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D1675 Boot problems

Ok the parts list, P4 2.8ghz 512cache 800 mhz cpu, 1675 mobo, 512/ 333mhz ram, western 80g hd, generic dvd drive, !micro/ atxp4 2,03 swicthing powersupply, generic atx case, windows xp pro with service pac 3. ati radeon 2400 pro 8x 256mb video card. Can't get this thing to boot comes to the win xp screen the little blue thing that scrols back and forth but the blue dot never comes up and then it cycles. win did not start properly blah blah blah. have tried 5 different video cards and the only time it booted all the way to the desktop was when we put in a card out of an old dell horizontal desktop i have no idea what it was. we had to take the bracket off the front to get it to go in but it worked. any body got a clue? I'm thinking the 8x card dosen't like the 1.5v bus???maybe the old dell card was a 4x??? each of the components have been tested in my other computers and appear to work properly when substituted. help, please.

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  • ghoompah May 30, 2008

    Ok so following that logic 4 out of the 5, 8X agp cards are not backwards compatible. I guess I now need to know where to find a 1,5 volt Agp card. My next assumption would be that the bus or slot was bad but it works consistaltly with the card that is phsyically inapropriate mounting wise but ok pin wise.

  • ghoompah May 31, 2008

    My nvidia card is a three volt 256meg 8x with two key slots. My ATI card only has one slot but no voltage information 256 meg 8x. My PNY card also has one slot and no voltage information 256 meg 8x. The mother board we know has one key and my spec sheet says it's a 1.5v bus. I don't have access to the old dell card cause it belongs to a friend and he wasn't willing to give it up. I might be able to get him to pull it again so we can see. To tell you the truth I'm currently looking for another MB cause I know my parts are good they just don't like each other. I do want to thank you for your help though. I not quiting yet but I'm definitely looking at plan B.

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Hi ghoompah, It's easy to tell if an AGP card supports 1.5volt. Look at the contacts (Copper) key of the video card. There should only be two key connectors. (This does not include the locking tail).
If there are three connectors than the card is most likely 3.3volt.
Click the link included to get an idea of what to look for.
http://www.ertyu.org/steven_nikkel/agpcompatibility.html
Many 8x speed cards are backward compatible with a 4x speed AGP. Other than looking at the video card it's self it's best to look at the AGP slot on the board. Count the sperations in the AGP slot. (Also known as keys).

Hope you find this helpfull!
Mike

Posted on May 27, 2008

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    Mike Peluso May 30, 2008

    The Fujitsu Siemens D1675 features the SIS 648FX chipset with integrated audio, Ethernet LAN controller, Firewire and SPDIF. The D1675 is a Socket 478 ATX motherboard supporting Intel Pentium 4 processors with an 800 MHz Front Side Bus and Intel Celeron processors with a 400 MHz Front Side Bus. Expansion is handeled by the AGP slot, five PCI slots and the CNR slot.



    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/...





  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso May 31, 2008

    Why not make it a bit easy on me. Look into the AGP slot & tell me how many seperator's you find & how many copper connectors on the old dell card. (You're thinking what's a seperator)? Look at Intel's decription at this link.

    http://www.intel.com/support/motherboard...



    What you are learning is there are many cards, 2x, 4x & 8x AGP cards that will fit an AGP slot with two seperatores in the slot on the board even if there are three connectors on the AGP video card. This next link may help you understand things a little better.

    http://www.hardwarezone.com.au/reviews/v...

    When you mentioned old dell I thought you had an old AGP card which would still fit an AGP 2x & 4x slot. Which is why I added the link from tiger direct. Supporting AGP 2X & 4X 1.5v graphics card.

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso May 31, 2008

    Well if you have any more questions feel free to ask. Just click the Ask Me button under my ID.

    If the information helped you at all I'd appreciate a green vote. Have a great wekkend!

    Mike

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