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Hi, Are you getting any beeps?

Have you tried to "deenergize" it?
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post #12 of 24
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No beeps, dont use a speaker...but yeah I pulled the power and held the button down, took out the battery, cmosed it probobly 30+ times now...
post #13 of 24
i was about to say
turn off power, remove power cable, remove battery, move jumper from 1-2 to 2-3, wait 10-30 secs, move back to 1-2, replace battery, reconnect power, and try agian

but then i seen your above post
post #14 of 24
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Ok...

I am down to the CPU, GPU, 1HD, 1 stick of ram, one cd drive, and 3 fans...still nothing...

Someone in another thread mentioned that when I reset the bios I may have reset my ram to the default 1.85v and that would cause and issue because I need 2.085v to run my ram. Would this cause me to not have video?

Some new observations...The lights on the front of my comp are constantly on, the ones that indicate my hd and processor is working. The CPU heatsink is slightly warm to the touch after a few min of running, even with the fan off...the northbridge is hot to the touch...

Is my best bet to go get some 512mb ram of the recomended type to see if I can boot into bios on that? or does it sound like this POS mobo died?

Thanks
post #15 of 24
You should still POST with RAM @ low vdimm.
I'd try another GPU next...
Or test the 8800 in another rig.

Also, I wouldn't say the board is a POS...
That's kind of ignorant isn't it?

I really don't think you have a bad board, if anything somehow you may have a corrupt BIOS.
If you have the opportunity, I suggest trying GPU and RAM in another rig.
If everything seems to work, obviously you have internet access- try going to the AsusTek forums and ask how to sort out if the BIOS is corrupt, or see if they have any additional input.
Over 2,300 posts in my P5N-E thread and we have yet to come up with this problem. I do remember seeing it on OCN before, and I believe it was resolved to be a corrupt BIOS.

Hope it's not the case bud, good luck.
    
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You should still POST with RAM @ low vdimm.
I'd try another GPU next...
Or test the 8800 in another rig.

Also, I wouldn't say the board is a POS...
That's kind of ignorant isn't it?

I really don't think you have a bad board, if anything somehow you may have a corrupt BIOS.
If you have the opportunity, I suggest trying GPU and RAM in another rig.
If everything seems to work, obviously you have internet access- try going to the AsusTek forums and ask how to sort out if the BIOS is corrupt, or see if they have any additional input.
Over 2,300 posts in my P5N-E thread and we have yet to come up with this problem. I do remember seeing it on OCN before, and I believe it was resolved to be a corrupt BIOS.

Hope it's not the case bud, good luck.
Thanks man.

No its not an ignorant statement on my part...My P5N-E SLI is a POS, yours is probobly great, but I own mine, I can call it whatever I like because its failing to work! ha.

Ok, now...I dont have the luxury to be able to test my ram or gpu in another machine...However, they worked before I did the jumper thing the first time so I will asume they still do given my current options, which are limited at this point. Thanks for the tip on the AsusTek board, its a flame war over there, and basicly I guess I need to get an RMA from newegg and try again...If the bios is indeed corrupt and the board is fine the board is useless to me anyway. It wont boot from the flopy disk I made off my laptop or dvd as it should (aparently the bios forgot the drives exist aparently...haha) and my only other option would be to replace the 4mb bios chip, and its easier just to get a new board....So, I hope newegg will send me a new one...(hope its not void of warantee or whatever)...I may just end up asking for a refund and go buy another board locally tomorrow because I need to get this thing up and going...


Thanks for everyones help....
post #17 of 24
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Thanks man.

No its not an ignorant statement on my part...My P5N-E SLI is a POS, yours is probobly great, but I own mine, I can call it whatever I like because its failing to work! ha.

Ok, now...I dont have the luxury to be able to test my ram or gpu in another machine...However, they worked before I did the jumper thing the first time so I will asume they still do given my current options, which are limited at this point. Thanks for the tip on the AsusTek board, its a flame war over there, and basicly I guess I need to get an RMA from newegg and try again...If the bios is indeed corrupt and the board is fine the board is useless to me anyway. It wont boot from the flopy disk I made off my laptop or dvd as it should (aparently the bios forgot the drives exist aparently...haha) and my only other option would be to replace the 4mb bios chip, and its easier just to get a new board....So, I hope newegg will send me a new one...(hope its not void of warantee or whatever)...I may just end up asking for a refund and go buy another board locally tomorrow because I need to get this thing up and going...


Thanks for everyones help....
I had the same thing happen to my ASUS P5N32-E SLI Plus. It would not post again after it shut down. I tried everything you tried. In the end I sent it back to Newegg and got the EVGA 680i motherboard. You've done everything humanly possible short of reprogramming the bios chip (It sounds to me like a corrupt bios).

Good luck!
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post #18 of 24
If it is the BIOS - it's not replaceable anyway

Like I said, probably the bios... sucks.
Don't give up on the board itself tho bud, it's great.

Hope you get it going! (ie pick one up locally if you get a refund)
And then cmon over to the P5N-E thread again!

*EDIT*
Just got a really rude REP from MotoGeek, so, I'm all set trying to help him out.
    
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post #19 of 24
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Its on its way to Newegg for an RMA Replacement (Wouldnt give me a refund)...I am however swamped with work so I will be getting another board at frys tonight and will be using it untill the new board comes in. Not giving up on the board I just use my rig for work and not a lot of gaming, so any downtime really hurts my pocketbook. I guess I can always return the board I get tonight back to frys, when I get my new board lol. j/k.

Edit- Dude take it easy, calm the hell down, the rep was supposed to be funny. I thought I was being cool and all giving rep to people. I should have known you would take it the wrong way. You can only see what I said so I thought it would be kinda funny.

What the hell is wrong with people now adays, so anal about every god damn thing. Loosen up. Agian, thanks for the help, I apreciate it.
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Ok, so tonight I was certian my new machine was stable and I was going to start OC'ing...I was goofing around in my Bios and saw the AI 20% Overclock option, I said hmm I wonder what that does, did it and restarted but couldnt even get into bios settings...Waited for C.P.R. but no luck...Balled up and did my Cmos jumper...Turned off my PSU, (light went off then), jumped the jumper for about 20 seconds, put the jumper back, turned on the PSU again and I have no video at all now...So I tried the jump agian, even pulled the battery...No luck at all...

Anyone know whats going on?

Did I fry my board?
Hi, just wondering if you jumped it on the right jumper. It was happened to me as well. The reset bios jumper was located just below the red sata very close to the green light. I overclocked mine to 3.0ghz and will post it to you once your bios has been sorted out. Goodluck...
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