Question about ASUS P4S800-MX Motherboard
I would swap the power supply or test the power supply in a known working system. Than do the same for memory & lastly for the CPU. Resetting the bios should cause the onboard graphics card to load instead of an AGP card loading. If you did have an AGP card on the board, remove it. Though you did remove the battery it is still recommended to move the bios jumper to clear for 15 seconds, page 1-15 in you're manual. Than reset the jumper to normal. Again, if you were using the onboard graphics card, you can try adding an AGP 8x/4x, 1.5v card. It may allow display. If nothing helped than replacing the board is the next step.
There is one listed on this link. Scroll to the bottom of the page.
You might want to hurry. Other than EBay I did not find another board for sale.
I did not try to buy this item.
You might have to register to buy the board. Be careful with EBay over seas. Buy a faulty board & it can cost you triple to return it. Return policy not normally specified.
This link will add to cart but it's double the price.
You should be able to use Asus P4V8X-MX MB to run you're current devices.
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Posted on Jun 20, 2008
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