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Asus m2n68-vm issues

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December 22, 2010 9:57:40 AM

Hello,
my computer can not disply BIOS INFORMATION, hard drine,fsn,monitor, power supply....OK, I think CPU and RAM are OK.

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a b Ĉ ASUS
a b ) Power supply
a c 198 V Motherboard
December 22, 2010 12:16:47 PM

Try manually resetting the BIOS by removing the battery from the motherboard. First, disconnect all power sources, including the monitor. Next, press the power button to discharge any residual power stored in your system (yes, it is true). Them, remove the battery, and wait 30 secs. Now, put the battery back and retrace your steps to reconnect power and the monitor. Power up.

If this fails. Try removing your video card and trying again.

Short of that, more advanced troubleshooting will be required. Will need to know your basic system specs and any changes you may have made recently.

Good luck!
December 23, 2010 2:07:18 AM

COLGeek said:
Try manually resetting the BIOS by removing the battery from the motherboard. First, disconnect all power sources, including the monitor. Next, press the power button to discharge any residual power stored in your system (yes, it is true). Them, remove the battery, and wait 30 secs. Now, put the battery back and retrace your steps to reconnect power and the monitor. Power up.

If this fails. Try removing your video card and trying again.

Short of that, more advanced troubleshooting will be required. Will need to know your basic system specs and any changes you may have made recently.

Good luck!



Thank you very much COLGeek, I will let you know the result.

Regards,
Michael.
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December 23, 2010 7:25:47 AM

COLGeek said:
Try manually resetting the BIOS by removing the battery from the motherboard. First, disconnect all power sources, including the monitor. Next, press the power button to discharge any residual power stored in your system (yes, it is true). Them, remove the battery, and wait 30 secs. Now, put the battery back and retrace your steps to reconnect power and the monitor. Power up.

If this fails. Try removing your video card and trying again.

Short of that, more advanced troubleshooting will be required. Will need to know your basic system specs and any changes you may have made recently.

Good luck!


Hi COLGeek,
I tried what you told me, but still not working.
my system shows below:
asus M2N68-VM AM2+,
AMD Athlon 64 5600+AM2pROCESSOR Retail Dual core AM2,
Kingston DDR2 4(2*2G)PC6400 800Mhz-KVR800D2N6K2/4G,
Albatron GF 8400GS 256MB 64-bit GDDR2, HDTV TV Out,
Western Digital 250G SATAII 7200rpm HDD(16Mb Cache),
Samsung 22x DVDRW SATA Vista support.
I haven't made any changer recently.
before get blank screen, the keyboard and mouse had few time frozen, the computer need to shut down by pressing the power button.

Regards,
Michael.
a b Ĉ ASUS
a b ) Power supply
a c 198 V Motherboard
December 24, 2010 2:10:38 AM

Try removing the video card and using the on-board video to see if it will boot.
January 3, 2011 10:19:36 PM

COLGeek said:
Try removing the video card and using the on-board video to see if it will boot.


Sorry COL Greek,
I've just came back from my Christmas holiday.
The screen still display nothing after I removed the video card and connected my monitor to on board video,
and there is no beep now when I turn ON the computer.

Regards,
Michael
a b Ĉ ASUS
a b ) Power supply
a c 198 V Motherboard
January 4, 2011 11:46:21 AM

Do you have access to another power supply that you could swap into your system to see if your current PSU is defective?
a b Ĉ ASUS
a b ) Power supply
a c 198 V Motherboard
January 4, 2011 3:26:27 PM

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so now when you turn the unit on it just powers up but nothing appears on the screen.?
if so then with a magnifying glass look carefully at the motherboard for any blown capacitors or other similar type damage.

+1 to malmental. This is good advice. Your mobo does have a few of the old style capacitors that could be part of the problem.
a b Ĉ ASUS
a b ) Power supply
a c 198 V Motherboard
January 4, 2011 3:30:56 PM

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thanx bro.

No, you da' MAN, brudda! HOOAH!!!
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