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D865PERL Motherboard NO POST

My 2 yr old mobo is not showing any sign of being powered on after my cpu power button is pressed. aside from the cpu fan that is rotating. No beeps whatever...tried removing all parts leaving just the ram ad the processor and it was just the same. help me pls..

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  • Anonymous Nov 09, 2007

    I have the same mobo and twice experience this problem. Each time, I had to replace the power supply.



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May be the bios is bad , need to reflash it

Posted on Sep 12, 2007


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Hi, Try do a CMOS reset on the motherboard. Remove the Lithium memory back-*up battery and let it sit for a while. If still a no go, borrow/replace the memory, checkif the CPU shows sign of warming up when powered on (this would indicate that it is indeed receiving power but just not booting). Try reseatting the video card if you've got one. Another that you can check is if the capacitors very near the top of the CPU are busted/swollen. Normally they should be shiny and flat with an X or Y mark. If they show signs of brownish color, cracked X or Y, blistering, swollen/bursted top, then you have a major motherboard problem which would require replacement. Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turn up or should you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.

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