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Well no boot can mean loots of things. I am trying to help and making sure yo did that. If you have so much knowledge you should be able to fix this. Man people say they do but dont. All the obvious stuff isn't clear
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Well no boot can mean loots of things. I am trying to help and making sure yo did that. If you have so much knowledge you should be able to fix this. Man people say they do but dont. All the obvious stuff isn't clear
dude you can't spell 'lots' right. I'm just saying I have done all the easy things like reseating devices and resetting the BIOS settings. I have also tried holding the insert key on bootup. It worked for a while and now it won't even post.
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COuld it be yor PSU?

That 6800 could draw lots of power

What voltage are you running your CPU at?
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post #14 of 18
ahhh i have played around with that board before...

this might or might not help your situation out, but i had a sililar problem with this motherboard... what i did to fix it was to unplug all the power chords from the motherboard and hold down the power button for a good 20 seconds to drain out any juice left in the capacitors. then do the jumper reset on the bios... let that sit for a good 5 minuets....

then plug everything back in and see where your at....

let us know what happens...
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Are any capacitors leaking turning black or bulging?
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post #16 of 18
I just replaced my old board with a refurbished asus p4sd and I am having a similar issue. I can't get the board to boot without first clearing the cmos. In other words, each time I shut the machine down, it won't boot up again until I clear the cmos. Any ideas?
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These boards are just crappy over all. I just had one die on me a couple of weeks ago.

It showed the same symptoms as yours.
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I just replaced my old board with a refurbished asus p4sd and I am having a similar issue. I can't get the board to boot without first clearing the cmos. In other words, each time I shut the machine down, it won't boot up again until I clear the cmos. Any ideas?
Take out your cmos battery and don't put it back in. This will keep your bios settings from sticking, but at least you won't have to manually reset everything everytime.

And for future reference, don't use a software overclocker. No matter how well they advertise, you can suffer some severe side effects. Part of the reason even your new board might not be working is that when your OS loads, it keeps trying to load the OC information to the BIOS, making your board refuse to boot again, causing you to clear your CMOS everytime. Just a heads up.

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Also, I have noticed from my experience that with socket 478 boards that when you start overclocking, they like to disable their onboard SATA chains. The OC that you gave it may have been too much for its bus and could have disabled your SATA, which would result in your bios telling you that it cannot detect boot device.
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