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post #21 of 83
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hello everyone, u cannot believe how dreaded i am right at the moment. i literally feel like crying, as i cannot find out why it is not working at all, when i knoew the motherboard WAS working. maybe i wasnt handling safely properly throughout, even though i was trying to be careful, i dont know.

it didnt BEEP when there was no RAM in the slots, infact, there was no beeps anywhere at all.

i even took alot of time putting in my Tuniq Tower and removing it so i can place in hte 'testing' parts that i had, and still the same thing.

the motherboard lights up anyways, but i dont know if thats the only sign to say that it works 100%.

may i ask, does it need a specific monitor?

maybe because overtighten screws or somehting?

used slightly thicker washers on the ThermalTake Extreme Spirit-II?

probably accidentally dropping screws here and there? or a pair of scissors?
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...ummmm about the no beeping part.. instead of losing your mind check if you isntalled properly the speaker i mean the little speaker of the mobo that goes beep beep. If you did and its not making sound no matter how much to try to tell to yourself its not the mobo it won;t help. or you could say it everything else except the mobo that does not work right and the mobo is the only thing working properly.
    
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post #23 of 83
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well, when i tested it for the first time, i dont recall hearing any beeps i think, and i dont know if i conected the LEDs and speaker connectors properly, even the monitor is just not loading up.

i do have the greatest feeling it is the motherboard. and that will break my heart.

i am thinking of connecting it to my previous testing LCD monitor, but i doubt it will make a difference.

i dont know what to think of next, besides eBay.
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well, when i tested it for the first time, i dont recall hearing any beeps i think, and i dont know if i conected the LEDs and speaker connectors properly, even the monitor is just not loading up.

i do have the greatest feeling it is the motherboard. and that will break my heart.

i am thinking of connecting it to my previous testing LCD monitor, but i doubt it will make a difference.

i dont know what to think of next, besides eBay.
think of trying to make sure you installed the speaker properly on the mobo. Don't pass it up like nothing happened. it could be something else so yeah if you donno if it installed correctly download a manual for your mobo and check if in the place where the speaker should be is something installed.
    
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post #25 of 83
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i have the manual for the mobo, and im sure i installed it correctly, but it says htat i need this Q connector or something which helps connect all hte panels LEDs and so on, in which i dont have, as i have bought the mobo used, thats why i mention alot by saying i have tested it using testing parts, and to my suprise it works, and i left it alone until the day i will need to finalise all the parts together, until now.
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post #26 of 83
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Originally Posted by Orbis_Non_Sufficit View Post
i have the manual for the mobo, and im sure i installed it correctly, but it says htat i need this Q connector or something which helps connect all hte panels LEDs and so on, in which i dont have, as i have bought the mobo used, thats why i mention alot by saying i have tested it using testing parts, and to my suprise it works, and i left it alone until the day i will need to finalise all the parts together, until now.
Well it might work again out of the blue then. I experienced that with an older computer of mine but i do not think this will make you happy. anyway. I am guessing you have connected everything right and both the power connectors your mobo needs. seems its the mobo. you see the beeping sounds it something you can't avoid is something is wrong. if you took off everything except the CPU and its still not beeping then... sigh.. bad luck >>
    
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post #27 of 83
Uninstall all your RAM DIMM's, your graphics card, all optical drives and HDD's. Try to boot your system with only the CPU installed, you wont get any display, but if you hear no beeps at all from the motherboard (to tell you of missing RAM) then that means your motherboard is dead, provided you have the chassis speaker hooked up correctly.
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if i am correct t4ct1c47, u kept an eye on my previous thread before regarding the motherboard, and for me to finlly reveal that it actually works, remember may i ask?

and i will do that, only having the CPU installed. but can i replace the other LED connectors for the speaker just temporarily? or it has to be just those made?
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Originally Posted by Orbis_Non_Sufficit View Post
if i am correct t4ct1c47, u kept an eye on my previous thread before regarding the motherboard, and for me to finlly reveal that it actually works, remember may i ask?

and i will do that, only having the CPU installed. but can i replace the other LED connectors for the speaker just temporarily? or it has to be just those made?
You mean this?

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hey everyone! i got some news after for awhile not even visiting here.

as i have mentioned i awhile ago, i have hte parts i need, but i had a couple of minor problems as the socket of the previous Intel Celeron D didnt match the motherboard, so i went ahaead to just buy an OEM 775 Celeron D CPU which is now perfect, and that i have a good enough power supply unit to handle and a good graphics card.

and not to forget to mention, as i had 2 NB coolers, i went ahead to open the ThermalTake Extreme Spirit-II and left the Noctua NC-U6 unopened.

i had to look for a tiny hard drive in my house enough to install windows XP,, but i had one already that was preinstalled so i used that one and all connections where IDE not SATA, that i will come later.

the cables of the powersupply unit always got in the way and that really worried me and frustrated me as to such implicity. but in any way, i connected everything.

and after this and htat, it came to the moment of truth. i flicked the switched on the PSU and i saw a blue light lit up in the motherboard. and then it was time to push the button.

pushed the button.

everything came on. but had to quickly switch it off as we quickly realized the fan wasnt spinning. thus i did. and as i mentioned the power cables got in the way. and again pushed it back on. it spins.

on the monitor, it read 'Overclock failed!.....System Haulted.' and i quickly switched it off, as to my realization, the previous owner used it for overclocking precisely.

so i turned it back on but entered the bios and loaded the default settings, Exit and Save Changes.

and the computer restarted and it seems it had gome past the point of no return. and it restarted again. however i saw this as a good sign, as it booted up with no problem but didnt go to the OS, which is precisely why we put in a XP SP2 CD in and pressed the 'R' key to repair the system. after a 30mins wait, it finshed after it said 39mins.

and thus Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 loaded up.

Hooray?

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...e-wifi-28.html
Its possible you may have shorted the board in your recent install, especially if you didn't use any mounting screws to keep it grounded from the chassis.

I've just noticed that H3||scr3am made the same suggestion as me.

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Originally Posted by H3||scr3am
remove both sticks of RAM, disconnect any DVD or CD drives, floppy, spare peripheral devices that are unneccesary to boot or POST, and you should hear a series of BEEPS warning you that there is no RAM, if that happens then your Mobo is good, place one single stick of ram in the Dimm closest to your CPU, attempt to boot again, you shouldn't hear a beep this time, if this is the case your mobo is detecting RAM in that slot, and thats good. If you get a POST thats even better, go into BIOS and set the RAM voltages to manufacturers recomended settings (e.g 4-4-4-12 2.1v for my HZs) and then save and reboot...If it doesn't POST disconnect the PSU from the power outlet, wait 15 minutes, then with your hands touch the inside of your case, then remove the CMOS battery from the Mobo, then move the CMOS jumper over, let it stay like that for an hour or more and then repace them both and boot again, if this has no effect then I beleive it may be your video card...

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...showing-2.html
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yes....that is the one.

thats my prove everyone! (and now why doesnt it work!?!?)
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