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Motherboard problem hi I have a problem with a 810e mother board.there is no post beep or display only the cpu fan is moving.I found the cpu and ram are ok. I am asking your help. pradip

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  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2008

    Help me please!!! my pc doesnt want to boot up to bios...but my CPU fan is running> my p4 motherboard doesnt have any jumpers>>> what can i do?

    thanks.

    Scott

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If you have tried resetting the bios by putting the jumper across pins 2-3, then back to pins 1-2 and it still wont boot into the bios and you know the memory is ok, then the bios chip on the motherboard is damaged and may not be easy to replace as the board is quite old.

Posted on Aug 11, 2007

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    andrew pester Aug 11, 2007

    Sorry the pins to look for a 3 in a row with a jumper across two of them named JBAT 1

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