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System will.not post

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My P5PE-5VM will not post system is on power light on
new memory board new post one time and that was it
all fans working new power suppy work test in differt system
reset bois reset system. remove memory here system error
put memory back in no post

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  • rhynovan Jan 19, 2009

    Power light, CPU and chasis fans all come on. Hard disk powers up. But there is nothing on the screen, nor any post beeps from the chasis speaker.

    Have tried removing all the expansion cards, unplugging the hard drive and DVD ROM from power and SATA ports, and even swapping the memory modules without any change.


  • Mark Kessler May 11, 2010

    What shows up on the screen when you turn on the computer?



    Are there any error messages or a series of beeps?

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Can anyone help me pls. fix my problem. My P5PE-VM Asus Motherboard having a problem error loading operating system. I replace my RAM, power supply and hard disk drive but seem's the error is not fix....I'm out of idea can anyone knows it and solve the problem.. I appreciate to thanks in advace!!!..

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From my experience i can say if there is no beep that means the memory is defective, preventing the system to do P.O.S.T. (power on self test) which is where the beep comes from.

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I'am working on ASUS P5PE-VM mobo, I removed the memory, video card and isolate the mobo away from the casing so no short circuit may occur during test. I plugged in the power supply and the front switch...


HI,
Clear CMOS or remove CMOS battery, Press the on off switch for 30 seconds.
Now go to BIOS setup,and set bios fail save default,and press F10>enter.If the problem same change the RAM if you have a spare.
http://www.computerhope.com/help/phoenix.htm

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Hi,

First of all make the memory is seated properly and that the motherboard supports the clock speed of it, i.e 400-800 MHz.

Then make sure that the processor is seated properly, take the processor out and put it back in.

Next if you are using a AGP graphics card and not any on-board graphics make sure the card is seated properly in the slot. A good idea to test the system is to use the on-board graphics port first.

Also clear the CMOS with the jumper that should next to the motherboard battery. If there is no jumper there remove the lead from the back of the unit and then take the motherboard battery out for around 20 minutes periodically hittting the on/off button to drain any residual power from the motherboard.

After 20 minutes are up put the battery back in and power the machine up.


Good luck and please post back if you need anymore help.


Regards.

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If the hard drive LED turns green, then:

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Hi rovin,
So you bought an XFX GeForce 256MB video card. You're board has 1 free AGP 8x video slot & 3 PCI (White opened slots).
You mention there is not slot for the new card. (What type of video card did you buy)? PCI-E, AGP or PCI?
The only slot you're board does not have is a PCI-Express.
Look in you're manual on page 1-7 for the location of the AGP video card slot.
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The ASUS P5PE-VM uses a integrated Intel® 865G chipset with integrated Intel® Extreme Graphics 2 Technology, which uses you're system memory to function.
If you need a manual you can download it from Asus. Click on the link to open to the P5PE-VM download site.
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P5PE-VM&SLanguage=en-us

I hope you find this helpful.

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