Question about Intel Desktop Board D815EEA2 (BOX815EEAA2) Motherboard

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Intel Desktop Board D815EEA2

In-built VGA of the motherboard is not working so, I placed PCI 128 MB card and started the computer it is working nicely, but computer sometimes hangs and color mode is disordered.... so I went to BIOS to test whether card is working or not... but by Mistaken on Video Configuration option, I specified AGP, previously there was PCI. when I saved BIOS and ran the computer the display has gone no signal on monitor... How can I again re-store PCI option on Video Configuration on BIOS... Please help me...

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  • Anonymous Apr 18, 2007

    In the motherboard it is only J9G2 3 pin terminal the cap is in 1-2, but when i removed and placed 2-3 and restarted but same problem agin I placed 1-2 and restared but still same problem... not working....

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Leave the connection to graphics card in, and take the left side panel off the pc and on the motherboard, you will see either a terminal marked CLRCMOS,JBAT1, CLRRTC, RTC, this is the cmos clearing jumper to revert back to default and the need to reset the time and date. If it's JBAT1 3 pin terminal, the cap will need to be taken off pins 1-2 and put across pins 2-3 then back to pins 1-2. If it is one of the others and only a 2 pin terminal, use a jumper cap like the one on the back of your hard disk and cdrom drive and put it over the 2 pins. start up pc and you should get the screen a beep and it will say press f2 for cmos setup, correct the date and time and the bios should be reset to vga, so change to pci again.

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  • andrew pester
    andrew pester Apr 18, 2007

    Is a J9G2 terminal a clear cmos terminal because i don't recognise it as this.

    Refer to your manual to clear settings, you can also try removing cmos battery for 10 minutes, it may clear it without the terminal shorting.

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