Question about Intel SuperMicro SUPER Motherboard - 810 (370SEAO)
This is what is happening, when i press the on button, my computer doesn't even budge. So after I unplug it and plug it back in, a light on the mother board and the network connections board are turning on and the fan turns. About two seconds later, the fan turns off, but the lights stay on. This is making it so I can't access BIOS or anything else on my computer. I have switched the RAM to a different port, no luck, I have unconnected the hard drive, no luck, I haven't actually switched out the hard drive or RAM yet. If there is something I can do.... Thanks VETTEMAN
My problem is this my motherboard recently started to not open the computer at all so i take the rams out and put it back in and it works after two days from shutting down dead silent this process happes almost on weekly basis now one day it just doesn't want to open and i have to leave it for a couple of days and remove the rams and put it back in then it works and two days later stops and so on u get my point ..
one more thing started to happen the dvdrom and cd rom connected to the MB stops working also and i don't no what to do should i change to msi 945 or anyone recommend another type of motherboards or is this fixable? thanks
replay to me on [email protected] much appreciated
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
You may have also have shorted out the entire motherboard. The reason for this is that when we walk on a carpet satatic electricity may build up and when you touch a motherboard accidenty while puting/removeing hardware from your machine all the static will short out the motherboard. Therefore all other devices may start but the board won't. If this is the case, then you outta luck. Time to buy a new one.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
You know what check your jumpers for cmos i have a iwill dn800sli had the same problem my cmos jumper was set to clear. so i checked out my user manual switched the jumper & it booted up fine. If that dont work just put power to the board make sure you leave the speaker connected press power button & listed for one beep see if it post's leave ram out also when testing this kk
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
Check your motherboard manual for correct configuration .There is no problem with your hard drive .you need to check your Power Supply ,Processor and Ram ....if all this working go to repairing shop to check your motherboard,because 3 main components are must to run successfull starting of computer to go to your biox setup i.e display + memory + Processor .
Please let me know your feed-back.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
BTW, regarding my postings, I replaced the CPU and it works just fine now.
edGent, I don't see how the errors you get when you click "about" or play card games would give you the idea it's a mobo or hardware problem. I just see it as a software problem. More specifically I see it as a Windows problem. Is it WinXP? You need to tell us this. Sometimes Windows gets so hosed up it takes a major effort to set it right and it turns out to be better to re-install clean. Also, do you use hacked software? Have you scanned for adware or malware? Do you use any old unsupported software? How about your drivers? There is a standard set of things that careful people do to maintain a clean glitch-free system. If you've been following these practices and checked all of the things I mentioned then short of re-installing clean your solution is beyond me.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
Any body heard of a 'info' or 'about' bug?
i have a asus P3WE5 motherboard , and i changed about every component, even changed the backup battery, and it always crashes when i am klicking 'about' boxes in windows aswel as e.g. cardgames and so on.
any suggestion? i am getting fed up with this motherboard
mail : [email protected]
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
I had the same problem ?
so i replaced the ram and now everything is fine again except one thing,
sometimes PC hangs for a few seconds (may be some defect in my new ram or HDD)
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
OK, I found my fix. I flashed the BIOS so that it could support the Athlon XP 2100+, and then I uninstalled all the video drivers and bought a new GeForce 6200 / 256MB DDR2 / AGP 8x that supports BOTH 98SE and XP ( a trick to find 98SE support these days!) It can only use AGP 4X since that's as far as the KT133A will go.
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 19, 2008
This can sometimes happen if the bios has a feature to turn off if it doesn't detect a particular fan (like the cpu fan). Try clearing the cmos maybe that will reset it if that is the cause.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
I had similar problems while I was switching motherboards between cases.
My first step was to disconnect all drives, power cables and ribbon cables, and case fans. System would still power down before BIOS dislay started.
Problem was traced to improper connections of the front panel control wires to the mother board header.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
I think u all might have not noticed the mother board has secondry power supply as u have mentioned ther is a plug near the fan in thw power supply u will find a simmiller pin conect it to the plug if the secondery power is not connect the system wont work there wont be any 14.3 mhz clock which is need for the processor to work
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
IT SOUNDS LIKE TO ME IF YOU HAVE A FALT IN YOUR
( P S U) POWER SUPPLY I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM
CHANGED THE PSU IT IS WORKING OK NOW
Posted on Oct 26, 2007
Mate get a new power supply with the other plug u need it for ur cpu k then it will work cheers trev
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
Have you checked the capacitors on the motherboard to see if any are swollen or leaking....a very common occurence on these boards......
Posted on Aug 31, 2007
May be u have to switch back ur BIOS RESET jumper back to normal empire2success INDONESIA
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
I THINK UR ON/OFF SWITCH IS SHORT.CHECK
Posted on Jul 06, 2007
I had an issue like this once and it turned out i just needed to reseat the CPU, a five min job. Try this first but always with your safety in mind re examinining electrical equipment. Also wear an antistatic wrist strap and/or make sure you are earth grounded (for static) before touching any component inside a pc. The fact that there is no boot screen implies it isn't the RAM that needs reseating or that the RAM is broken. I also wouldn't touch the BIOS setting until after you have tried reseating the CPU.
Posted on May 23, 2007
Had problems with this board for over twelve months.System wouldn`t boot,crashes and regular bsod.I was also using the 1302 bios. I fixed all problems by changing the DDR ram voltage from Auto to 2.6 in the bios.System hasn`t crashed since and now boots smoothly.So far no issues
Posted on May 01, 2007
You may have a bad power supply..make sure the 220/115 volt switch on the back of your computer near the fan is put to 115volt selection if you are in the united states. Second your power transformer may be bad. That is the unit that blows out the back of the computer, if a tower its near the top. if your computer is a desk top it may be the left or right side of the back of the desktop. There are many problems in this area we could cover..start with checking that your cables to the harddrive are seated firmly and flush to the harddrive. Besure you have a system on your harddrive..xp/vista etc. Ensure you have your IDE cables pressed flush and firmly into the motherboard. make sure you have power to your harddive or any other cd drives etc. or floppy drive if you have one. Make sure they all have power to them. After you do get it to start. Go into your bios and make sure if you dont have a floppy drive that the selection for your floppy is notNOT selected. otherwise this will cause a no start up...but it seems your computer has a more severe problem. i hope this helps. Installing improperly seated memory will cause this same situation. be sure your memeory chips are in their slots flush and clamped in firmly. dont force them...as they may not be seating correctly if you dont have the proper memory chips for your particular motherboard. a miss match of memory chips..will cause a non start up. be sure your memory chips are qualified for your particular motherboard. and put MATCHING memory chips in the slots. close together , and in proper slots. al
Posted on Apr 30, 2007
OK i found the solution. You have to reset the jumpers on the sw1 and sw2. try different configurations. you may also have not connected the [pow sw] from the on/off button. and you may need to change the jumper on JBAT1 here's how i configured the jumpers . they're near the battery and via chip sw2 sw1 JBAT1 : : :
Posted on Apr 21, 2007
Did you get it wet? My old one did the same thing when a kid dropped oj on the motherboard.
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
Did you recently make any changes to this board or system, like adding new hardware or changing settings in the BIOS? Try resetting the BIOS by using the jumper on the motherboard. If you're not sure of which jumper this is, refer to the motherboard manual.
Posted on Aug 23, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you don't already have a case speaker hooked up to the board, you might want to connect one since there isn't an on board speaker and you will not hear error beeps otherwise.
Also, if you have another non-phenom AM2 processor handy you should really update the BIOS to latest release. Many late model Phenoms will not work on motherboards that have earlier BIOS releases and you will not be able to post. You should then choose "Set Optimized Defaults" and save the bios without any changes then shut down (not reset). When you power on again it should post and you should be able to get into the BIOS.
A third thing you can try (after you get a case speaker hooked up) is using a cheap pair of ddr2-6400 RAM to get the board to post so you can get into BIOS and change the voltage to the correct settings for your RAM if it requires a higher voltage than the bios expects.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
SOURCE: No Dispay, No Beep
Try leaving it off but with power to it (should see a small green LED on Mobo) for about 30 minutes or more.
After this time try starting it with RAM installed of course!
If this doesn't work your Motherboard is dead.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
SOURCE: A computer with a D101GGC
its a common problem with intel D101GGC motherboard, just open the case and unplug the dvd power cable and data cable, then turn on the PC it will work fine.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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