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Hi, Looks like a BiOS chip problem. The bios on your board is the lifeline when starting your computer. Pull out the bios chip and clean the contact points.Pull out the mem battery back up and flash the bios memory.Pull out all the hardware board on the PCi socket. Put back the bios chip and flash jumper back after wards. Restart......If BiOS shows up on screen you got a chance to revive the MoBo, if not.....Check the capacitors near the processor and look for any bloated caps. and replace it w/ the same value. If no bloated caps.......... Sorry to say, you have to replace that board and upgrade to a higher type.
Hello, You will remove the CMOS battery and wait for 5 minutes . Hope it will solve. If the problem is same please change or clean the RAM with eraser and install it again. If the problem is same please , http://www.techspot.com/review/129-asus-p6t-deluxe/If the mobo is in warranty should change .If period expire Now you will create a identity mark on BIOS chip and ,you should remove resoiulder the BIOS chip from *********** board .and install it again tightly.
If all the procedure will fail think your mobo should change as new. Hope this helps.
If both motherboards are LGA775 socket, then the next concern is whether or not the case is capable of having the new motherboard installed into it. Disconnect all power cables to all dv drives or cd drives and hard drives. Disconnect all ribbons from drives to the mother board. If you can get to all of the screws that hold the motherboard into the case, you get away without removing drives. Once you've got the motherboard then you can disconnect the power cable from the motherboard. Remove the memory chips, disconnect the sound cable from the old motherboard. install the memory chips onto the new mobo, Connect the power cable to the new mobo, then install the new mobo into the case. Replace the ribbons from the drives to the mobo, replace the power cables to the drives and reinstall the sound cable to the cd or dv drive. You should be done now.
Open your controll panel & open Sound & audio devices. Click the Audio tab. Is there a audio device listed? Click on the Voice tab, is the same device listed there? Next open the System icon click on the Hardware tab than click the device manager button. Scroll down to Sound, video & game controller. Do you see a yellow ! point? If you did see a device listed in both Audio & Voice. That is OK. If you saw a yellow ! in device manager. Reinstall your audio software from youe motherboard CD. Lastly try another speaker system. If still no sound than your intergrated sound chip is defective. RMA the board through ASUS it has a three yyear warranty. You can call tech first and get a case number at 812-282-2787. Than ask to be transfered to the RMA dept.