherboards going to look for a formatted hard drive wired to the motherboard It wont boot off that USB stick.

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