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I recently puchased a PC Chips M848Alu m/b to replace an Asus board that went south. I have the jumper at J1 in the right position. The p/s powers up along with the cpu fan but I don't have any molex power or any other peripheral power (SATA or floppy). I've tested the P/S with an Ultra P/S tester and it passed. no beeps from bios and no video (ATI Radion 9800 agp). Tried removing RAM (Corsair XMS3200 twinx 256mb 2x) no go. Physical inspection of M/B is OK (no domed capacitors) need some expert help please!

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  • Timothy Claar Nov 03, 2006

    I have no video, no molex power to vid card, nothing changes with RAM pulled.

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I would say a compatability problem with your mobo and the memory as no beeps, no boot points that way. Can you get in the bios to check all is showing that should be and dissable 'Halt On All Errors' in standard bios settings.

Posted on Nov 03, 2006

  • Anonymous Nov 03, 2006

    With the ram pulled it wont go any further anyway, as it needs to check ram, thats why i think it's the ram thats not compatable with mobo or it has a timing problem.

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