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I have no on board video or external video via the agp video card. computer emits no beeps during boot prosess. all power supply voltages are available.

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I've got a via p4m266. and I've found that it does that if you put the cmos reset jumpers on the reset setting. check for one stand alone jumper across 3-pins, check readings on board for location of cmos reset jumpers & move jumper to bridge the unbridged connection.

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Solid amber light, fan attempts to starts, but fails. I think it's a bad motherboard. How can I be absolutely certain?


I would suspect the power supply over the System Board.
You will need a large antistatic bag or antistatic mat plus a ground strap and a power supply checker.
Check the power supply using a power supply checker (about $10.00). Unplug the power connector on the mother board and plug the connector into the power supply tester. If you do not have a power supply tester let me know how many pins are on the connector and I will tell you how to test it with a volt meter. If any voltage is not present, replace the power supply. If you do not have -5 volts it was used for ISA slots and was completely removed from the ATX standard in 2004.
Do you have an onboard video card? If you do is that the video output you intend to use or a external video card? If you have onboard video connect the monitor to the onboard video output. Disconnect the AC power supply cord from the computer and attach a ground strap from your wrist to the bare metal of the power supply. The down side of static damage to components is you do not always see the damage immediately since static can weaken components causing future failure. Remove all cards from the slots except the video card if you do not have the onboard video. Be careful to touch only the edges of the boards not the connecters and place them on the antistatic mat or in the antistatic bag. Plug the power supply back in and see if the Power On Self Test (POST) displays the boot process on screen or beeps are audible. The error beep codes can change from the BIOS types but these are a few generic ones. It would be best to check your motherboard manual for a complete listing of error codes.
1 short beep – System is OK
No beeps – Bad power supply or system board
Continues beep – Memory error
1 long two short beeps - display adaptor

If no video is displayed and no beeps can be heard, turn the system off by holding down the power button for 5 seconds then unplug the unit. Verify the ground strap connection on your wrist and the bare metal of the power supply. Carefully remove the memory sticks handling only by the edges noting which slots they go in and which module was taken from which slot and place them on the antistatic mat or in the antistatic bag. Plug the power supply back in and see if a continues beep is audible. If yes, power off the unit and unplug the power cord. Put only one memory module in the first slot but do not put the same module in the same slot (swap them) if you have more than one module. Restore power to the system and see if the continues beep is no longer heard and you see video. If you see video and no continues beep than power the unit down and unplug the unit. Do the same for any other memory module which will help you determine if any modules are bad. This test is not a complete test but if any modules are dead you can identify them. If no video and no beeps the motherboard is the suspected problem.
If you have video and one short beep upon power on and all memory checks good. Power down the unit and unplug the power to the power supply inset one of the removed boards and try to boot the system to see if you still have video. If you do power the system down and repeat the same procedure for each card. If you do not have video suspect that card is bad.
Good luck and be careful to always touch the bare metal of the power supply with it unplugged before reaching inside the computer and touching any boards.

Aug 13, 2010 | Dell Vostro 200 Desktop Computer

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In intel p4 motherboard ,no display view.


I can only cover generic test procedures since I do not have the specifications of your motherboard.
You will need a large antistatic bag or antistatic mat plus a ground strap and a power supply checker.
Check the power supply using a power supply checker. Disconnect the power supply unplug the power connector on the mother board and plug the connector into the power supply tester. If you do not have a power supply tester let me know how many pins are on the connector and I will tell you how to test it with a meter. If you have any voltage not present replace the power supply. If you do not have -5 volts it was used for ISA slots and was completely removed from the ATX standard in 2004.
Do you have an onboard video card? If you do is that the video output you intend to use or a external video card? If you have onboard video connect the monitor to the onboard video output. Disconnect the power supply cord from the computer and attach a ground strap from your wrist to the bare metal of the power supply. The down side of static damage to components is you do not always see the damage immediately since static can weaken components causing future failure. Remove all cards from the slots except the video card if you do not have the onboard video.Be careful to touch only the edges of the boards and place them on the antistatic mat in the antistatic bag. Plug the power supply back in and see if the Power On Self Test (POST) displays the boot process on screen or beeps are audible. The error beep codes can change from the BIOS types but these are a few generic ones. It would be best to check your motherboard manual for a complete listing of error codes.
1 short beep – System is OK
No beeps – Bad power supply or system board
Continues beep – Memory error
1 long two short beeps - display adaptor

If no video is displayed and no beeps can be heard, turn the system off by pressing the power button and unplug the unit. Verify the ground strap connection on your wrist and the bare metal of the power supply. Carefully remove the memory sticks handling only by the edges noting which slots they go in and which module was taken from which slot and place them on the antistatic mat or in the antistatic bag. Plug the power supply back in and see if a continues beep is audible. If yes, power off the unit and unplug the power cord. Put only one memory module in the first slot but do not put the same module in the same slot (swap them)if you have more than one module. Restore power to the system and see if the continues beep is no longer heard and you see video. If you see video and no continues beep than power the unit down and unplug the unit. Do the same for any other memory module which will help you determine if any modules are bad. This test is not a complete test but if any modules are dead you can identify them. If no video and no beeps the motherboard is the suspected problem.
If you have video and one short beep on power on and all memory checks good. Power down the unit and unplug the power to the power supply inset one of the removed boards and try to boot the system to see if you still have video. If you do power the system down and repeat the same procedure for each card. If you do not have video suspect that card is bad.
Good luck and be careful to always touch the bare metal of the power supply with it unplugged before reaching inside the computer and touching any boards.

Jan 18, 2010 | Intel Motherboard

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Emachine won't boot. when first turned on, get 2 beeps, floating error "Self check, check your PC and signal cable, monitor is working" on black screen, fan runs fast and loud. machine not connected to...


I am an emachine specialist. These computer suffer with problem motherboards which often blow the power supply unit. Replacing the power supply on it's own does not solve the problem as the motherboard processor socket is the cause of the problem, the fault in turn blows the power supply. The same applies to all Advent and Medion computers sold via the high street stores.

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Feb 20, 2009 | E-Machines (308714) Motherboard

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Need Help !! D865GBF / D865PERC Intel Motherboard No Pictures


While the system may be emitting a memory error beep code, that obviously is not the only issue here. If there is onboard video and it isn't working, try this:

1: Unplug system
2: Open case
3: Look for the CR2032 flat watch-style battery located on the motherboard, usually around where the front panel connections are
4: Remove this battery using a flathead screwdriver to push on the tiny 'hook' of metal holding it in. DO NOT PRY THE BATTERY OUT.
5: Let system sit for 10 seconds and put the battery back in.
6: Power the system back up

What this does is drain the system's memory completely. If it was perhaps set to use the AGP video card (which isn't installed, hence no video), this setting should be cleared and you should get onboard video.

Failing this, really, your only choice is a new motherboard, or to install an AGP card and see if it works. If you don't feel like hunting down a replacement board, I'd just order a cheap AGP card. If the AGP card works, use it. If not, then your motherboard is really pooched and you'll need a new one anyways.

About the memory beep issue:

You can google memtest86 and download that program. Burn it to a bootable CD and run the memory test; it should tell you if the memory is good or not.

hope that helps!

Jan 05, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Video


Hello kensansom766,
If everything is powering on and your getting no video, most likely the motherboard has gone out. With a agp card present it disables the on-board vga. Does it sound off any beep codes when you cut it on?
First thing i would do is take the memory out just to make the computer beep and acknowledge that there's no memory present, if you don't hear a beep, there another problem, if it does beep however you can assume the motherboards okay and go onto step two. It just might be bad memory too, see if you can replace it with memory from a working computer.
If you've been taking out the video card alot, i would make sure its seeded properly. Then take out some of those cards your not using. 56k modem, sound card, etc. I would also try just the on-board video, too.
Then if your still getting no video, i would remove everything from the board, ide cables, cards, usb controllers and cables, just have the power supply and the wires for the power and reset buttons connected. if you dont get at least the post screen, then its a bad motherboard for sure.
Sorry to type an essay, buts thats how i approch video issues like this. If you don't feel comfortable with doing major surgery like that, please don't. Most likely you can take it to a repair center and at least get a diagnostic, and put the fear of making things worse, in there hands.
Good Luck
CoDoc

Nov 06, 2008 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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No video and constant long beeps


Hi ,
if there is no display get with on bord display please reset COMS setting by unplugging COMS battery ....
then if u want to install external AGP card in u r pc u need to disable on board display in COMS setting ....Do it ..it should be working fine ..


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Dfi wt70ec socket 423 board never used and visiontekx1300512mb agp


Either video adapter is not seated properly. Remove the video card & reseat.
Also, check to ensure the monitor cable is connected properly.

Jan 01, 2008 | DFI NT70-SC Motherboard

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Will not accept new agp video card


Did you try and change the power supply? Maybe the power supply is faulty since u say it keeps rebooting. Since you do not see anything on the screen (the bios is not executed, could b a problem with the power supply. Do you get any beeps?)

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