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Intel D865GLC video problem

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Anonymous
a b B Homebuilt system
a b ) Power supply
August 4, 2005 11:16:35 PM

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I just picked up an Intel D865GLC mobo (onboard video) and a
2.4GHz/512/800 P4 (SL6WF) with the standard Intel heatsink and fanthat
I want to use to build a machine for my kids. I have an extra ATX12V
power supply and I've borrowed a 512MB strip of PC3200 memory from my
primary machine that I built last year.

The green LED on the board lights up when I flip the switch on the
power supply and the CPU and power supply fans run, but I get no video.
I tried rhe recovery BIOS according to the instructions. The floppy
drive LED lit as it should have and the drive ran for a while
indicating the system was loading the recovery BIOS as intended. I
replaced the jumper and still no video. I even pulled the video board
from my other machine and tried it, but again no video. (Yes, the
monitor works.)

Any ideas about what to try next? Thanks.

MLN
Anonymous
a b B Homebuilt system
a b ) Power supply
August 6, 2005 1:38:56 AM

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<mlnnc@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> I just picked up an Intel D865GLC mobo (onboard video) and a
> 2.4GHz/512/800 P4 (SL6WF) with the standard Intel heatsink and fanthat
> I want to use to build a machine for my kids. I have an extra ATX12V
> power supply and I've borrowed a 512MB strip of PC3200 memory from my
> primary machine that I built last year.
>
> The green LED on the board lights up when I flip the switch on the
> power supply and the CPU and power supply fans run, but I get no video.
> I tried rhe recovery BIOS according to the instructions. The floppy
> drive LED lit as it should have and the drive ran for a while
> indicating the system was loading the recovery BIOS as intended. I
> replaced the jumper and still no video. I even pulled the video board
> from my other machine and tried it, but again no video. (Yes, the
> monitor works.)
>
> Any ideas about what to try next? Thanks.
>
> MLN
>
Do you get a 'Beep' within about 20sec? (If it has a speaker) What PSU?
Try clearing CMOS with reset jumper. Has to be PSU, CPU, memory or
motherboard, as thats all you need for working system.
Mike.
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