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My computer turns on but there's no post or anything on the tv screen. There's no error LEDs and tried using a computer screen with a DVI connection.

I had this exact same problem with the recalled motherboard and I just got this motherboard. I was using it last night and had a few weird events when the BOOT DEVICE LED came up, but after restarting the computer it posted.

I'm not sure if this might be a factor, but my x750 fan doesn't work because when I was sleeving the 24-pin cable, I ripped off a thin cable which supposedly powers the fan. So I've been fanless for awhile and never affected my computer till now?

Right now I'm about to swap the parts to my other rig, but before I do that I figured if anyone might have any ideas what might be the problem.

Thanks.


-edit-

Ok I just finished swapping my gpu, ram, and hds to my athlon x2 630 and it post to the windows screen. So I'm assuming its the motherboard, but before I go down to MC to switch it for a different one; I'm going to make sure my psu isn't causing any problems. I'm using a different psu right now.
Edited by skwannabe - 3/5/11 at 8:44am
    
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post #2 of 14
Have you made sure the problem isn't the TV?
post #3 of 14
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Its not the TV. I'm up and running with my with my other AMD rig.


Its also not the psu, well I think it isn't. I'm up and running with my amd rig and seasonic x750.

I guess I should try my sb rig with my other psu and make sure..

Thanks for the response though



-edit-

I'm now 99% its sure its the motherboard.

So far I tried my other AMD with my current parts and posted.
I tried using different psus on my AMD and SB rigs and both worked on AMD but not on SB.
I tried reseating the ram a few times on the SB mb but nothing.
Edited by skwannabe - 3/5/11 at 9:01am
    
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post #4 of 14
Either the motherboard, or your original MB killed your cpu. (Which happened to me on that exact board.)
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Either the motherboard, or your original MB killed your cpu. (Which happened to me on that exact board.)
Indeed, your processor might be the problem here too... or you might need a bios flash to support the processor.
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I got my processor replaced today. Will set it up later today.

Thanks for the input you guys!

-edit-

Even with a new processor I'm getting nothing on my screen. Theres no LED error and I'm 99% its not ram or gpu. I'm using both right now on my amd rig.
I'm giving up on SB. Thanks for all the face palm sb. Since they'll only give me store credit, maybe I'll look for a new laptop..

Sigh. So disappointing..
Edited by skwannabe - 3/6/11 at 9:50pm
    
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This is my last post about SB fail.

If you were in my shoes what would you do? Try waiting for Microcenter to get more SB mbs and try another ASUS Pro MB, switch to a different manufacture, or just return everything and grab a laptop?

Right now I'd rather just return everything and never step into SB ever again with all the problems I've been through. I sold my previous AMD rig and then had to ask the person to whom I sold it to, to return my computer and refunded his money.

I was thinking a laptop for sc2 parties at friends but my budget would be $800 max with taxes.

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I hate hearing this, im waiting for motherboards to come out so i can build an SB system. Sorry Man, I know that is frustrating.
    
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For 800, you won't get much of a laptop. Have you considered stepping back to a proven 1366 or 1156 system? They aren't exactly 'slow' and you are less likely to run into problems with them. They also cost about the same or a little less. New adoption is rough, you get to be the guinea pig that works out all the kinks.

Here is an idea: build a LAN box off a Gigabyte H55N and a i5-760 in a Silverstone SG05.
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For 800, you won't get much of a laptop. Have you considered stepping back to a proven 1366 or 1156 system? They aren't exactly 'slow' and you are less likely to run into problems with them. They also cost about the same or a little less. New adoption is rough, you get to be the guinea pig that works out all the kinks.

Here is an idea: build a LAN box off a Gigabyte H55N and a i5-760 in a Silverstone SG05.
I've been considering doing something like that. Thanks.
    
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