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Mobo + memory = POST failure

Q: Mobo + memory = POST failure

mobo:

asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM3/M4A88TM/

asus m4a88t-m


memory:

hynix.com/datasheet/eng/module/details/module_20_HMT125R7TFR8C.jsp?menu1=01&menu2=01&menu3=01&menuNo=1&m=1&s=1

hynix hmt125r7tfr8c




the board does no beeps, but it features MemOK! and has a dram_led... the dram_led is blinking red continuously... this is the ecc memory and the said board is supposed to support ecc... i tried reinstalling / reseating the memory - same result... i'm going to buy some other memory, but what could be the problem here? any help is appreciated

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A: Mobo + memory = POST failure

Assuming the board and system is powering up...
Have you tried resetting the board? Clearing CMOS ?

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A:New Mobo will not post!! Need some help...

Strip it down to just the CPU and power up this should tell you if the CPU is at least working by the beep codes.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/new-mobo-will-not-post-need-some-help.38098/
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Any ideas?
 

A:No MOBO Post

Perhaps this will help - http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic53866.html
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/no-mobo-post.92655/
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A:need help with mobo no post!!!'

Hey, a few things might be wrong:
- incompatible motherboard. For Crucial memory see: http://www.crucial.com/support/motherboard_compatibility.aspx
- Improperly installed RAM (make sure the pins are pushed in and the RAM sticks are installed in the correct slots)
- CPU is fried
- Something else that is connected to the motherboard isn't working
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/need-help-with-mobo-no-post.1125588/
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A:Mobo won't post. Help?

If the motherboard has a clear cmos jumper,not a switch,
make sure it is in the normal/run position.
I have seen them on 1 pin only to keep the battery from draining.
If that is ok,try clearing the cmos just in case the bios has hung up.
Try booting without the video card and see if the bios alarms.
Need the system speaker connected for that if it is not on the motherboard.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/mobo-wont-post-help.1033638/
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A:mobo won't post

MBO won't post

First, clearing the CMOS requires shorting the pins for at least a minute. You did make sure the power cord was pulled before you attempted to clear the CMOS right?

2nd, if the first step fails to get you back to zero, repeat step and pull the battery for about 2 minutes. That will definitely give your caps time to drain of their charges.

Let me know how that works for you.

Oh yes, when you get into Bios - make sure you set stop on no errors - read the sidebar before you close and save. Setting the stop to no errors should make it go past any problems and report them to you.
 

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A:How to test MoBo or CPU - PC won't POST

MB unfortunately U don't have to test it anymore !
 

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A:Intel mobo will not POST

Bad RAM or Bad PSU.

Sometimes one voltage segment of a PSU will fail, giving symptoms such as you describe. Sort of like the fans are on but nobody's home.

I >think< Intel's RAM beep code is 3 short.

Tutorial "No POST"; http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic53866.html
 

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A:How to make I MOBO post, I want to know

Maybe your MOBO or processor isnt working properly. Are you sure it was installed correctly, and including(if there's any) drivers?
 

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A:A Gamble between a MOBO & CPU - No POST

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A:I've upgraded my PSU & now mobo won't POST

Does the motherboard have a 4-pin power supply connector near the CPU socket? If so, is the power supply connected to it?
 

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A:Sorry for this desperate Post! MSI mobo

On my MSI NEO K8T, it means that the 4 wire cpu power connector is disconnected on the mobo.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/sorry-for-this-desperate-post-msi-mobo.392410/
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A:new mobo & proc - no post

From the sounds of this, the blue-white are your power wires. Connect them to the # 6-8 pins. Don't connect any others and see what happens. You could also try jumping pins 6-8 with a flat blade screwdriver and see if you turn on. I would seriously consider a newer case with all the correct connectors.
 

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A:mobo C1 error, no post

Did you read crj's stickie at the top of the Hardware Threads for troubleshooting a new build. Your sure the casing and motherboard aren't shorting each other out. Have you pulled the motherboard from the case and set it up outside and booted like that to make sure. Let us know...and read the stickie, Jazz
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/mobo-c1-error-no-post.698370/
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One without post
 

A:Brand new A-Bit NF7-s2 MoBo. Will not post at all.

It sounds like a common problem with DIY PCs. I'd check any stand-off's shorting the mobo and the case. The best way to deal with it would be to remove everything from the case, and test the bare bone on anti-static bag on a desk. Only mobo, cpu, ram, video and psu.

BTW, what PSU are you using?
 

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A:Strange mobo behaviour - POST or not!

The CMOS battery is dead and makes the CMOS memory go bananas and corrupt itself?

Did you try the failsafe defaults?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/strange-mobo-behaviour-post-or-not.93222/
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I have a PC with a Gigabyte GA-8SGXL MOBO and a P4 2,4Ghz. It worked fine until it crashed last night. I was just copying some files and suddenly the PC stopped responding to anything. It seemed like a regular XP freeze. I turned it off and can't get it running since. When I hit the power switch, the PC powers up (fans, HDD, DVD-drive all running) but nothing appears on the screen. My monitor just displays "NO SIGNAL". It doesn't even give any audio signals.

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This is my first post here at TSG(This is probably what u call it in short, I hope).

I want to check out the warranty available with my Intel Original 945GNT motherboard. Where can I check it. Where do I enter the s/n. Is there any link as it is there at seagate site?

I searched the Intel website, but could not locate it. So please guide me.

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When you turn the system on from power off it takes what seems forever-(about 1-2 Minutes) to get past POST and open Vista.
Is there a BIOS setting for this.
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After Vista loads its fine.
 

A:ASUS M2A-MVP MoBo is Very slow to POST.

And the problem with Vista is ? (no only joking)

Please download Startup Control Panel from HERE
And remove some of those un-needed startups
 

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A:No POST; mobo probably fried, hoping not

There could be no connection between the light on the router and the motherboard... you have no way to know.
Forget about the router. It is probably a power supply failure.
Try a basic setup... Motherboard, one memory module, power supply, optical drive, Install of boot disk of some kind, or a floppy disk..
Does it boot.
No?
Change memory module
Does it boot?
Do you have power from the power supply? Do you have a simple power supply tester? $10 at a computer parts store.
Test the power supply in another computer, or the power supply from the other computer in your computer.
Is your CD-DVD drive known to be good?
One step at a time. No panic. You will figger it out.
 

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A:Win 10, Can't Get Past MOBO POST Screen

Update to my post:
 
I ran Emsisoft Anti-Malware, targeting the problematic drive.  It found no threats.  
 
Upon looking at the "properties" menu for that drive, it claimed (with the pie graphic) that the drive had no unused space at all on it, but i know that the last time i was able to log into that drive, almost 50 percent of that disk was free space.

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I have just rebuilt my system and all was working well for a few day. Last night I turn it on and it just hung on the mobo splash screen for about 3 minutes. After that it boots up like it did before. I cleared the CMOS but it had no effect.
It is still within the timframe that I can exchange it but I would like to know if it is something that I am doing so I can avoid it.

Thanks
 

A:New Mobo hangs on POST screen

Double check everything in the manual... then talk to the motherboard manufacturer tech support... often there is a common cause.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/new-mobo-hangs-on-post-screen.129113/
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A:Win 10, Can't Get Past MOBO POST Screen

I'd suggest posting over in the Am I Infected forum:  http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/f/103/am-i-infected-what-do-i-do/
Please read the pinned topics at the top of the forum for instructions on how to post there.
While waiting for a reply, please run these free hardware diagnostics:  http://www.carrona.org/hwdiag.html
Please start with the hard drive diagnostics on all of your hard drives.
 
Then, when given the all clear from the malware experts, feel free to post back to this topic if the problem continues.

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A:Possible hardware failure-screen?mobo?-videocard?-Help please+hardware failure?!

You might try re-seating your video card. AGP cards tend to be a bit tricky; even a small point of non-contact can create havoc. If you have access to another video card, you can try swapping video cards and see if the problem goes away. I suppose cable connections are also a possibility, although I have never seen the symptoms you describe with a loose cable.

Are you able to boot into Windoze (sorry, I couldn't tell for sure from your post)? If so, any video-related problems there?

Hope this helps.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/possible-hardware-failure-screen-mobo-videocard-help-please-hardware-failure.71356/
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A:Wake on Lan (WOL) Working Successfully? Please post MOBO

Don't know if you ever got your WOL worked out, but I just posted an answer here:

Wake-On-Lan not working after a long sleep

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- when there's a device [ IrDA, printer or iPod], i turn on the the computer and it gets stuck on the POST screen...but if i press reset again it works

- if i boot without any device and plug then in windows, everything works.

[i have the latest bios update, latest drivers for mobo, video, etc...]

what shall i do ?
 

A:mobo / usb problem.. stops on post screen

you should be able to boot w/o the usb devices and after login, plug them in.
for the printer, I would install or reinstall the printed software from the CD.
likewise for IrDA and iPod if they come with software. Once each device works
correctly with this sequence, your cable-up then boot sequence should work too.
 

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A:Problems getting to POST on American Megatrends MOBO

Alright - I just recieved word that it now works. Which leads me to believe that even though it appeared we had the RAM set properly it wasn't.
Now it boots into Win98 and just gives the usual errors when you don't have proper drivers installed and such, I'm going to let him work on that on his own because I think he has a pretty good handle on getting that set straight.
(he pulled this PC together from scrap parts so even getting this thing to run is a plus for him)
I'll post back with any other motherboard related problems that might crop up.
 

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Restart sytem, it posts just fine. Can goto Bios and change settings etc.

When it tries to Boot the OS right after teh checking Hardware
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Last night, I took apart and rebuilt my desktop to replace the MoBo. I went from an MSI 785GTM-E45 to an ASUS M4A88T-M.

Now, after everything is back together, it won't post. The rig turns on. LEDs turn on. Fans turn on. The board even has a green light going. There are no beeps and the 'Mem OK!' light turns on for a bit and then turns off altogether.

Now, I'm using 8GB (2x4GB) Patriot 1600 RAM, which isn't on the 'approved RAM' list in the manual. I'm not sure if my problem is that the RAM is not compatible with my board... or if it's something else.

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A:Solved: MOBO v. PSU? -- No Post on replacement of components

Hi and welcome. Have you tried hooking things up outside the case, just the bare minimums to see if you can get a post? And only one ram chip, just in case there is a problem there.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-mobo-v-psu-no-post-on-replacement-of-components.289550/
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A:A7N8X Mobo locking up at the beginning of POST (help)

Is there any post beeps
 

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Following spec

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On a boot, it seems to run through this check routine where these little red LED lights on the board bounce around and then finally ends near the serial ATA block. It hangs there for about 5 to 10 seconds and then posts.

Then there's the ASUS power up screen where you can go to the EFI bios if you want. It will chill out there for a while too.

Then windows.

All in all, the shut down and start up of the OS only is about 25 to 30 seconds, way shorter than waiting for the MOBO to post.

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A:Reboot time - Mostly waiting for MOBO to post.

Have you looked for BIOS quick boot options?

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ABIT KR7A mobo
512 266DDR Mem
40 GB Maxtor HD
couple CD drives
Audigy
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A:mobo wont POST after moved to a new case

Disconnect everything except the cpu, fans, memory, and video card with monitor and see if it will post. If not I would start by checking the standoffs to make sure one is not shorting the motherboard to ground. To do this you could even take the board loose and put it on a piece of cardboard to insulate it and see if it will post.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/mobo-wont-post-after-moved-to-a-new-case.121647/
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I have a BIOSTAR U8668-D Mobo and is not working at all... now.
I turn it on, and nothing hapens but the power is OK, the procesor's fan cooler turn on and the Harddrives feels like is doing something for one moment... but then nothing...

After this I turned off the power and installed a POST Card on the MOBO and saw that the LED for BIOS was not on.. like it hasn't a BIOS at all thi mobo...

what to do?
 

A:Mobo with no POST test (No BIOS activity)

I guess it is the BIOS ... try the process where you remove the BIOS chip and fix it with another similar motherboard (while turned on).

I am not sure though, and am a starter just .... sorry couldn't find the links for you at the moment.

I hope others will have a better reply for you.
 

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A:New mobo cpu still no post black screen no bios

Its been seated and reseated, it doesn't look like anything is grounding it. It is on metal things that screws go into holding up the mobo, I have as many in as the mobo will allow (I think this is what you mean by stand offs), the old mobo worked fine with the same setup for about 3 years.
 

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Hi I m sorry if this is probably one of the longest posts to be posted on their forum but I need to explain the more information that I provide the clearer the picture is power or no post with Solved: mobo display New for everybody to read It s true what they say for every new rig you build no two are the same and they are unique with their own problems sent to task our brains to the limit This is build I don t Solved: New mobo with power no post or display know I have lost count over the years it could be I don t know but I ve run into a problem and I need a fresh pair of eyes to look over my trouble shooting and see if there is anything that I have missed Personally I think I ve been sold a duff mobo and I am really p d it s not the suppliers fault they didn t know they had sold me a duff mobo no more than I did not until I installed it along with other hardware Throughout this build I was waring an anti static wrist strap and was earthed at all times because all you need is a small spark of static electricity from your body and you an ruin a processor and mobo Rig Spec All the hardware is New NZXT Phantom white case ASUS Crosshair Formula Thunderbolt FX Chipset AMD -Core Black Edition GHz AM Arctic Cooling Freezer Corsair XMS GHz DDR Sapphire HD Toxic OC Edition Sapphire HD Toxic OD Edition Seagate Barracuda GB SATA Seagate Barracuda GB SATA Seagate Barracuda TB SATA OCZ ZX Series PSU COLD Certified W KWClick to expand Description of problem I started the build over the weekend and everything went very well because I started a bit late in the day I decided to leave the inaugural power-up on Sunday which I did I turned on the power and the motherboard lit up and the Start button and O C was lit up so all was well Then came the devastating silence of no POST with a blank screen So I thought Okay I m not worried because turning on a new system for the first time is like turning over an engine for the first time you get teething problems that you have to resolve and fix So I Cleared CMOS and tried again waiting for the post and beep and again nothing Please find below diagnostic tests that I ve carried out myself to try and resolve this matter Diagnostic Tests on new rig Diag Test Cleared CMOS but pressing the CLR Switch which is located at the rear of the motherboard Diag Results Rebooted after clearing CMOS and still no post and no beep Diag Test Powered off removed PSU power cable and then moved CLR CMOS jumper from - to - for seconds and then moved the jumper back to - default position Diag Results Rebooted after clearing CMOS and still no post and no beep Diag Test Turned off the system removed PSU power cable and then removed in series different hardware connected to the motherboard Removed memory modules and tested them in series left to right and right to left in module A and module B Removed VGA cards and tested them in series of - from top to bottom with bother VGA cards Removed and reseated CPU Checked over the CPU with a high powered LED magnifying glass could not find any faults Removed the HDD and tested them in series and individual connections Removed mobo battery and replaced with a new battery Disconnected all fans and none essentials Cleared CMOS again Diag Results Rebooted after removing and replacing all of the above in a series of swapping and changing hardware and clearing CMOS before each reboot and still no post and no beep Diag Test Took the mobo and PSU including all hardware connected to the mobo out of the case just in case there was a short being caused across the mobo somewhere I needed to eliminate the case as the cause of the problem I placed the mobo on cardboard because cardboard in none conductive but I placed an anti static bag underneath the cardboard just in case Diag Results Connected everything to the mobo and rebooted using the Start switch at the base of the mobo which is very handy Cleared CMOS with the switch at the rear of the mobo and restarted and still the same No post or beep Di... Read more

A:Solved: New mobo with power no post or display

The Asus Uk site says you need Bios version 0705 or later to use the FX-6100 Cpu.

There have been 4 Bios versions, 0404, 0506, 0705 and the latest 0813.

So I think you are probably correct and your Bios is too old for that Cpu.
Unfortunately I don't know of any way you can find out what Bios you have now if the PC won't POST.
So I think your plan of buying a cheap compatible Cpu and then flashing the Bios is your best bet.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-new-mobo-with-power-no-post-or-display.1023859/
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Iam having problems with a new mobo and PSU....
the PSU works when tested
but the new mobo wont post/boot
when I remove the RAM it doesnt BEEP to indicate that the RAM is missing
although I cant find an onboard speaker either...so....
its an ASRock P4VM890
its not touching any other casing that the bumps that it screws into
any ideas?
thx
 

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A:Fried mobo or ram? POST stops at processor

Try clearing your BIOS using the jumper on the motherboard or removing the battery.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/fried-mobo-or-ram-post-stops-at-processor.29737/
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A:Ram memory usage is critically high. Ram memory failure

probably this http://www.pcthreat.com/parasitebyid-12832en.html

so click report and ask to move to spyware forum

but COULD be something else if you installed it or recognise it then as i say click report
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ram-memory-usage-is-critically-high-ram-memory-failure.973133/
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It's an older HP Walmart special so no real value but want to use it as practice for trying everything possible to get it working.

A:Mobo failure?

Sounds like it could be, Greg. With no ram the board should beep, a lot. To me that's a good indication there is a serious problem with the board.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/269022-mobo-failure.html
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A:What might cause this? - Mobo failure?

It sounds like the motherboard may possibly be the culprit here, however it could be a driver issue as well. Have you tried to reinstall the chipset drivers at all? (Especially since the reformat). You should be able to find them on HP's website if you no longer have the disk. Another thing you may want to try is if you have any other firewire devices to try using them and see if you have the same problem. (Btw, I'm not sure if you were aware of this or not, since you are using it, I thought you most likely would be, but decided I should throw this in just in case, IEEE 1394 is firewire.)
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/what-might-cause-this-mobo-failure.824347/
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A:possible mobo failure

You are going to test each part by swapping in known good units.

Usually CPUs are pretty robust and hard to hurt however since you upped the voltage, it is anyones guess as to which one [or both] you fried.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/possible-mobo-failure.861125/
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The fans still work, so it can't be the PS, but I'm wondering whether the CPU or the motherboard died?

Has anyone had this problem before? The motherboard is new (only got it a month ago).

Config:
PS: 480W
Motherboard: Inno3D MCP73V

Thank you very muchv for any help in advance!
 

A:CPU or Mobo failure?

Is the external HDD still plug-in to the PC?

Also check if all you cable are well plug-in as for screen, etc...
 

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The System is not giving a VGA out put even with a GPU PCIe Installed than the actual on board VGA Controller.

I have also stripped down the full system to the PSU, Mobo CPU and Memory and finally tested the PSU with a Tester.

Would anyone else come to this conclusion after doing all this that it could be the MoBo.

A:Possible MoBo Failure. I'm not sure.

If you're not getting a signal from the onboard nor from a video card then the signal is not getting to them. I'd stop wasting my time on a Dell and just replace the mother board.

BTW why do you have such an extensive setup in your home? Your power bill must be out of this world.

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A:PSU/Mobo Failure?

I went home at lunch to play with it some more, and it definitely seems to be the motherboard. Depending on how I jiggled the DC power 24-pin cord in the seat, I could get different fans and LEDs to turn on: in one position I could get PSU fan, CPU fan, and chassis fan to turn on; in another I could get the PSU fan and the power LED to turn on; etc.

Then I brought in the PSU to work after lunch and tried it out on a new Dell 745, and it booted up fine, without any quirks. Couldn't find all the drives, of course, since only the main power was plugged in, but everything was fine power wise.

So looks like I'll be talking to NewEgg to get a return. Dangit.
 

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I read a similar post and someone said it may be the BIOS revision will not detect the Core 2 Duo processor I have. Is this true? Please help..


Specs:
Asus P5LD2 Deluxe-Wifi
Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 2.13 GHz
Corsair (2 GB DDR 2) RAM
Asus EAX5150 Video Card
Samung DVD-RW
Card Reader
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A:Asus P5LD2 Deluxe mobo won't post or bios

Yoy have BOTH power supplies hooked up to the mobo?
 

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1)Disconnected all pci devices and cd-roms expect video card and hard drive.
2)switched out ram from my computer (DDR)
3)flashed and upgraded BIOS
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5)used different power supply
6)used different hard drive
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here is a very pic from my *cheap* web cam of where the computer freezes. and to go in to further detail when it freezes it say PCI DEVICE LISTING and i know when it freezes because some of the letters from words can be found missing.

my neighbor is eager to get his computer back plz help!
 

A:ASUS P4B533 mobo freezes during post-boot

Give the board a very close inspection with a bright light. Check for any leaking / discolored / bulging capacitors on the board

When you said you removed all pci cards, did you also disable any onboard devices like onboard nic, onboard sound, onboard raid controller?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/asus-p4b533-mobo-freezes-during-post-boot.486131/
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A:PC will not post, no video signal, but Mobo power light is on

The PSU is probably dead now, it might be the only thing dead. (maybe your x1650 pro is still working). Replace it with a decent unit this time. If you plan to game, one the most important components is a good quality PSU.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/pc-will-not-post-no-video-signal-but-mobo-power-light-is-on.86771/
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Cheers!

A:BSOD After reinstaling windows post mobo change

Hi felicequach.

The Verifier Enabled BSOD says it is somehow related to networks.

Code:
*******************************************************************************
* *
* Bugcheck Analysis *
* *
*******************************************************************************

Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck C4, {9100e, fffff8000034fd90, ffffcf801bb8cf20, ffffcf801bb8cf98}

Probably caused by : NETIO.SYS ( NETIO!NsiGetAllParametersEx+1f8 )

Followup: MachineOwner
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So you should plan to update your network adapter drivers.
Qualcomm Atheros Extensible Wireless LAN device driver (c:\windows\system32\drivers\athwnx.sys): Drivers for Atheros AR9287 and Windows 7
Intel(R) PRO/1000 PCI Express Network Connection Driver I (c:\windows\system32\drivers\e1i63x64.sys: Network Adapter Driver for Windows 7
Scan the system for possible virus infection with the following programs, for a safety reason.
Anti-rootkit utility TDSSKiller
Windows Defender Offline
Let us know the results.

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A:Graphics memory vs Mobo memory

No problem......the graphic card memory is separate and runs on the video card only...GDDR is now up to 5.....there sure isn't any DDR5 memory yet..................just make sure your power supply will accomodate the new card
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/graphics-memory-vs-mobo-memory.762194/
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A:possable mobo failure

"thinking it was possibly my PS"

You haven't elimated this yet. Only way to eliminate a MB is to replace everything else first. (Of course you can just replace the MB, but if that isn't the problem then you haven't accomplished anything).
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/possable-mobo-failure.653349/
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A:IDE Controller failure on mobo?

Welcome to Techspot
For the money of a Mb If I were you I would prefer the Stability of a new one. I am not convinced that disabled Primary IDE controller is going to be reliable in the long run . I am not even going to get into the differences in Data pipline ,as opposed to PCI 's etc.BLah Blah
Before you do though Do a proper diagnostic test on the drive .Check Dell for update to Bios etc just in case .
If you do a new Mb make sure it is compatible with that Dell case.
 

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A:MOBO TESTING/Failure

I found this freeware program that looks promising. you put it on a diskettte and boot the system with the diskette in and it runs tests on yur hardware.

http://www.utilitygeek.com/details.php?fileid=143
 

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A:Failure to Post

Pretty sure you covered 99% of everything there, as stated in the: Tutorial: No POST (Power On System Test)

The only other possibilities are:
CPU Fan: Yes I have seen faulty fan wiring, cause no post, try temporarily unplugging the CPU fan
Ram: This really falls under hardware compatibility, but some Ram cards (manufacture wise) just don't work with some motherboards
Bios: You didn't actually state that you reset the Bios, from the motherboard jumper
Power Supply: Even a seemingly, working power supply, may in fact be faulty

My first choice (other than CMOS reset and fan ) would be Power Supply
Also try one stick only of Ram

Last option would be DOA parts

That would just about cover everything
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/failure-to-post.117474/
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Recently my systems failed to boot and the repair utility started. It repaired the system and the pc booted into Windows. This has not happened before and I was wondering if there is a logfile somewhere that could tell me what the problem was, and the repair made?

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A:POST failure

Go to search
type event viewer and then check out administrative and system. It can be sorted by day and time, which will helpl
In addition, perform and SFC to correct any system problems.
System Files - SFC Command

http://www.vistax64.com/crashes-debugging/302331-post-failure.html
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A:Failure to post, please help~!!

WinFast what model mobo?

What make and model ATX case?

Do you have both power plugs connected to the mobo?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/failure-to-post-please-help.77368/
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A:Asus P5LD2 Deluxe mobo won't post or bios beep

I believe that the X1600 pro only needs the power connection for the AGP version. Yours is a PCIe-16x version so the power connection (I believe) is not needed. If it is needed, there would be a 4pin molex jack on the top right side of the card (opposite from the side that mounts to your case).

As for what bios supports your CPU, it depends on which revision your CPU is. Revision B1 is supported by bios version 0415 or newer. But revision C1 was not supported until bios version 0603.

I don't understand the bios number you have provided enough to tell if it means your board has been updated, perhaps someone else can help out with that (I am at work now). If your CPU is the C1 revision, then an out of date bios would explain things.

By the way, are you sure your board is not shorting out on the case? (You used the riser pins)?

Also, what make is your PSU and how many watts is it rated at?

What speed/make ram are you using?
 

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A:BIOS/POST not loading, black screen only, mobo has power.

http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic53866.html
 

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Lockeyp.
 

A:Solved: Fitted mobo now wont go to post Help! (Moved from XP forum)

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A:Windows 7 OEM re-install after mobo failure.

I also have the OEM key if that means anything - forgot to add that haha!

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/Windows-7-OEM-re-install-after-mobo-failure/td-p/5602085
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A:Moving HD/Win 7 Install after MOBO failure, possible?

Since you don't have the old mobo to run SysPrep on the HD to remove all drivers, HID and SID to prepare it to start on new hardware, your only sure option is to boot Paragon Adaptive REstore CD on the new hardware and point it at Win7.

That said, it might start on the new hardware but you cannot be assured of this by any means unless using one of those two methods.

A clean reinstall is always a great start. Adapt these steps to get a perfect install, based on thousands of them done here: Reinstalling Windows 7

http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/196569-moving-hd-win-7-install-after-mobo-failure-possible.html
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J
 

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A:Replace Mobo & CPU, Failure to boot now...help

Hmm..

What OS are you using?
If you are using either XP or 2k, changing motheboards like you've done is a major problem. But it is solvable.

The easiest way to fix this is to move the harddrive into the old system, and boot into the OS.
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That should be all that you need to do, but if not, post back and we'll try to help you further
 

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A:New LCD Monitor Causes POST Failure

got into to your bios and set it to default settings then reboot.I have had that several times and setting bios to default solved it.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/new-lcd-monitor-causes-post-failure.452473/
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A:POST BOOT FAILURE???

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Originally Posted by Noixion


I have an issue with my computer booting up past POST Boot, it seems like it just sit there once powered on, front light just blinks over and over again but nothan happens on screen any additional info i can post as questions are asked. also have video of the pc doing its hickup.

Not sure if i explain it right and i am at the moment uploading video what this computer does. i haven never seen this happen





VIdeo of the PC
PC issue - YouTube

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A:[SOLVED] POST failure

It's possible the battery inside your computer is going bad. Since you have a DELL it is likely still covered by warranty. If I were you I would just send it in and request they repair it.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/solved-post-failure-257981.html
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Adam
 

A:Computer won't boot (poss MOBO failure)

Disconnect any peripherals, especially USB devices.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/computer-wont-boot-poss-mobo-failure.884808/
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A:MoBo or SSD failure? Reboot successful only with fixmbr cmd.

The problems that you describe started with the Seagate HDD being installed.  Try removing it (temporarily) and see if that helps.
Another thing to try is a hard drive diagnostic.  See this page for a link to the Seatools bootable diagnostic:  http://www.carrona.org/hddiag.html

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/577344/mobo-or-ssd-failure-reboot-successful-only-with-fixmbr-cmd/
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A:boot failure after transferring W7 HD to new mobo using sysprep

you can attempt startup repair, but I'm not convinced it will solve your problem, to be perfectly honest the new set up will be much more stable if you install windows fresh to it anyway.
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It's trying to recover the situation by updating to proper drivers but likely it's crashing before it can get to that point.

Anyhow startup repair may at least get you in under Safe Mode
Startup Repair

http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/255045-boot-failure-after-transferring-w7-hd-new-mobo-using-sysprep.html