Problem, No Display, No Post, No Beep!!!

☠The_Reaper☠ Posts 1 Registration date Sunday May 10, 2009 Status Member Last seen May 10, 2009 - May 10, 2009 at 11:30 PM
 John - Sep 27, 2010 at 05:26 AM
Hello, I'm Having A Problem With My Computer Not Booting/Posting And I'm Afraid That It Might Be A Dead Board, Any Help Would Be Greatly Appreciated!

Here's What I've Tried:

Changed Out Graphics Cards, Changed Slot Of Graphics Card

Tried Different RAM/ Changed Out Ram

Changed Out PSU's

Changed Out HDD's

Changed CPU's

Changed I/O Devices (usb To PS/2, ETC.)

Flashed BIOS, Reset BIOS (By Pulling CMOS Battery) Reset Bios By MOBO Jumpers

Checked With Voltage Meter

And Checked Capacitors.

If There's Anything That I'm Forgetting To Try/ Or If Anybody Has Any Tips, I Could Use The Advice.

NOTE: The Voltage Reads Normal And There Are No Physical Signs Of Any Blown Capacitors, EVERYTHING Checks Out!(HDD Fires, Blueray/DVD Drives Fire, Card Reader Fires, Fans Spin And Light Up, And The GPU Fires But The Display Light Stays In Standby)

P.S. This Is My System Info:

O/S: Windows 7 RC x64
Memory/RAM: 4GB DDR2 800mhz Dual Channel 64 Bit
Graphics Card: Nvidia [BFG Tech] GeForce 9800 GT 1GB PCI-E X16
HDD: WD Caviar SE 120GB 7200RPM 8MB Cache
CPU: AMD Athlon X2 5000+ 2.6GHZ Dual Core -64 Bit
PSU: Low Profile [Cheap] 535 Watt PSU By Raidmax(Came With Case)Scorpio ATX-868WUP)

Thanks In Advance!


3 responses

I had this same problem for a year i switched out everything!! finally while repairing my brother's computer from a virus i decided i didnt' want to hook it up across the room into the router, so i took out my pci 802.11 card and stuck it in my brother computer. IT WOULD NOT POST. if you are having trouble like this take all your non-essential pci cards out. this blows me away, if anyone has an explanation why please post but all i know is this helped.
oh did i mention this happened on 2 motherboards for me? lame!
thank you so much i can finally use my computer again. this time it was a pci-e card.
astucease Posts 11 Registration date Saturday September 13, 2008 Status Member Last seen May 11, 2009 3
May 11, 2009 at 03:40 AM
it seems that your motherboard is dead.
get it replaced.
May 11, 2009 at 09:28 AM
OK Thanks For The confirmation, that's what i figured, thankfully the board is under a 3YR. Warranty Through ASUS™ And Can Contact Them And Have It Replaced.

Thanks For The Help!
kill your self.....