I have problem with D850GB motherboard. When I connect the power, the fans in the SMPS, AGP card, and all drives are powering. But the Motherboard and processor are not functioning. Just all fans and drives are running. Front power on switch have no use. Also no beeps nothing even after removing all boards and drives. When I remove the processor, then the symptom is not occuring.
I have this same problem also. I will add that the computer does light the cdrom light , the drive is spinning, the key board light and the floppy light., when first started up, nothing is going to the moniter to see whats going on!
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Re: D850GB power problem
The reason that your AGP card fans are on and your drives are on is simple because those devices have power. If the fan on the processor isn't working, then look for the wire that rut ns out of the fan and into the motherboard. Make sure that's plugged in. If it's not, then plug it in, but if it isn't this most likely means that your Heat Sink/Fan is broken. I woulnd't start your computer if the fan isn't working because your processor might overheat. One thing, if it doesn't beep, that means that it's not posting, which means start up tests are failing. Right now it seems like your processer is the problem right now, but I would take it to a repair center just to be sure.
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Hello Try using the onboard video chip to run your graphics.This will tell you if the agp card is bad or not. Remove agp card first. Also if there is another power supply for agp card fan, try using it.
I have used circut board cleaner on vid cards to get the fan working again with sucsess.
you never need to buy any power supply for using an AGP card... you can still continue to use the same SMPS... the SMPS may sometimes get short-out if it is unable to withstand the AGP card... in such case you can go for a 500W SMPS, that should help...
Hi BIOS21, I know this much. I know you're motherboard can not use a PCI-Express video card. You're board can not support SLI. I know from looking & reading the manual for the MSI KM4-L you're board supports an AGP video card. I also know some AGP video cards need extra power for them to function. This varies from card to card. You did find an open power port on you're AGP NVIDA 6600 256MG 128bit card. So plug in the power cord. Every AGP card receives power from the AGP port. Enough to run the fan. Depending on the card it may also need more power provided by the system to function. This is you're case. The power connector would not be on the card if it was not needed. Other AGP cards use the same power cord as a floppy drive. (Just so you know).
This is for the EliteGroup P4VMM2 motherboard. Please remove any newly added video card. One done boot the PC. Windows should load & function (Including video display). Yes?
Restart the PC & press the delete key every 2 seconds untill the bios menu loads. Opem the manual to page 33. Change the Primary Graphics Adapter from PCI to AGP. Save & exit the bios. The system will begian to restart. Press & hold the power button untill the PC shuts down. Unplug the power cord from the PC. Install the AGP card & connect any additional power to the video card if required. Double check all data & power connections for good fit before closing case. Re-connect the power cord & start up the PC. You should have display. Allow windows to finish loading & install the AGP software. Than update windows.
Who ever heard a single long beep. This means the video card may not be seated fully & or correctly. Remove the AGP card, blow out the AGP slot with canned air. Take some alcohol dripped onto a cotton swap. Clean the AGP's copper contacts & clean/wipe the copper within the AGP slot as best as possible. Allow time for alcohol to dry. Re-insert the AGP card, firmely & evenly.
Any more troubles? Please list the issue here. Need manual for the EliteGroup P4VMM2? Click on this link: http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/ProductsDetail_Download.aspx?detailid=272&DetailName=Manual&DetailDesc=P4VMM2%20%20(V3.2A)&CategoryID=1&MenuID=82&LanID=0
Pull all the cards out. Put in the CPU and fan, just one memory chip, the video card and the hard drive. Plug in just the power supply and the powerbutton switch to motherboard. Don't connect anything but the monitor, mouse and keyboard. If you still get beeps, try another memory chip (just one). I don't know the beep codes for your motherboard so we have to do this one step at a time.