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September 7, 2010 10:12:37 PM

After replacing my MB, etc. it won't post & I get no video to the monitor.


Model PTGD1-LA Goldfish2
This MB is identical to the one I replaced except for the BIOS chip version.
Old chip Goldfish v3.10 - chip on purchased MB Goldfish v 3.12

Besides the MB I replaced the processor, which exactly matched the one
in my old board.

After installing MB, processor & double checking all connections to MB I
can't get this computer to post & there is no video output to the monitor.

Power supply O.K.
Hard Drive Drive O.K.
Memory O.K.
all connections O.K.
Monitor O.K.
Cleared CMOS & BIOS

Note:video is built into MB.

additional note: when powering on, fans are running full blast &
hard drive is running non-stop.
I have tried using Win\XP CD but without video I can't tell whats going on.

Any help would be appreciated, Thank you

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September 7, 2010 11:10:57 PM

The IGP should respond by default after BIOS reset, most likely you got a faulty board.
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September 8, 2010 12:43:04 AM

Your post suggests that you may be experiencing a short. I recommend you work through the troubleshooting guide; it was made for problems like this. Follow the link in my signature, and make sure you go through each step, no matter how many times you have done so before.
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September 18, 2010 1:04:58 AM

x511 said:
After replacing my MB, etc. it won't post & I get no video to the monitor.


Model PTGD1-LA Goldfish2
This MB is identical to the one I replaced except for the BIOS chip version.
Old chip Goldfish v3.10 - chip on purchased MB Goldfish v 3.12

Besides the MB I replaced the processor, which exactly matched the one
in my old board.

After installing MB, processor & double checking all connections to MB I
can't get this computer to post & there is no video output to the monitor.

Power supply O.K.
Hard Drive Drive O.K.
Memory O.K.
all connections O.K.
Monitor O.K.
Cleared CMOS & BIOS

Note:video is built into MB.

additional note: when powering on, fans are running full blast &
hard drive is running non-stop.
I have tried using Win\XP CD but without video I can't tell whats going on.

Any help would be appreciated, Thank you

rolli59, you were right, Thanks for your help.
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September 18, 2010 1:05:28 AM

Best answer selected by X511.
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