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Recent MSI MB issue


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#1 Soloratov

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Posted 05 December 2010 - 10:43 PM

Just today my wifes computer started acting "strange" and now it wont boot. Thats the way she described it.

So here is what I found. When the PC is turned on, I get the normal sounds, everything spins up, I get 1 beep. Now, it has an MSI K9VGM-V MB istalled, and when the screen comes on, all I get is th MSI logo with the normal "Press TAB to enter POST, DEL to enter BIOS Setup". Ya ya, normal....but it just hangs there......for a REALLY long time. I hit DEL to enter setup to check some hardware, took almost 15 minutes to get there. As I am typing this I am letting it sit to see how long it takes to start windows....whats the deal? I swapped RAM, no difference, PSU, nothing, there is no Vid Card, any other ideas? Cant imagine the HDD is causing this, but not really sure how to test that without a re-install.

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#2 Soloratov

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Posted 05 December 2010 - 10:54 PM

ok, so it loaded, took about 15 minutes again to get into windows. I'm confused.....everthing runs fine, not sluggish. Just boots so slow. Only idea is the MB is failing somehow.

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Posted 05 December 2010 - 11:44 PM

Have you checked the capacitors for any leaking/bulging capacitors? and is the CPU heatsink Still firmly installed? and Have you tried resetting the CMOS? There should be a jumper to reset it, refer to your manual to find out where it is. Or, you can simply remove the CMOS battery (Circular watch battery) for 30 seconds to a minute, and then reinstall.

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