Question about Intel Motherboard
I just installed the Intel DP35DP with an Intel Core Duo processor, I also added the required DDR2 RAM. I also upgraded the power supply. When I turn on the computer nothing happens. The monitor says No Video Detected and the USB ports don't work (i.e., I plug in any USB device like my lighted keyboard and nothing happens). I also have a new GeForce 7600 PCI-E graphics card.
The first time I turned it on after installation the initial Intel screen asking me whether I wanted to use F2 to configure the system. I couldn't do it because my USB keyboard, USB mouse, etc doesn't work. When I powered off and on again I get absolutely nothing but the blank video screen.
I tried updating my motehrboard bios now let me hope it does not blank out in between.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
Try checking the connector of your power source to the 2x2 pin connector of the DP35DP MOBO. In my case it was missing and was the reason for the blackouts.
Posted on May 13, 2008
No solution, I'm afraid but I've had what could be a similar problem. Board DOA, apart from the small LED built in, and a flashing power LED (front of case), nothing. No spin ups, no fans (powered from a separate board). Have you yet worked out what caused your problem? I have a new PSU, I've swapped out the video card. My best guess, is something to do with the board arriving in a power-off or standby state that does not recognise my power supply (Tegan 500W).
Posted on May 02, 2008
I can install my sound deriver
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
If your motherboard touched the case it did blow!
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
In my case the chasis was flat causing back of the mother board touch the chasis board. It caused the short circuit and i think blowed my motherboard.
Is there any special power requirement for dp35dp. Other configurations are same as first post
Posted on Nov 06, 2007
Hi, the best solution I see is to log on to the makers website locate the download and support for your board and download the manual [usualy in PDF] and also a copy of your boards drivers. I had to do exactly this with an Acer board with USB mouse & keboard sockets. Regards mistyman
Hi, the best solution I see is to log on to the makers website locate the download and support for your board and download the manual [usualy in PDF] and also a copy of your boards drivers.
I had to do exactly this with an Acer board with USB mouse & keboard sockets.
Posted on Oct 13, 2007
Have you tried clearing the CMOS, and rebooting with a standard keybord and mouse. ? (non usb)
Posted on Oct 12, 2007
Wow ;) LOL
So you wont need USB drivers in dos. Your bios will enable usb support on its own. It is called USB/Legacy support.
As for the system not booting. Your keyboard wont stop it from booting.
So lets start with some basic TS Steps.
First: Remove any extra perfiral devices. (keyboard, mouse, expansion cards, modem, hdd, cd rom. Everything) You want NOTHING connected.
1 Stick of Memory
CPU w/ CPU Fan
Video Card (be sure to plug in the card to the PCI-E power as well)
Still get nothing?
Disconnect the power, remove the CMOS Battery, and wait 5min. Plug it back in and see what you get.
Report back and we will get you going.
Posted on Oct 12, 2007
SOURCE: Motherboard Installation Problem
How annoying... I guess my last message didn't make it.
So lets start with what you got. Forget the USB problem. Your pc doesn't get to that point.
Here are the things you should do.
Remove ALL extra devices connected to the pc including:
Expansion cards of any kind
The ONLY thing that should be connected is:
1 Stick of Ram
Now REMOVE the Power Cable from the PSU
Remove the BATTERY from the main board.
Let it sit for about 5minutes.
Place the battery back into the board
Plug in the pc
Press the power button
Do you get any message on the monitor now?
You should get at minimum another chance to press F2 and reset the bios.
Post your results and we can get you going.
Posted on Oct 13, 2007
Tips for a great answer:
You needed to configure bios (F2) when you first installed the processor,
now the Bios hangs before anything can happen, You need to remove the Bios Battery (looks like a coin on the mobo) for about 30 secs (with the power disconnected) then re-insert the battery and power on.
you should get the same power on message as you did the 1st time (maybe with a missings settings error too but this is expected)
Enuro12 is right about legacy USB in that your keyboard should work in BIOS (setup)
Usually answered in minutes!