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Hi

My Asus pro wont boot into the bios. I turn it on the fans start up and all hardware seems fine but the screen does not come on from standby. It feels as if the graphics card has died but it isn't the card as its working on my p5b board.

It would power on for about 5 seconds then power off itself then come back on again and stay on but with no post.


The board was bought online 2nd hand but its still in very new condition with 2 years left on the warranty.

Ive tried all the rest of the troubleshooting

reseating cpus/heatsync/hardware made sure everything was connected properly, reset cmos etc but have had no success in getting her going.

I have no clue about the P5Q. Is there something i might be overlooking like some jumper settings. Ive noticed that these boards come with alot more jumpers than my older p5b

Any help will be greatly appreciated

regards
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Hi

My Asus pro wont boot into the bios. I turn it on the fans start up and all hardware seems fine but the screen does not come on from standby. It feels as if the graphics card has died but it isn't the card as its working on my p5b board.

It would power on for about 5 seconds then power off itself then come back on again and stay on but with no post.


The board was bought online 2nd hand but its still in very new condition with 2 years left on the warranty.

Ive tried all the rest of the troubleshooting

reseating cpus/heatsync/hardware made sure everything was connected properly, reset cmos etc but have had no success in getting her going.

I have no clue about the P5Q. Is there something i might be overlooking like some jumper settings. Ive noticed that these boards come with alot more jumpers than my older p5b

Any help will be greatly appreciated

regards
If you have tested it with another CPU and it still doesn't POST then it's your motherboard..

So test it with another GPU and CPU and if it fails to POST then it's time for RMA..

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If you have tested it with another CPU and it still doesn't POST then it's your motherboard..

So test it with another GPU and CPU and if it fails to POST then it's time for RMA..

CHEERS..

Sadly i cannot test it with another gpu but i can try an old duelcore 6300 in it.

I think i will just send it back if there is nothing i have missed on setting it up and installing it then it must be faulty

Cheers
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Sadly i cannot test it with another gpu but i can try an old duelcore 6300 in it.

I think i will just send it back if there is nothing i have missed on setting it up and installing it then it must be faulty

Cheers
Yup try that E6300 on it..

Also check socket for bent pins..

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Yup try that E6300 on it..

Also check socket for bent pins..

CHEERS..
O man, you may have just solved the problem! There is indeed some bent pins on the skt of the motherboard.

I didnt bend them thats for sure. Do you think it will work if i try re-shape them. If some are missing will it not work at all?

Cheers
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O man, you may have just solved the problem! There is indeed some bent pins on the skt of the motherboard.

I didnt bend them thats for sure. Do you think it will work if i try re-shape them. If some are missing will it not work at all?

Cheers
If your motherboard is missing some pins then it's good for the trash can..

If they are bent you could carefully try to straighten them with a mechanical pen (google for the best tutorial for straightening socket pins..)

Also Asus nor any other manufacturer would not RMA a motherboard with bent pins as it voids warranty conditions..

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If your motherboard is missing some pins then it's good for the trash can..

If they are bent you could carefully try to straighten them with a mechanical pen (google for the best tutorial for straightening socket pins..)

Also Asus nor any other manufacturer would not RMA a motherboard with bent pins as it voids warranty conditions..

CHEERS..
RMA is not possible then as the pins are damaged and maybe even some missing. I cant see that close to notice if they are bent right down or are actually missing.

I can only hazard a guess and think that the board has been bought online and then put up for sale again without being tested

Thanks for kind info

Cheers
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Yeah,good luck man..

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Yeah,good luck man..

CHEERS..
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