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My pc went dead..fan is working no beep no video..so i dis assebled it(motherboard) and cleaned with a paint brush.removed everything and put it back but i cant find the manual.so i dont know where to put the leads for power and reset and hd detection etc..(KVM266PM-U (KVM266PMUD1600)

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You should contact de the manufactuer of your motherboard and ask them for a new copy of the manual.

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Here is the motherboard manual:

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Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser.

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No video after replacing chip fan


Try a different video-card -- a "no-spin" fan and "no-video" implies a dead video-card (or at least a video-card that is not "seated' properly).

Check that the PC-speaker leads are connected to the motherboard, so that you could hear any "beep" codes. There should be one "beep" to indicate 'OK', or multiple "beeps" (bad RAM, no video-card detected).

Apr 09, 2010 | ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe Motherboard

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Computer cleaninng


This is a tip explaining step by step instructions on how to clean the inside of your computer.
Very often people start receiving overheating beep codes, or a regular “freeze” of your operating system. Well, this is usually due to a build-up of dust particles around the critical cooling sectors of your computer. This cleaning method will also explain how to clean a wide range of graphics adapters as well. Before we start cleaning, you need to shut down your computer and unplug it from all cables. When you are done, we can start.

We will need the following items to proceed:
  • Compressed air
  • Regular paint brush
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Step 1:


Step one will be to remove the side cover of your computer to expose the inside of your computer hardware. Remember that if your computer was bought as a unit, you will most probably void the warranty when you remove the side panel, so contact your manufacturer before you attempt this. The side panel is usually removed by by 2 screws, but the removing method may vary.

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Step 2:

The second step is to remove all hardware attached to the motherboard, like the graphics card, ram modules, any other PCI cards/adapters you have plugged in. You can leave your hard drive atached. This will expose your motherboard, and also make it much more spacious to work. This will also ease the cleaning process of the hardware you just took out.




Step 3:

The third step will be to use the regular soft brush and brush off the whole motherboard. Remember that you need to be very gentle. Use a light motion of hand to dust off all dust particles. You will note that there is an excess of dust on the CPU fan. Use the brush and do a thorough cleaning on the blades of the fan. Do the same with the fans of the power supply.
Remember to be very gentle when you brush your motherboard between the capacitors.

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Step 4:

The next step will be to brush off all the hardware you took out of the computer. The fan on the graphics card will be brushed of the same way as the processor on the motherboard.





Step 5:

Next, you need to use the compressed air and blow out all the components you took out, as well as the motherboard. This will blow out all the dust particles which the brush did not remove.





Step 6:

Lastly, you need to plug back all the components and screw back the side panel. Plug back all cables and start your computer.


I really hope that you can find this helpfull. Please remember to rate accordingly.

Kind regards
Andrea

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No disply of my motherboard plzz help mee.


Good day sir/maam, hi, if your motherboard wont turn on, you need to make sure that these 5 things are in good order. (By the way, disconnect everything except these listed 5.)
  1. (PC is on) Your power supply, make sure that the exhaust fan is spinning as you turn it on.
  2. (PC is off) Your memory module, (ddr1 or ddr2) clean the contacts using an eraser(pencil) the gold plate contacts and a clean brush your motherboard memory slot.
  3. connect the casing's pc speaker on the motherboard.
  4. connect a video card, make sure its good. If you are using the motherboard's VGA, dont connect a video card. Temporarily reset the CMOS, use or locate cmos battery jumper setting. usually its 1&2 set the jumper to 2&3, then back to 1&2. connect a good monitor.
  5. Connect a keyboard.
Now power on your PC, check your Keyboard, you should see two sets of lights: first set (NUM LOCK + CAPS LOCK + SCROLL LOCK) then a few seconds the second set (NUM LOCK only). at this point you should hear a beep from the PC speaker.

If not, you may hear 1 long and 3 short beeps. bad video card. OR continous beeps, bad motherboard.

If you did not hear anything, do it all over again several times.

Still not working? replace your motherboard, its bad.

hope this helps.

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PC is dead after clear the BIOS


Put the memory back in the computer first. (only one stick if you have more than one)

You are going to have to start with basic troubleshooting first.

TAKE notes as to where cables were etc. (digital camera would be useful here)

Disconnect all devices from the power supply EXCEPT the motherboard
Remove any extra cards including video etc.(plug monitor into the on-board)
Disconnect all drives

Power u the computer and make sure you can at least get into the BIOS.

If you hear any beeps these can indicate where the fault is.

Power up the PC and see if the fans are working.
If not then double check the power connections to the board.

If you still have no fans it is time to suspect the power supply as the probable cause.

If the fans worked then you should have gotten a display which told you there was an error and offering you a chance to go into the BIOS. ignore it and shut down the PC.

Now connect one drive only and boot again.
Repeat that until you identify the component that is giving you a problem.

Once you find the problem then remove or disconnect and carry on with the rest to see if another component might also cause a problem

If there is only one problem device then you may want to investigate that device further, Unless you don't mind replacing it

If its not the PSU and your fans are working it may suggest a problem with either the motherboard or CPU

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Computer on, but no video output


sounds more like your motherboard,

unplug everything so all you have is ram (1 piece), cpu + harddrive(essential parts) no sound card, use on board graphics if you have it and if no luck then more likely the motherboard. Ihad a works machine go down before christmas with the same symptons and the problem was the motherboard

hope this helps

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I have a DFI AM75-TC motherboard, 3beeps, no video


Hi richardbyers, three short beeps means there is a problem with your memory. (Base 64K memory failure). Unplug the power from the PC. Open the case & touch the bare metal on the case to discharge your self.
Remove the memory & reseat it. Leave the case opened & re-connect the power cord & try booting again. If you still hear three short beeps, shut the system down again as mentioned above. Gather some house hold alcohol & a couple cotton swabs. Drip a drop or two onto a cotton tip & wipe the memory's contacts, both sides & do not touch the contacts with your fingers during re-install or cleaning. Blow the memory slots out with canned air or use a clean paint brush. Insert the memory again & connect the power cord. Boot the PC. Try this first. If everything works out than good. If the problem does not clear its self let me know.

Good luck richardbyers!
Mike

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Trouble shooting of motherboard


Hi thayal, systems shut down because of over heating. This is normal so nothing burns up. Try opening the case & clean the CPU fan. Remove any & all dust from the fan blades. Use a clean non used paint brush to help loosen any dust build up. Than blow the entire system out with canned air. Blow out the power supply as well. When finished put the case back together & see if the system shuts down.

Luck!

Mike

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My computer does not sart


Hi,

Initially I would suspect hardware failure on your PC. The only user action possible would be to open the PC and look over the memory sticks and the video card (if not built-in). Remove them and clean the little gold pin edges. Additionally, it might be of help to clean the slots where they go to with the use of a clean dry paint brush. Soon as everything is cleaned, reinsert the memory and/or video card to their respective slots. Power up your PC. If it runs OK, you're set to go if not, pls determine if you can hear a series of beeping sounds. Pls post back describing the sequence and duration of the beeps.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

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No beep,No Display on my monitor,only CPU heatsink fan is moving


how to fixed your motherboard no display and no beep, 1st you must clean your memory using eraser and brush for painting if not display again try to clean your video card if have a video card using again the eraser and painting brush if not display again try to pull out the bass in the cdrom and floppy disk. if not display you must replace the memory and video card., if not display try to change your motherboard. The beep put speaker in the motherboard.. gudluck guys

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