Question about Biostar P4M890-M7 Motherboard

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  • Anonymous Oct 26, 2008

    same problem but a bit different . i change my motherboard in to this old atx case . after put all stuff in place the front panel switch is not fit my old switch wire is ASKE( says on theplug ) do they have any adapter ? or should i modify it ? oh the sound plug behind DVD rom doesn't fit.



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Thanx mullyharley

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Here a few things to try. Make sure that all connections are correct and snug. Especially the wires coming from the power button etc... Make sure that the memory is correct for that MB and jiggle the DIMMS in the sockets to be sure of positive connection seating. Check to make sure the plug is pluged in (50% of power problems are caused by this so don't laugh). the power supply is properly seated to the MB and the drives are seated solid. Make sure the CPU is correct and alive. The video card and keyboard must be seated and connected properly. Finally, jump out the CMOS and rdplace the battery. If all this fails, contact the MB supplier or the manufacturer itself, explain all the above was done and still no power, and they should replace the board.

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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    Frank Doll Sep 22, 2008

    One final thing, make sure the PS is set to 115 volts not 220.



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