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My Asus P8H67-M doesnt startup , its led on the MB goes on but thats it, I changed the Cmos battery, put in 1 stick of ram to listen for a beep with speakers in etc.... I have the 24 pin connector and the 8 connected etc... Im using a Sandy Bridge 2600k i7 2x4gigs of Ripsaw ram and a ATI 570 HD Card, along with the standard CD/RW drive and HD The power supply is a Corsiar 850w also btw. I have tried different configurations with the pins etc... 24/18 etc... and no luck. All I get is the green LED on the MB to light up. I checked the power supply and other componets in a diff build on a Asuss Sabertooth x58 with a previous CPU and they all work fine. Any ideas or help maybe a step I missed?

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I have had problems like this before have you check the version of the Bios that will run that chip i checked at ASUS and it is 0307 or higher and the newest is 0806. You can read the version on the bios chip or on the box the board came in or if you get it going on the first screen when it starts up.Make sure the Ram is the right clock speed and matched to the board i Have found some power supplies don't work with Asus boards. Also disconnect everything not needed till you find the problem and install one piece at a time and check the bios jumper to make sure it is in the right place.

Drivers and bios update and manual page. PRO&type=map&f_type=12

Posted on Mar 15, 2011

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  • hobbes2k8 Mar 15, 2011

    I dont know what or where the jumper is but I cleard the RTC and no luck still

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    Chris Ward Mar 15, 2011

    Here is a check list from ASUS web Site: try changing CPU if you have one Static from your hands can kill them.and take the board out of the case and try it laying on the pink foam that the board came with some time the board soldier jionts touch the case and the board will sence this and not turn on.

    1 the power LED is on

    1.1 Make sure all cables are connected well

    1.2 Please clear CMOS to have a try(refer to motherboard manual for details)

    1.3 Keep the necessary components ( a CPU, a memory, a graphic card )on board to test

    1.4 If there is still blank screen, please connect the connector of speaker to check if there is any beeps

    1.4.1 If there is no beep, please contact your retailer for a check

    1.4.2 If there is beep, please try to judge from the beep code as the following steps, if the problem still remains after the troubleshooting, please contact your retailer for a check. Memory issue: Beep (1 long 2 short)

    A Clean the Golden Finger of memory

    B Clean the memory slots

    C Leave only one memory stick to test

    D If convenient, please change different memory to test again Graphics card issue: Beep (1 long 3 short)

    A. Clean the Golden Finger of graphics card

    B. Clean the graphics card slots

    C. Try to test the onboard graphics card if there is onboard VGA integrated

    D. If convenience, please change different graphic cards to test again CPU issue: Beep (5 short)

    A. Check whether the CPU is in our CPU support list

    B. Check whether there are any damagers of your CPU or CPU socket.

    C. .Check whether the CPU fan is correctly connected

    D. Check whether the ATX_12V power cable is connected well

    E. If possible try to test with another CPU

    1.5 If the PC could POST after the troubleshooting as the steps 1.3, please plug components back one by one to find out which one may cause this problem

    2 the power LED is off

    2.1 Make sure the power cable which connects to the front panel is well

    2.2 Please swap a power supply for a try if possible.

    2.3 If the problem still remains, please contact your retailer for a check.

  • Mr_Kelp Apr 09, 2011

    My Asus P8H67-M didi not start up either; Now it is fine. It would flash the led power button and the CPU fan would spin a lttle - then nothing. What I did?
    I cleared he CMOS
    Got a 4 pin to 8 pin 12 volt adaptor for the CPU.
    I completely removed the motherboard and notice a metal "spacer pin" was not present next to the CPU (maybe ground to chasis???doubt it); I found it on the back of the mother board I just removed.
    Took out the CPU and re-seated it.
    Moved the RAM to alternate slots
    Re-installed the motherboard
    No more problems.



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