I just hook up a new D845HV motherborad up i think i hook it right some what.i can push the power button on it turn on but you con turn it off the some way.and the moniter dose not turn on.i know the moniter work fine.can you help me.
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There seems to be two issues here, the front switch on/off button, should turn off if you arent getting any video to the monitor, unlike when booted into windows when you have to press and hold the button in.
there could be a number of reasons for the monitor not coming on, but if you cannot get into the bios (f2 or Del on boot up) the cmos chip is corrupt or faulty and require that you clear the cmos by the CLRCMOS, JBAT1 terminal, refer to your manual for the exact terminals and try re booting the pc.
if you can get into the bios, go to advanced cmos settings and ensure that agp is set as primary graphics adapter if you have a graphics card, or pci, if not vga should be set as the primary controller.
Also check that the motherboard is not touching/shorting on the pc casing, and that the memory that you are using is compatable with the motherboard normally signaled by one beep, proceeded by another for the graphics.
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pull up the front cover the grill looking piece , not the air out louvers , there maybe a little button , push that in if air con starts up , then you remote sensor may be faulty or the remote itself .
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turn up your volume, sit close and watch this video tutorial.
Basicly, there are what's called headers and usually when looking at front of motherboard - they connect to the headers on far right at least on ATX mobos. power led connects to pwr led and your other goes to hdd but check out the vid clip:
you just have to turn the power on, push the display button so the time is showing on the display. (The only buttons involved are the "BAND" button, the number 4 roulette button which is the top right station preset button and the "DISPLAY" button.) I think you push and hold the BAND button and while holding it push the number 4 roulette button. (you don't have to hold it for any specific time you just have to push BAND in when you push the number 4 roulette button.) the time will flash and you use the vol/seek knob to adjust the time. When done push the BAND button again.
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Don't think you'll find a solution, from what I've been reading this is a problem that alot of jensen products have. I ended up replaceing mine with the 6112 but could not hook up the CD Changer so I got the 4610 which right now is working fine, so I tried putting the 6112 in another car but now it wont power on, whats up with jensen ?? I think their more trouble than their worth.
This board I think is an OEM board built by Asus for HP computers. Also named Pegasus.
Go here to find a PDF manual for that particular board - http://www.ctechinfo.org/manuals/pegasus_manual.pdf
On page 22, the last page, it shows you the pin-out for the connections for the front panel, ie - power button, reset, led's, etc. Hope this helps.
Make sure the video card is good and also that it is seated in the slot properly. You may need to actually remove it from the slot and push it all the way back in to reseat the card to make sure it is in all the way.