20 Most Recent EliteGroup ECS 755-A2 Motherboard Questions & Answers

Hello try to visit the homepage here:


And install any missing drivers if needed for the mainboard.

Please select your windows system

Try also to renew the graphic cad driver.

Or renew the graphic card.

Your mainboard has the 1 x AGP 8X/4X graphic card slot.

Try to start in failsafe mode by pressing F8 when boot up.

I think your graphic card is failing.

Good luck

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Sep 16, 2013

Don't think so, after looking at the website that describes it.
Basically, it says:
? 2 x 184-pin DDR DIMM socket support up to 2 GB
? Support DDR400/333/266/200 DDR SDRAM

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Oct 10, 2011

no 754 cpu only jim

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Apr 05, 2011

you will pluge in the green socket for 2.1 audio,

Hope this helps.

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Jan 10, 2011

Things You'll Need:
  • A blank CD
  • ISO file
  1. To Launch Nero: Click on Start>Programs>Ahead Nero, and select Nero-Burning Rom.
  2. If the Nero Wizard opens, close the wizard using the Close Wizard button.
  3. In the New Compilation window you will see a list of CD types in the left pane of
    the window. Select the CD-ROM (ISO) icon and click on the "ISO" tab to
    configure for your data files. If you are going to create a CD that will be used on
    Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP or NT, use the below settings for best results. Once you have made these changes, click on NEW
  4. Drag and drop your Data files from the File Browser window (right) to the ISO1 window (left).
  5. Click the Choose a Recorder button. (Eleventh icon from the left)
  6. The Choose Recorder window opens. Select the Image Recorder and click OK..
  7. Click the Write CD dialog button. (Ninth icon from the left) or go to toolbar, click File>Write CD.
  8. Click the Write button, after checking the write properties.
  9. Nero will prompt you to name the image. First be sure to select your path. We
    have selected My Documents for the folder to store this file too. Then name the image, for example 'DataCD_1', and click the Save button
  10. Nero will begin the Imaging process.
    Note: Click on the drop down menu to navigate thru folders and drive letters. Select
    the folder/drive that you would desire to store the image file too.
    Note: Type in a file name of the image. And note what directory it will be saved in for later use.
  11. The next window will indicate that the burning process was completed successfully. Click the OK button to proceed.
  12. Click Discard to close the compilation window.

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Dec 26, 2010

Try this:

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Sep 26, 2010

you can just check the wire connection

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Jun 14, 2010

sound like you fried your processor sorry

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Nov 16, 2009

The best thing to do is uninstall the USB drivers on the machine and download off ECS the latest firmware and install.

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Aug 06, 2009

check the RAM condition, For that remove the RAM from mother board and clean the two side of RAM contact terminals wiping with the eraser and insert it again into the mother board.

if you have using more than one ram just remove both the RAMs reinsert one by one after cleaning the RAMs one by one .

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Jul 17, 2009

As I recall from my networking class, to boot from the network card, you need bootrom built- in.

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Jul 14, 2009

Hi, ull need to check the boot device priority in ur BIOS which is accessable usualy by pressing the delete key at the start of the boot process. If everthing is correct there and yet it doesnt boot from ur hard disk, try changing it to boot from cd and check if it boots. If it does then i think either your hard disk is corrupted or your OS.

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Jul 08, 2009

What is this "same problem" you're referring to? The things to check in your situation are dust build-up, reseating components, and trying a different power supply. If those things don't work it's probably a video card or piece of memory gone bad, assuming the computer did work and suddenly stopped.

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Jun 20, 2009

I go Why can't I install Windows XP on my S-ATA HDD by SiS964? A: You have to copy the driver paired with the motherboard package into a floppy disc before you installing WinXP or Windows 2000 on your system, and follow the notice showed on the screen to insert the floopy disc. The system will grab the needed driver from the disc to finish the installation of S-ATA HDD automatically.

Because SiS964 was announced before than Windows XP and WinXP therefore it can't recognize it. If you want to install a whole new WinXP (or Windows 2000) on S-ATA HDD by SiS964, you need to copy the necessary driver from the directory named floopy image on your driver CD to one floopy disc. When you begin to install OS, follows the instruction to put your disc into floopy drive. After this, you will keep on installing your WinXP smoothly. If you use P-ATA HDD, you don't need to do like this.

t this off the sis.com web site what does it all mean.

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Jun 07, 2009

do you have the setup cd that came with the board. the drivers probably need to be installed. if so run the disk and install the drivers and it will work.

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Jun 07, 2009

Is the bios set to Boot to the cdrom? Enter the bios, go to Boot. Move cdrom to number 1. Save & exit.

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Apr 17, 2009

Try this, often drivers get corrupted when trying to re install, go into the device manager and un-install the the device itself. The realtek, sound onboard device, and reboot, it should pick up the hardware on reboot, then it's going to tell you it has found the software for the harware, at this point you can try pointing it to the driver file that you downloaded or let windows decide, try one and if it dosen't work try the other, this should solve the issue, if it is trying to re insatll a corrupted file the new one you downloaded will work, also on my asus board you need to turn the realtek on in the bios, check that first, these things are frustrating sometimes you need to walk away for a few minutes and it clicks, good luck, Gym

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Dec 26, 2008

Hi,, what you need to do is flash the bios there are 2 ways to do this I'll describe the two. Unplug the system and open it up.

1.) locate the jumper called jp1 or jcmos. Its currently set to 1 and 2,, set it to 2 and 3 ,, wait 10 seconds the set it back to 1 and 2

2.) locate the battery on the main board, remove it.. Its held in place by a pin, just pry it loose. press and hold the power button for 1 minute, release and press 5 times (to dump any current in the system) relpace the battery.

When the system boots you will need to enter the setup, load optimised defaults, save and exit.. Dont worry just follow the onscreen instructions to complete those steps.

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Dec 16, 2008

Well you really need to get a manual for that. Check the website and download the manual with that model, for sure there is one.

I guess you have connected all the connectors there incorrectly so better look for a manual.

EliteGroup ECS... | Answered on Nov 01, 2008

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