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Not booting at all, want to check all pins are correct

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Here are 2 links. One for the PDF download and the second for the complete list of manuals available for this model.

Manual (PDF)

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Posted on May 27, 2008

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Dell xps 710 motherboard replaced with 700 motherboard but it does not boot


This could be any number of problems. First start with hardware. Is everything seated and connected correctly? Are the hard drives installed correctly. Are the power on pins on the board set correctly or pinned at all? Is the ram the correct ram?

Check the hard drives, are they functional, do they boot with other computers?

Use a volt meter and check that the power supply is producing the correct voltages on all the connectors and rails.

If that all checks out, it might be a bios error. Check your boot load order and if the motherboard is detecting the hard drives, check that the correct bios settings for OS management are in place as this is a server. Is the RAM power settings (voltage) and speed correctly selected? Will the computer boot from optical drive using a live CD? Will it boot from a USB live OS (like Ubuntu)?

Since it's not booting, you may not have compatible hardware or damaged hardware. The OS that's installed on the hard drives may not be able to load on the new (older model) motherboard due to driver incompatibility.

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This is a safety feature.
To turn off this feature open you're manual to page 1-15. Follow the instruction, item 2. Chassis intrusion connector (4-1 pin CHASSIS). If you need the manual download it from Asus; http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us
At the time of this post Asus Global site is down for repair. Suggest you type, P4XP-X in the search window located in the upper right hand corner of the above link. Than click on:
P4XP-X related files for download

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My power supply was running hot. came back some


It is possible that on occasion a bad power supply can also take out other stuff.

first of all double check each and every power connection and only connect the drives that are needed to actually boot up the machine.I cant pull the manual for this mobo right now so gonna go out on a limb and say check that the 24 pin (could be 20) is inserted correctly and all the way, same for the four pin square and the 6 pin oblong (may be optional on the 6 pin)

Double check the flying leads the go to the front of the machine just in case one of them has become disconnected make sure that if you have had those off that they went back on correctly as some may need the correct polarity to work. refer to your manual if you are not sure.

Try again.

Even new psu's can be bad so maybe get the shop you bought it from to check it for you its a 2 second deal if they have a PSU tester (if they don't then maybe they are not quite the shop you would want to get a PSU from) If the PSU checks out then you could try start with a new mobo but there is still a chance other items got pooched too

Hard call as to a new mobo and maybe the rest

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the things youre describing that are not controlled by the same power connectors. the 1st set that works are powered i think by the main large rectangular power connector. the stuff that's not working require more power connections. the cpu fan has a small wire that connects to a small connector on the motherboard right near the cpu. the optical drive connects to one of the the 4 pin power connectors coming from the power supply, same with the hard drive- same power connector. the front usb light is going to connect to a specific tiny 2 pin connector on the mobo, it will be labeled with tiny white letters-- try to find or download the manual. godo luck!

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It cannot find your hard disk to boot from
Check the 4 pin power cable is correct and that the ribbon cable is fitted correctly. with the stripe side nearest the power cable and next to the No.1 pin on M/board

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Hi Banyar, lets check the main menu & the boot order in you're bios. Start up the PC, as soon as you see any display on the monitor press the delete key every 2 seconds until the bios main menu loads. This is also where you can see the time & date. List on the left is;
Primary IDE Master
Primary IDE Slave
Secondary IDE Master
Secondary IDE Slave

Across from these on the right is the matching device. If you have one hard drive the bios will show its model number on the right.
Ex: ST150322A. (You're drive will be different). If you have more than one hard drive the second drive, (Should be listed as Primary IDE Slave). CD-ROM drives would be listed as, Secondary IDE Master & Secondary IDE Slave. Write down the model name of the Primary IDE Master on paper. Now go to the title, "Boot" in the bios. Use you're manual & go to page 2-25. High-light, Boot Device Priority & press enter. Set the order as shown in the manual. Make sure the 3rd boot device is set to the correct hard drive listed from the main menu. The model you wrote down. Once set save & exit the bios. The PC will restart. You should no longer receive the error message & windows should boot normally. If windows does not load normally than it is possible that the Primary IDE master drive is not the drive with windows installed on it. You must find the correct drive with windows loaded on it. Connect that drive to the Primary IDE master port.
You may need to reset the drive’s pin settings so it is seen as the primary drive.
Than change the 3rd device in the bios boot priority list with the correct drive. Windows demands that the operating system be located on the, Primary IDE master port. Please read pages 2-12 & the top of 2-13 in you're manual.

More questions? Post them here.
Good Luck!
Mike

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Power up problems


To enter setup (Refering to the bios/cmos), press the Delete key very two seconds untill the bios main menu loads. You need to go to the menu heading - Boot.
If you added another hard drive to you're system the IDE (hard drive) it's jumper settings may not be correctly set. If there are now two IDE drives both the primary master & secondary drive's jumpers must be set correctly. You will ned to look at the white sticker on the drive for the correct jumper settings. Many primary IDE drives pin jumper is set as a single master drive with out a secondayr drive attached in the system. When you add a second drive the pin jumper one the master drive will most likely need to be changed to master with a slave. The second drive will also need it's jumper set as a slave drive. Once this has been adjusted you need to enter the bios & make sure you're primary master drive is set in the boot order. Most PC's boot order is as follows.
1st Boot device, floppy drive. (If one is connected to the system).
2nd boot device, CD-ROM drive.
3rd boot device, master IDE drive.
Please use the help of you're manual to guide you for these settings.
AOpen MX46L web site. http://download.aopen.com.tw/Default.aspx
You must set the three drop down menu's to get you're board's drivers & manual. In the first menu choose motherboard, in the second menu choose MX46L & in the last menu choose manual. For drivers, the third menu choose drivers.

Still heave more questions? Just ask.
Mike

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on both cases study the motherboard carefully, check the writeup at the pins and surely you will find the jumper pins you are looking for.



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