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#1 Outlaws44mag

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Posted 22 June 2010 - 01:32 PM

I have two Mother boards that are haveing problems and need some troubleshooting options.

1) ASUS A7V8X-LA Kamet 2 that powers up but does not get video from either the onboard video or the AGP cards I have GEforce 5200AGP. I have changed out memory mods, double checked all connections and replaced the power supply but still no video. I may not have the 1.5v needed for the AGP but the onboard vid should still work right. any Ideas?????


2)Gateway/emachines Imperial mainboard Pent 4 proc, 256mb ram DDR, for the T2682 model desktops. have a no pwr at all problem.
Brand new ATX 12V 20 + 4 pin 380 watt power supply but get no pwr through the board don't have specs guide to show jumper settings any one with any ideas or the jumper settings guide would be greatly appreciated.

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Posted 22 June 2010 - 05:46 PM

First board check the BIOS for the video card settings.

Second board double check power/reset/ ect plugs if no luck there trash it.


As for manuals they should be online either through the manufacturer of the PC or the mainboard

Edited by Baltboy, 22 June 2010 - 05:47 PM.

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