my name is michael,
just check whearther your p4 m266 ndsu mx power supply cable from your pc is conected to the motherboard power point or section.
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H! Please check the lock of your processor. If it is tight or loose. If it is loose then it is the one causing the mother board no to function properly. You must tighten it to make it stable. After checking and it is not the reason for the malfunctioning of the system. Try to remove your CMOS battery and then clean, and remove also your memory card in the mother board and clean. Return it after cleaning and then close the CPU and turn it on. During the booting process strike the delete key to enter into bios set up. Adjust the time/ date settings to your current time. Press F10 then enter. wait for the CPU to process.
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Hello all. I have the same issue. My MB is 845G [P4 2.4 Ghz] and SATA harddisk I need to install is Seagate 250 GB Baracuda with 3.0Gb/s interface, I belive which makes this HD as SATA II. So for this motherboard should I prefer PCI cards which support SATA II over the supports SATA I [these are cheaper].
this is normal No-Ram. No-Beep.
The ram is all part of the bios analysis beep codes.
install memory, and setup the board to the manufacturers specification.
1 beep at post is normal on many bioses.
Mike @ compurepair.