Question about ECS 945P-A (V3.0) Motherboard

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Everything works, but no display

I just bought all of my components for this new computer. I'm using an ECS 945P-A Ver 1.1. Everything is connected and set, but whenever I turn on my computer, there is not display. Is this the motherboard or power supply? Thank you for your time.

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  • Mostrivu Jun 11, 2008

    No beeps whatsoever. I'm thinking it's my memory or my power supply. I'm using Crucial 2 GB of RAM (2x1GB sticks) and a 550 watt power supply. 

    Also, my optical drive isn't working either. No lights or anything. All my fans are running, but no beep when it is turned on and no display.

  • rcappallo Oct 17, 2008

    I have no video from the MOBO...pulled everything mem, ram, hd's and still nothing from the video

    Is this possibly a bad board? or is there an easy fix?

  • Marty marty May 11, 2010

    try removing the memory and all non-essentials to barebone it then try again. if any good change noticed, the start adding one thing at a time until a bad change happens.

  • Jeffrey Pemberton
    Jeffrey Pemberton May 11, 2010

    Hi Mostrivu - Do you get any beeps? ( Is your pc's internal speaker hooked up?) Is the memory seated correctly, fully and did the clips click in place? Do the drives spinup, any lights come on?


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Try to check the RAM and Graphic card...Is it really plug in or not...

Posted on Sep 05, 2008

I have pretty much the same problem. i had 4g of ram and a nvidia video card. i moved my computer to another room with a new monitor, and the monitor did not recognize a signal. i then reset and noticed my hard drives did not try to read, nor did my usb ports activate. my cd rom drive did boot up though, but that might only be because the power came on...which tells me the power supply isn't the problem. sounds like i'm going to need another 50 dollar motherboard... oh and i also have the 945 ver 1.1 same as yours.

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

I am runnning the ecs 945P-A vers. 1.1 and i have two 1 gb sticks of ram .........MAKE SURE DDR2

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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Try a different stick of RAM. Like a smaller amount. try 512MB and see what happens. if 512 works, try the 1 of the 1GB sticks so you can still have atleast have 1GB.

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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