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Emachine t3958/d845gvsr mobo

Having problems getting a friends computer working. It boots up, no bios beeps, the monitor is getting a signal but the power light gives the standby blink. I'm thinking it's the on board video but before I order a pci vid card to install I want to make sure it's the problem. Also the cr9f1 or cr9f4(can't tell if it's a 1 or 4) light is blinking but I can't find what this means because I don't have the original manual and the online ones don't have any info on it.

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Try resetting your bios.. reset it to system defaults.. check all connections properly.. pc to monitor..etc etc..
if you mean no error code by "no bios beeps" then it's okay..
if you mean even the regular single beep after post is not heard than chances are high that your video card has some problem.

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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