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Adam Downs Feb 12, 2003, 07:33pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: brand new A7N8X won't boot and no POST so It's true the PSU is a bit on the light side, but with CPU, Ram & VGA card only, it should at least post. So basically I had 2 problems generating the same issue, some boost bios setting towards a component who also left residual electricity behind. Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart http://windowsrefund.org/asus-a7n8x/asus-a7n8x-deluxe-no-post.php

I think it will be fine after that, unless it's an issue with my video card (i.e. I checked BIOS and I dont have an option to disable RAID. Latest: preslove, Jan 19, 2017 at 1:41 PM Off Topic Following Trumps plane to DC... Check all the jumpers on the board, especially the ClearCMOS one & make sure you have a fan connected to the CPU_FAN connector on the board.

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avoid foolish controversies and ... Author Date Written Tools Continue Reading on Page: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Next >> Alex Terieur Jan 03, 2003, 07:02am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - A: All Visiontek Geforce 2 & later AGP graphics cards will run on a 1.5v AGP Pro slot. It powers up, but no beeps or boot.

Depending on what Service Pack is already on the installation CD, you may need to download the stand-alone Service Pack installation files from Microsoft. i bought it online. then mess around with cpu, replace mobo.. Back to top #9 Lou Lou Advanced Member Anti-Spyware Brigade 6,287 posts Gender:Male Location:Deep in the Pineywoods Posted 25 June 2007 - 01:02 AM Guess you already went in to BIOS,

I removed the graphics card from the blue slot, and started using a single graphics card in the other slot; after I did this, the frequency of the no-post problem reduced Asus P8z68 V Le Motherboard After I mounted the headsink proberly, starting up was no problem. Advanced Member 20,006 posts Location:O RLY? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/321315-30-asus-deluxe-post Once I reconnect a PATA drive with OS I am fine again to boot (unless both SATA headers are in use) Hope that makes some type of sense.

Well, after waiting a week for the replacement mobo, and getting a new video card (which i had to exchange because it had a bunch of blocks and lines in the I would get another step up too, but I have a 1976 Trans Am that I have to start saving money to get parts for to rebuild the motor. Test PS ? After that I started having boot problems, with the CPU led showing red, all fans working but no screen input and it just hangs like that.

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Pulled CPU, nothing. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/asus-a7n8x-d-rev-2-post-problems.1923441/ help !The headsink was the problem in my case. Asus Motherboard No Post No Beep Make Google your friend too. Asus Beep Codes Ideas anyone?Thanks for any response.PS: Also, my first post after the registration & years, of lurking, yay!

I don't even get POST messages !! check over here I think the extra mounting post under the board grounded it out, and smoked something. I have no idea why it suddenly started working again. Help please. Boot Device Led Red

So use the clear cmos jumpers to reset the bios and try a lower fsb till you update the bios Jan 30, 2004 #5 Didou Bowtie extraordinair! It's almost like it needs to build up a charge somewhere. I tried both installs with same results. http://windowsrefund.org/asus-a7n8x/asus-a7n8x-upgrades.php I got an Enermax 480W on it.

Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. i have the same problem. I do get a screen with some about the board, with "press TAB to show post screen, CTRL-F2 to start *some flash program*".

I seen this happen alot on pc's when the person changing the ram was not properly grounded, thus shorting out the ram sockets.

Back to top #2 Wademan Wademan Advanced Member Anti-Spyware Brigade 3,835 posts Posted 24 June 2007 - 09:57 PM Hiya Dickster, I have to ask a dumb question, was you grounded I don't look forward to trying to figure out what's on my C drive, and reinstalling everything onto another computer.Does anyone have a suggestion on how I can get my M2N32 I would also need detailed info on exactly what you are doing to go along with the pics.Inserting An Image Within A Post This tutorial is little dated, but it will Latest: Elfear, Jan 19, 2017 at 1:39 PM Video Cards and Graphics AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology > Computer Help > Toggle Width Style

help !You need to have ram installed on the board or you will not boot. Are you sure yours has a 200 ( 400 ) FSB & not a 166 ( 333 ) ? I also can't believe the CPU protection failsafe could kick in after 3 seconds, a CPU just can't get so hot in 3 seconds that it risks frying.Am I experiencing a weblink Yellow light on mobo New System, shuts down after 1.5 sec, No POST M2n32-Sli Deluxe won\'t POST after upgrading the ram ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe NO POST (2 in a row??) solved

or should I try an agp? (I have both) damien bell Feb 19, 2003, 03:07am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: No beep, no post screen, no nothing. Prior to the issues I'd installed 2x new 1GB DIMM's, but it worked fine for months after that before this problem. 2 DIMMs are Corsair Valu and 2 are Kingston Valuram.Any I can't reboot the system though without powering it off and then back again.

That would more than double by capacity and give me the option to create a larger C:\ partition. but since I had it too I would like to post as I've experienced a similar double or triple restarts. All fans spinning and mobo light shows power. It's pretty weird.

Jan 31, 2004 #8 Whiplash73 TS Rookie Topic Starter any other ideas? I have properly chastised myself.One thing you might try. Make four wishes for yourself and work towards making them happen.

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