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KT3 AV with AMD new/old no video

No bios boot video, no hard drive or other stuff installed, just a ram, apears to be running normally

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    Ian Cormier May 11, 2010

    please post some specs on the mb

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Try flashing the bios

Posted on May 10, 2008

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If there's bios or Ram or Video card problem, it'll never boot up so please do check it once again and make sure there's nothing wrong with the Bios or Ram (the best option is referring the Bios Beeps, and reading the Beep Codes.)

If you can't sort out yourself, please reply to me with more details about your problem, including whatever you've done to fix it. Otherwise, I may repeat the same as you've already done.

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If you installed the new drive and now the computer keeps rebooting....you probably need to tell the computer to boot from the CD first and not the Hard Drive. When you first turn on the laptop, boot into BIOS by hitting the DELETE or F2 key....it is normally the Delete key.

This will boot into BIOS where you can find the BOOT OPTION menu and select the CD as the first boot device. This will allow the computer to boot from the Windows CD you should already have in your cd drive.

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Asus mb wl300 amd 64 4000+ won't boot to bios.


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Now power up the computer. If you hear a series of beeps then the computer recognizes there is no ram on the board. At this point I would take the power supply out and have it tested. If you do not hear a series of beeps I would still have the power supply tested as it could be the 12v is fine but the 5 and 3.3 volt side is bad.

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2. Go into the BIOS configuration and set it to the default configuration, check the installed RAM is it correct? .
3. Insert the remainder RAM module/s and check the POST info and BIOS again, has it detected all the RAM?
4. Does the computer Boot up using a floppy boot disk
5. Insert the CD and hard disk and check the POST info and BIOS configuration, does it detect the new drives?
6. Does the computer Boot up using a floppy boot disk, run FDISK, can you see the hard drive, if so delete all partitions (if any) and create a new primary DOS partition and then format the hard drive.
7. Boot up with the Windows CD (may have to change the boot order to the CD as the first boot device).
8. Delete the DOS partition, create a primary NTFS partition and the do a full NTFS format (not a quick format) and continue to install Windows Xp or Vista.
9. Install the other device eg modem, Lan etc. and the drivers.

If you have trouble with the first 5 steps, then you most likely have a faulty motherboard and/or a faulty hard disk.

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WindowsXP not loading after installing Windows Vista Demo Version


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2nd boot device, cdrom drive
3rd boot device, hard drive
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Save & exit the bios. The system will restart & windows should load. If it does not, than you picked the wrong hard drive.

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2. Check temperature of South Bridge. If it very hot - it`s sounds very bad.
3. Remove any overclocking if it set.

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