Question about Intel Motherboard
I just installed the motherboard and all components, when I try booting the PC my screen stays blank, the fans and all the SATA drives start running but not any signal to the screen. I've tried switching to another graphics card, used 2 different monitors, I've triple checked all the cables but I can't find anything wrong. Is there a way I can find out what component is malfunctioning?
No beeps, right?
Well, if you have a floppy drive in there, remove it. Also, when searching for a problem, you should allways start with a barebone config. Start with the board, vga and RAM only, and see if there's a problem. Keep adding components until it freezes again. Then you have the guilty one.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: asrock k7s41gx motherboard
Try resetting the bios to defaults by clearing the cmos.
First switch off at wall and remove power leads. The push on button to discharge capacitors on board.
The jumper will be located near the bios battery and chip usually at the bottom right of motherboard. Move the jumper to the clear position and leave for a few mins. Then put back into normal postition and start pc up.
If that fails to clear it then repeat but remove the battery from the motherboard too and wait longer.
Hope that sorts it for you?
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
Try removing your AGP card and enabling the onboard graphics again. It is possible your Radeon is a 3.3v, but this board only supports 1.5v cards. Take a look at the manual at ftp://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/D845GERG2/BV2RG2_English.pdf
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
Unhook everything except power and your monitor. Put one stick of memory in and attempt to boot. Post here with results, what power supply you're using, what memory, and what processor.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
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