I got problem with my mobo asus p4p800-x,there was no screen or no beep at all......blank screen(only "no signal" shown).i asked to my friend at YM an he told he got same problem but with mobo asus p4p800-mx. Now i used my bro's comp,his mobo asus P5B. What's wrong with asus p4p800 series??????????? i hate this brand now.
ugh...i looking for solution. please...give ur hand....
Got the same problem when adding 2x1Gb RAM PC3200 in addition of original RAM 2x512Mb PC2100.
After some testing, it appears these no-name RAM do not work with the P4P800-X.
But they works in my other PC.
Will buy new PC3200 RAM and hope this will be OK this time.
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Checked your RAM chips? Remove them and boot up and see if it will beep. If you have another DVD drive, swap it and try again. The board battery rarely goes, and only change it when it is not keeping the date/time etc, it won't help in outputting video.
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us this is the driver section of asus
on the first row that says select a product choose MOTHERBOARD
on the second row select Socket478
on the third row select your mobo P4P800-X
than the site will prompt you to select operating system and you will see your driver page
there are many things that can shut down a motherboard.
power spikes, the caps on the board, a blown diode, voltage regulators alot of people use a power strip to protect there computers which is wrong they will not prevent a spike from getting to your hardware, even tho the light comes on the board (3.3v) if you do not have 12v or 5v getting through the board theres no way to get it to go the only thing you can do is see if you can find someone who fix's the boards or upgrade to a new mobo or find a replacment on ebay or one of the other sites
Hi Durmo, your troubles may be the SLI card. If you are using a single 8500GT make sure your SLI card is plugged into the motherboard as a single graphics card. See page 3-9 in your manual. If your 8500GT has dual out puts check both for display. Only one will show you display.
If you have this set correctly & you have tested your monitor on another system (& it is good) yet no display from the system than contact Asus. This board was make in 2007 & is warranted up to 2010. You can do this online or call Asus at 1-812-282-2787 M-F EST. Other countrys click the dropdown menu at Asus home page. http://www.asus.com/products.aspx?l1=3&l2=11&l3=473&model=1474&modelmenu=1
First off take out your pc ram, then listen for a alarm to beep continually. If it does not beep then either your mobo is not getting power or it overheats for some reason and the protection functionalities in the bios has been set to switch off or it is broken.
Basically strip down your pc to bare essentials to get it working. Only hook up one ide/sata drive your os drive, one cd/dvd rom, powersupply to mobo and cpu and ram offcoarse. Start from bottom and work your way up.