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Re: acs 755 a2
Basically your bios need resetting or clearing there are 2 ways, you can use your main board manual to locate the jumper as descrobed below or if you cant find it or that fails then proceeed to the other method described.
.) Find the Jcmos or Jp1 or JBAT jumper located on the board. Its a 3 pin jumper currently set to 1 and 2,,, set it to 2 and 4 wait a few then set it back to 1 and 2.
If you cant find the jumper or that fails then
Locate the battery on the main board
unplug the system then remove the battery and the memory(rams)
press and hold the power button for 3 seconds
replace the battery then the memory (rams)
pulg in the system and turn it on, it should boot
load the optimised defaults by entering setup , follow the on screen instructions to do this
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Hi, your motherboard has three sockets for the front panel connection: -USB socket, to connect any front usb ports you might have -AUDIO socket, to connect speaker/microphone socket on the front of your case -FRONTPANEL socket, where are connected the turn on/reset buttons, the ide/power leds and the buzzer. To connect all the pin in the right way, refer to the attached picture Hope it helped, Franz
This is the ECS website. Try the downloads section and in the search put in your model number to see what resources they offer. If that does not get you anywhere, in a google search type the model of your motherboard there and put manual after the model number. That should let you find it.
Can't say what the colours on your case wires are because they do vary but they should be marked up PWR SW (or PWR BTN), HD LED, etc.
Looking at the pin layout there should be a row of four with the pin on the far right missing and underneath a row of five with the last one on the far right being unused.
12 3 4
5 6 7 8 9
OOOOO Pins 3 and 4 are PWR. Pins1 and 2 are PWR LED.
5 & 6 are Hard drive and 7&8 are reset
On the system board, on the left edge next to the primary IDE connector, there is a 9 pin header.
I usually get a magnify glass and look down on the header . From right to left,you will see PWR led pins closer to the edge of the motherboard.and the Power BTN next to it.(the side of the pins that has 4 pins on it)
Then on the other side, you will see the pins for the HDLED across from the PWR led. Then the Reset pins across the PWRBTN.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
Make sure you have the correct front panel header connected correctly to the case wires. Open you're manual to page 12 under the English section. There you'll find a picture of the front panel header & how to connect the case's LED's to the motherboard. If you no longer have the manual you can download it from ECS at this link. http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Products/ProductsDetail.aspx?detailid=381&DetailName=Manual&MenuID=1&LanID=0 Chances are you may have the wire's connect backwards. (Positive + connected to the negative - ECT). Example, pin 1 is the + for hard disk drive & pin 3 is - for the hard disk drive. Cases vary on wire colors, normally if each connector has a common colored wire (solid color) that common wire would be the negative. Stripped wires are negative. Other cases use white colored wires as negative & colored wires as positive. As far as you not receiving any display. Try removing the AGP card & clean the copper contacts. Clean with alcohol. Place a couple drops onto a cotton swab & clean the copper, both sides. Blow out the AGP slot with canned air. Re-check all connections, power & data cables before closing the case. Power on the system & check the front led's for operation. If you still fail to get display, re-check the connection from the monitor to the case. Try you're monitor on another system. If good than you're video card could be bad. You're motherboard can run an 8x/4x speed AGP 1.5volt (only) graphics card.
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