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Forum Rules. Help Remember Me? Results 1 to 16 of Add Thread to del. If I reset it again, or change the bios settings and save them from there, when it reboots I get the blank screen again.
One thing I noticed while hooking everything up is that the power supply has a 20 pin connector, and a separate 4 pin connector that kind of "hooks in" to it to make a full 24 pin connection.
I have tried just not attaching the separate 4 pin connector, and I ran into the same problem described above. Anyone have any ideas? ABIT Sean. What memory are using, the DDR2 voltages maybe set to low. Originally Posted by PfhorSlayer. I installed Windows in this manner, and everything else seems to work.
Changing the bios settings gives me the blank screen, still. What should I do with the DDR2 voltage? When you first switch on the board the bios will set the memory to run at slower speeds to enable the board to post. Once you have loaded the optimized defults it will set the memory to run at the spec speed. If the memory requires over 1. So my friend figured something else out: If you turn the computer on from being completly off, it will not boot.
Black screen, no POST. However, if you then hit the reset button, it will boot just fine. I checked the RAM voltage, it's 1. Any other ideas? As Sean has mentioned already you need to find out from the ram manufacturer what voltage your memory should be running at. The default voltage of 1.
You MUST check with the ram manufacturer first. Change the default voltage of DDR2 ram from 1. Switch off pc, insert second stick of ram then start up pc again. Hopefully this will solve your problem. I have same problem like PfhorSlayer. The difference: The boot sometimes failed no video, no bios, no beep and sometimes ok. I can run test programs and everything is ok. Next turn on, next boot: failed.
I think the power supply is ok. I use USB keyboard and mouse. Maybe the mainboard is factory faulty or the bios version is old? Sorry about my bad english. So girls and boys, I think my problem is solved. I refreshed the bios version 10 to It seems work well.
I'm having a similar problem that isn't fixed by the suggestions here. I get a long beep-pause-long beep-pause I then set the RAM voltage to 2. On reboot I go back to the beeps again. I reset CMOS and tried again, this time setting the timings as well as the voltage, same problem. I've tried all voltages from 1. Just discovered that my BIOS is way out of date even though the board was bought in February , so have downloaded Unfortunately it is not possible to set the PC to boot from floppy without changing the BIOS defaults, and once that is done it is back to square 1 again.
And if is not help then try it with another VGA card. Second, your BIOS version is very-very old, as you can see: abit-usa. At last check this out: forum. Sorry about the links but I'm new and the forum is don't let me post links. Hi Borger - thanks for the suggestions. I still can't add a second stick though. I don't have a spare PCI-e graphics card about to try your other suggestion.
I have had all these issues and found that the mem sticks need to be in the un coloured slots to run also i have flashed to 22 now using abits software and the cmos clears everytime i power down so gonna change the board i have nothing but grief. Similar Threads Microsoft Support By Devilbod in forum General Discussion. Replies: 14 Last Post: , AM. Replies: 23 Last Post: , PM. Starting issue By james.
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