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Re: EUROVOX MAX POWER PROBLEM
Is this a new board that has been installed and is there any beeps at all you may want to try this make sure that the power supply is unplugged then remove the power supply cable that goes to the motherboard and then press in thee power button hold it there for 15 secondsw to ensure that all of the esd is discharged and then plug in the power cord back into the board and plug in the power supply to the computer and try to start ok please tell me if anything happness ok i can help more if needed ok best regards mike
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the front pannel on the mother board will be indicated some ware in the mortherboard the function is tha a3.3v must be shorted to ground for the computer to start if you have a multi tester then check the pin for voltage and short in with 0v the power switch will be different in motherboard the sequence of the front pannel is 10 Pin Panel connector (IDE LED, Power LED, Power Switch, Reset)
Oh man, that's on old board. I looked for a manual, but the newest post of the book, was back in 2004, and the link isn't any good. But, when looking at the board, look at the lower right side of the board (as you look at it with the expansion slots to the left). You will see a row of double pins. Usually, on the bottom of that row, there will be some writing that identifies the pins. The power switch pins are labeled PS and the reset is labeled RS or RST. The Hard Drive Lite is HDD,
Have you unplugged it from the wall?....if you have than I suggest that you install new software on it.
go to www.bigmaq.co.uk and download the tool bar, than go to files and fixex select your eurovox from the list and download software and install it onto your box.
Intel RC440BX Specification Pg. 46 Basic rules case wiring. The color black is considered ground -. Power wires + can be any other color including stripped wires. (This is standard but case Mfg change to their own specification). Pin 1 is + power for LED Hard drive green LED, Pin 2 is -/ground for Hard drive LED. (Pin 3 is + power for LED Hard drive yellow LED, Pin 4 is -/ground for Hard drive LED).(See more options on pg. 47). Pin 5 is + power for case On/off button, Pin 6 is -/ground On/off button. Pin 7 is + power for Reset Switch, Pin 8 is -/ground for Reset Switch. Once positive & negative pins has been located each connector follows in suit. The Intel RC440BX front case connector is in an odd location. The user will find it hard to connect front case LED connectors while the board in installed into the case.
1. disassemble the system completely and take the mother out the case... Give it a perfect cleaning. 2. place the mother over a wood table or something like that (mother without anything but the cpu). NOTE: if you are running onboardvideo do not connect external video board... if you are using external videoboard and do not have onboard video, you might have problems on the board... so you could need another one). 3. just connect RAM and power supply (the power supply must be out of case, placed over the table too and well connected to mother and to power line. 4. power on the system by jumping the pins on the motherboard... you can find them under the identification front pannel or something like that deppending on the model... just the pins that normally you attach to the cables that leads to the buttons on the front of the case. (use a screwdriver and do not touch anything on the motherboard with your hand if its connected to powerline).
then, and after trying vga adapter if you have one and trying rams one by one in different socks... you will know that if the system never boots up, you have hardware problems, either on mother, ram and less probably, power supply or very rarely cpu...