MSI Mobo beeps on start-up Nov 10, Nothing came on when I turned it on except the cpu fan. Answered on Aug 25, If this will do for you, then you’re set, if not then Answered on Aug 30, This will also hold if you already happen to have an AGP Video card but with relatively low screen res. No update will increase the speed.
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Answered on Jul 03, The vendor will give detailed instructions. The make and model of my psu is Antec watt and yes it does have onboard video but, I was having ivdeo with that about a year ago and put a video card in it, nvidia nforce 3 series but that’s not even working.
No beeps, no video on start up
I took it all apart cleaned it including the monitor and it worked for a few hours. Join the community hereit only takes a minute.
TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Answered on Sep 26, Any issues booting up?
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Posted on Oct 12, Be the first to answer. Don’t know if that helps but, i’m trying to give you guys as much info as I can as I come by it. You can also google the manual for your board which will show where the reset switch is. I just tried clearing the cmos but, still nothing. Nothing came on when I turned it on except the cpu fan.
During a download my computer shut down and when I turned it back on it said it was over heating so I shut it down again, waited a few hours and now I’m not getting beeps on start up or video.
I’m not getting power to anything any more. Did you just build it; just install a new part, power problems, anything? If it boots up km4am-g shut down and add another component boot up and so on. Try restarting the computer and pressing the del key several times after a second or km4a,-v.
For the monitor, harddrive and dvd drives this means simply disengaging the cables from the motherboard. Thanks Did as you suggested and right off the bat I had no power to anything. Answer questions, earn points and help others Answer questions. I will let you know how it all goes.
The processor was replaced about 2 yrs ago. Does anyone think that this motherboard is dead? Answered on Aug 30, This just started today, I updated to windows 7 a few days ago and all was going fine.
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