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About Mainboard in the most problem the mainboard don't show sign of connection to monitor.can u some way to sole thank in advance

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    Styme May 11, 2010

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    Your VGA or DMI cable is not damaged ?

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Remove all RAM modules - system should beep when you switch it on. If not then your CPU is not working.
Can you see anything on the monitor?
Does the keyboard lights flash when you switch on after several seconds (caps lock, num lock, scroll lock lights flash)

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Front panel conecting


Hello it depends of the mainboard manuafacture, but most frontpanel connections look like this:


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It also typed in on the mainboard, with very small letters.

Visi also the mainboard or pc manuafactures homepage for more info.

Please add the mainboard or pc manuafactures name, next time you use fixya. Thank you.

Hope this will help you

Feb 09, 2013 | Motherboards

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What ram does it take


Difficult to say because i don`t know the mainboard number.

Visit your mainboards homepage for more info.

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/

And enter the mainboard number.

Find the mainboard info by installing this program

http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html

Install the english version.

If the mainboard is more than 5 years old, it haves DDR ram.

The mainboard will support from 2 to 8 gb of ram.

Ram is available in: SDRAM, DDR, DDR2, DDR3 and RDRAM.

Good luck

Jan 13, 2013 | Intel Motherboard

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Mather board Gigabyte Ga-G41M CMOS checksum error -Defaults loaded and keyboard and Mouse are not working


Replace the battery and make sure it has a good connection in it's seat. Download and reflash the BIOS again. The original download file may have been corrpted. If those steps don't fix it then there are only a couple remaining things that could be happening:

1) Bad CMOS memory chip. This does happen. It's a small, couple K battery backed chip. The chip itself, mainboard tracings or circuitry leading to it could go bad or be defective.

2) Mainboard is shorting on the case somewhere. The tracings on the mainboard can definately short/ground or have periodic shorts causing the cmos memory to become corrupt.

3) Something electromagnetic is effecting the CMOS memory. A poorly shielded fan or other magnetic source is wiping out the CMOS memory periodically. You don't have like a refridgerator magnet on the side of the case do you? :D

4) Temperature. If for some reason your mainboard has a hot-spot, excessive temperatures for the CMOS chip can cause it's contents to scramble.

5) Unstable power. If one of your voltage rails from the PSU is bad, it can wipe CMOS memory contents. Get a hardware monitor and let it run to watch voltage ranges.

6) BIOS virus. Some virus attack the BIOS/CMOS memory space. Run a full scan and if you cannot afford a good virus program, try AVIRA. Even if your system comes up clean, look for patterns in usage (like a particular CD you use when it happens, etc.etc.)

I'd say it's most likely just a bad chip/mainboard. I've seen this before.


Jun 13, 2012 | Gigabyte Motherboards

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Mather board Gigabyte Ga-G41M CMOS checksum error -Defaults loaded


Replace the battery and make sure it has a good connection in it's seat. Download and reflash the BIOS again. The original download file may have been corrpted. If those steps don't fix it then there are only a couple remaining things that could be happening:

1) Bad CMOS memory chip. This does happen. It's a small, couple K battery backed chip. The chip itself, mainboard tracings or circuitry leading to it could go bad or be defective.

2) Mainboard is shorting on the case somewhere. The tracings on the mainboard can definately short/ground or have periodic shorts causing the cmos memory to become corrupt.

3) Something electromagnetic is effecting the CMOS memory. A poorly shielded fan or other magnetic source is wiping out the CMOS memory periodically. You don't have like a refridgerator magnet on the side of the case do you? :D

4) Temperature. If for some reason your mainboard has a hot-spot, excessive temperatures for the CMOS chip can cause it's contents to scramble.

5) Unstable power. If one of your voltage rails from the PSU is bad, it can wipe CMOS memory contents. Get a hardware monitor and let it run to watch voltage ranges.

6) BIOS virus. Some virus attack the BIOS/CMOS memory space. Run a full scan and if you cannot afford a good virus program, try AVIRA. Even if your system comes up clean, look for patterns in usage (like a particular CD you use when it happens, etc.etc.)

I'd say it's most likely just a bad chip/mainboard. I've seen this before.
Good Luck!

Jun 13, 2012 | Gigabyte Motherboards

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Mather board Gigabyte CMOS checksum error -Defaults loaded


Replace the battery and make sure it has a good connection in it's seat. Download and reflash the BIOS again. The original download file may have been corrpted. If those steps don't fix it then there are only a couple remaining things that could be happening:

1) Bad CMOS memory chip. This does happen. It's a small, couple K battery backed chip. The chip itself, mainboard tracings or circuitry leading to it could go bad or be defective.

2) Mainboard is shorting on the case somewhere. The tracings on the mainboard can definately short/ground or have periodic shorts causing the cmos memory to become corrupt.

3) Something electromagnetic is effecting the CMOS memory. A poorly shielded fan or other magnetic source is wiping out the CMOS memory periodically. You don't have like a refridgerator magnet on the side of the case do you? :D

4) Temperature. If for some reason your mainboard has a hot-spot, excessive temperatures for the CMOS chip can cause it's contents to scramble.

5) Unstable power. If one of your voltage rails from the PSU is bad, it can wipe CMOS memory contents. Get a hardware monitor and let it run to watch voltage ranges.

6) BIOS virus. Some virus attack the BIOS/CMOS memory space. Run a full scan and if you cannot afford a good virus program, try AVIRA. Even if your system comes up clean, look for patterns in usage (like a particular CD you use when it happens, etc.etc.)

I'd say it's most likely just a bad chip/mainboard. I've seen this before..

Jun 13, 2012 | Gigabyte Motherboards

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I have got a system with an Aopen motherboard which having only a 20 pin connector for smps connectivity. the Atx smps i have is is 24 pinned. i can connect the main line by splitting up the 24pin...


The actual Processor fan connects to the CPU Fan header on the mainboard. It's 4 small pins. It plugs in right near the CPU socket on the mainboard. Check the user manual for exact placement, you may download it from the AOpen website if you don't have one already.

Plug in the 20Pin connector if that is the most Pins that the mainboard will allow. Cable tie the other 4Pins back onto the 20Pin connector.

Then if there is additional 4Pin connector required by the mainboard for CPU power and you don't have that connector on you power supply, you will need to purchase a Molex to 4Pin CPU power connector. When you go to the computer store check with them that all is correctly connected.

Take care!
damnor01

May 25, 2011 | AOpen MX4GER Motherboard

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Display chip in the motherboard is not functioning in my Acer Aspire 1410-8414 Net book


If it's still in warranty, then Acer will fix it free of charge.

If not in warranty, disconnecting and reconnecting the cable that joins the display to the mainboard may fix it. It may be a dirty connection, a dead inverter board, or even dead backlight (incorporated into the lcd panel itself) or the entire lcd could be shot. It could also be the onboard video chip. Also try connecting the netbook to an external monitor. If you power the netbook on with an external monitor connected, it should light up the external monitor. Also, it may not be the display...... Try removing and reseating the ram. Try just one ram chip if there is more than one. The unit may just also be dead (mainboard). Try the warranty route first. Acer also has a flat fee they charge to do a mainboard in Canada ($199). Call Acer first.

Hope this helps! Let me know how you make out.

Regards,

Joe

Apr 04, 2011 | Motherboards

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I need a circuit diagram for my Biostar mainboard TA780G M2+ could you please send me a link. Thanks


http://www.manualnguide.com/download/manual-guide/biostar-ta780g-m2-manual.html try this site and let me know

Nov 13, 2010 | Motherboards

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Do I need a video card for this mainboard?


Since you have able to connect your monitor to the board it means that it has a built in video on the mother board but there's no display on the screen if that's the case there's a possibility that the built in video is not working fine, so I'm suggesting you get a AGP video card because its really better not to use the built in video.

Jun 16, 2008 | MSI PM8M-V Motherboard

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Elitegroup P4VMM2 ATX mainboard


You can't fix it. I'm afraid it's a dead board.

erch.

Mar 17, 2008 | EliteGroup P4VMM2 Motherboard

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