I tried to flash my motherboard this weekend ot get it to recognize my new 2.6 processor. in doing the asus bios it went well just as it said it should untill reboot. I was to drop back into the bios set up using the DEL to enter setup and update the new settings and then continue on to windows.. well the issue is that it wont recognize my keyboard(s) as i have tried 6 different one and then it fails and gives me a hardware error and fails to boot any futurer. so I can't enther set up. I can't reflash it back to my back up. I think I am in a world of problems. the only other thing i can think to do is to order if possible a new bios chip from either HP or Asus...
Try resetting the bios! there is a pin on the motherboard that you remove , then re-install . then restart computer. check the instructions on your new mother board, also could be a bad
keyboard, change out keyboard, try usb keyboard!>>>good luck!
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Your best bet will be to visit the Asus website and click on the 'support' tab at the top of the screen. Select the link for 'drivers' and specify your motherboard model. It's possible that there will be a BIOS update for your Asus m/board. If so, do a BIOS flash and check if your PC will then accept your new CPU. NB! Take care when flashing the BIOS. Make sure there are no power interruptions etc. while performing this procedure as this could corrupt your BIOS software and render your motherboard useless.
Feel free to message me should you need more details or further assistance. Best wishes, Graemevm
hello, after plugging the new hard disk, you will go to setup from the bios settings and choose ide settings, when you get to the master primary press enter so that the computer can detect the hard disk automatically, once this is done, save the settings and restart your pc
The ASUS A8M2N-LA is the motherboard used by HP for the new D4500e AMD AM2 PC.
Here are the details: Motherboard manufacturer's name: ASUS A8M2N-LA HP/Compaq name: Nodus-GL8E CPU/Processor Socket: AM2 Supports AMD Athlon 64, Athlon 64 X2, and Sempron processors Front-side bus (FSB) 2000 MegaTransfers/second Chipset GeForce 6150 LE chipset BIOS features Award brand system BIOS Keyboard combination to used to enter BIOS: F1 Form factor Micro-ATX: 9.6 in X 9.6 in Memory Four 240-pin DDR2 DIMM sockets, Supports PC 4200 (533 MHz) and PC2 5300 (667 MHz) DDR2 DIMMs, non-ECC memory only, unbuffered Maximum HP/Compaq approved memory is 4 GB* PS - as you can see the rangeis 533 - 667 MHz. I would suggest you call HP support and ask if it will support 800 MHz,
If I were you, I would replace the motherboard with the same model as Hp use´s...
When you try to find another compatible board you will have some problems due to exclusive computer case..sometimes you need to adapt things...too bad...it´s better to repair with original board....
Your bios needed to be set with the correct memory speed on your old motherboard or it did not support the memory you added or it was in the wrong memory slot or size. The beeping was telling you it was a memory error. I need more info such as processor and memory speed and type to help. What is your old motherboard? It sound like Bios settings but I need to make sure the memory and processor will work with *********** board.
tell me if there is something i need to know like: what were the things that you've doing with your computer before the problem happened?? are there any recent hardware/software changes?? tell also your OS- is it XP or Vista...
first, let's try to check if the problem is with the monitor or not,okey? try unplugging the monitor blue connector at the back of the tower.and make sure that your monitor is turned-on.If you can see a colored bars displayed.you monitor is okey.if not, try a known good monitor...if it woks the problem is with the old monitor.(resolved)
2 (if not)
Now, complelely turn off your computer and try reseating all the cables, and your hardware components such as memory,video card,IDE cable and so on. but before doing so, unplug the power cable and then push the power button to drain the power.after reseating everything, plug back the power cable and turn on computer.try listening to the tower,tell me if you can hear some beeps also.
if no video issue is still there, try putting a known good video card if you have any.if a known good video card works then the problem is with the old one..
if the problem is still there after everything that you've done try calling the manufacturer. this is lead to a motherboard problem but try to call them first.