Question about Intel PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD (MBP4I65GV) Motherboard
SOURCE: no display
Beep codes are usualy heard when there is a problem with either your display card or your RAM.
Your problem could possibly be a faulty CPU.
Does your CPU work in another board, or can you try another CPU in your board?
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
SOURCE: no bios booting on start up
The model number you provided is incorrect.
It is most likely, D945GCNL. Intel site for your MB; http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng
If you’re currently using 2 DIMMs of memory remove one DIMM. Open your manual to page 11. First remove DIMM "L". Attempt booting your system. Listen for possible bios beeps. Than shut the system down and remove the memory from " K " and insert your second memory DIMM. Again, boot system and listen for bios beeps. Intel suggest when installing memory on to the D945GCNL motherboard that it be done in a specific manner. See, 1.4 System Memory Page 16, in the TechProdSpec.pdf manual provided below; http://downloadmirror.intel.com/15115/eng/D945GCNL_TechProdSpec.pdf
The power supply currently in your system with does not provide enough wattage for your motherboard. To help find how much power you do need open the next link provided; http://www.journeysystems.com/?power_supply_calculator
It’s better to have more wattage power than you need. Even though you have an Intel manual for your board it’s suggested you download it from Intel. You'll need Adobe reader to view the manual. With Adobe you can use the zoom in feature. The next pdf link is your manual;
I do not think there is anything wrong with you bios or your system memory. I think your system is under powered.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
SOURCE: In Intel desktop board D845GLLY
A quick question would be do you have your ATX12V power connector from your PS plugged in to your motherboard? You could have your main power connector on the board but not the
Otherwise do you get any beep codes when you try to turn the power on? This could indicate a problem with your Video card going bad, or causing a short or overloard on your system. Try removing your video card and plugging a monitor directly into the VGA connection. If you use DVI it usually comes with an adapter for VGA to DVI.
Posted on Apr 13, 2011
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