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During the POST

BIOS hanging during the POST, and the keyboard not responding for any touch .

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  • aziz_redsea Jun 26, 2008

    thanks for any Help

  • I am looking for a motherboard manual, guide, jumper setting and updates with a specs of:



    Manufaturer: Via Technologies, Inc.

    Motherboard: Vt82C692BX

    Chipset: Via 82C691 rev 68

    Super IO: Via 686 rev 27 at PCI 7

    Bios: Award 4.51PG

    Bios ID: 02/18/2000-693-686A-2A6LGV3-00-None

    Bios OEM: Bios 2M(2k000218A) Super 133-Support 133MHz System Bus-6.00PG



    Please Help me... I am a Freelance Hardware Troubleshooter having a problem with one of clients computer. Thank you very much.



    Mr. Romeo C. Morandante Jr.

    romeocruzmorandantejr@gmail.com

  • Marty marty May 11, 2010

    remove all items to a "barebones" pc...KB,HD,video only...try it...now start adding RAM modules...

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Maybe your board chip and bios are not supporting any of those plug into your computer. the reason why hangs on POST because it override the maximum limit presented on bios and chipset. Try Updating your bios and chipset. Warning! it must be a exact detail number and serial of updates you must use.

It is very risky but I try it with my computer. Now I can use large capacity of RAM, Hardisk and even PCI 2.0 plug-ins in computer with only 133MHz.

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