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Display I installed everything on the motherboard including a video card but when I start run and after few minutes it turn off. the other thing is does not display anything at monitor,

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Hi quezalte, there are three versions of this board. Please provide which version you have. This can be found on the box or on the board. (v1.1, v2.1 & v3.0)
Did you add thermal grease in-between the CPU heat-sink & fan assembly? Did you clear the cmos/bios page 9, in you're manual. (Do not forget to place the jumper back to Normal as shown in the manual). You're board must have sufficient power to operate. Suggest you're current power supply uses a 24-pin ATA _12v main connector at ATX1 page 10.
(Though the mother board mentions you can use a 20-pin ATX power connector).
(Not suggested).
You also must connect the auxiliary case power supply connector, 4-pin molex to ATX12V page 10 in you're manual.
Lastly, remove & reseat you're video card. Make sure the video cards copper connector's are evenly & completely inserted into the PCIE orange slot. You will not see video display if it is not seated correctly. Some PCIE video cards may also need power. Some may have a connector on them. (If you would have posted the name & model of you're PCIE card I could have advised whether is needs extra power). Lastly, you're power supply should be no less than 450watt. If you add hard drives to all the SATA slots available to you're board. I suggest you use a 550w power supply. If after checking & adjusting all of the above & you still have some problems. Re-post you're problems here.
I will address any & all for you.

Good Luck!
Suggestions & comments welcomed.
Mike

Posted on May 23, 2008

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