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I'm trying to build a computer; It has been a long time; I've worked with 2 of my motherboards but can't get video on either;they are booting up but no video; I know it's gonna be something simple. Can you help?

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Check the board battery first and let me know

Posted on Apr 11, 2011

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. . . overclocking nightmare!!!


Motherboards, processors, and sdram must be timed properly to work together. Seldom have I found an overclocker who understands how timing works.

From your cryptic question it is not possible to offer a solution. Although in the United States, "won't give in," means to stand your ground, to prevail, stubbornness, to be uncooperative, failure to concede, continue to compete while injured, obstinacy in the face sound counsel, but I've never heard it used in reference to a motherboard.

I would suggest you make some reasonable settings in the BIOS setup program (hit del to run setup), and be patient. Microsoft Windows tracks previous boot outcomes, and uses the information to make adjustments in both hardware and software.

So, say your machine started to boot, but it froze or blue-screened. On the next boot Windows will make adjustments to hopefully improve the outcome.

If you make hardware-timing adjustments, Windows will already have planned the next boot, but now the user-configurable hardware settings have changed before Windows even gets hold of the machine!

Motherboards do the same thing. If the computer didn't start at all, but there were no beeps, the motherboard adjusts the timings so the computer can start.

After power-up, the BIOS might require you to run 'setup', but you can just hit 'esc.' As the BIOS turns control over to the operating system, it puts the timings back where you had them set (with exceptions), and Windows might even boot.

The conclusion is: be patient. Don't try to change a setting after every freeze or malfunction, unless you sure it must be changed. If two successive boot-ups fail, you probably need to show some mercy and loosen up on the timings.

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Asus crosshair socket am2 motherboard not booting


Sounds like your monitor is bad. Try another monitor because if the video card was bad and the monitor is working you would get a No Signal message on the screen. Borrow a monitor from a neighbor, friend, relative or co-worker and connect it to the computer. If the Borrowed monitor displays ok, then your original monitor is bad. If the Borrowed monitor does the same as your original monitor and does not display anything, then there is an issue with your video card.

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My computer (3.0 GHz Pentium 4 with Asus P4P800-E Deluxe mobo) will boot to the POST screen, and it successfully identifies all of my hardware (memory, hard disk, DVD-ROM drive, etc.), but then won't...


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.

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No matter what size memory I install, it only recognizes 1/2 of it. What am I dolin wrong? Thanx, Tom the Elder


hello,
try booting up one memory at the time
-memory 1 to memory slot 1 boot computer see if it will work. -memory 1 to memory slot 2 boot computer see if it will work.
-memory 2 to memory slot 1 boot computer see if it will work. -memory 2 to memory slot 2 boot computer see if it will work.
the reason for doing this is to make sure w/c one is defective if it is the memory slot or the memory it self, you can also check the manual to see what the maximum memory the motherboard can have.
cheers

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When boot up i get 1 long and 2 short beep repeatedly. No additional hardware attach to mobo. Please advise


Thats a video card failure.

If the video card is build into the mainboard try attaching a another videocard to the motherboard and see if it boots up

I know the beeping too well, I've had that happen on laptops and well a few desktops, if the new card doesn't solve the problem the mainboard is faulty.

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I have GA-8iD533 motherboard. One of my friend tried to flushing the bios, but during the flushing the electricity was gone. After the electricity come i power on the computer,now it shows nothing and i...


To recover your motherboard bios and bring it back to life, you will need this following things:

1. Floppy Drive: It is needed to load the Boot Disk and the new BIOS update.
2. Boot Floppy: It is needed to load the basic operating system, preferably MS DOS.
3. ISA Video Card: Optional, but can simply the recovery process.

Notes:
A startup disk can be automatically built from the Add/Remove Programs applet within the control panel. The boot disk is a vital part of this guide, though users with WinNT/2K will need to build this boot disk from a system running MS-DOS or Win9x/ME.

You can obtain it also from this website: www.Bootdisk.com

Be sure to copy all needed BIOS utilities and update/backup files used during the original flash process to this disk as well.

After making the boot disk, delete the config.sys and autoexec.bat in the boot disk. It can be found in the disk primary directory path.

Create your own autoexec,bat. Using a notepad, build the autoexec.bat file by putting all the command lines in flashing a BIOS.

The approach for using flash utility from AMI or Phoenix is similar, but be sure to read the provided help information about each command line option before building the autoexec.bat entry. Create the text command entry, and then save to the file "autoexec.bat" in drive A: . This will load the command at floppy boot time, regardless of whether an ISA video card is available.


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Dell Inspiron 531 (desktop) won?t turn on/boot


You've either got a bad motherboard or a bad processor (I'd lean to the motherboard being bad). I would honestly take this into a computer repair shop and have them check both.

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My computer wont start, no setup, no bios, nothing...


This is only a stab in the dark but are all your M/board fixing connected correctly
Hard drive etc.
One other way is to disconnect everything from M/board except for Video and memory and try to boot up if it does then connect hard drive etc one at a time rebooting each time until it will not boot that is the wrongly connected one

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Two long beeps and no booting. Motherboard Soltek SL-75FRN2-L. The computer has worked with this motherboard for about 3 years. The problem started like that: first problems with the hard disk with the...


You could try re-seating your ram and your video card if applicable.
2 beeps generally upon post depending on the bios is video or unstable ram.
Depending on how many sticks you have on the board try re-seating them if that doesn't work diagnose the faulty stick by putting them in 1 at a time.
Hope this helps

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