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I have a k7m, and never had this many problems. Let me know how the new board works! BleepingComputer is being sued by Enigma Software because of a negative post of SpyHunter. It does sound like your hard drive may have failed. http://todayspec.com/asus-a7n8x/asus-a7n8x-problems.php

All rights reserved. I can't find anything the tell me what voltage the video card is. System specs: CPU: AMD Athlon XP 1.6 Ram: 256 Meg Crucial Memory Primary HD: 40 GB Western Digital Caviar SE Secondary HD: 120 GB Western Digital Caviar SE CPU Fan: Thermaltake it works fine on my K7M. navigate to this website

A: All Visiontek Geforce 2 & later AGP graphics cards will run on a 1.5v AGP Pro slot. Jan 31, 2004 #7 Didou Bowtie extraordinair! After checking there, do a memtest & let it run for a few hours. To all who suggested a repair install, you were right, I booted from a Win98SE boot disk with CD support & from the A: prompt went to C: & viewed the

Jan 31, 2004 #11 Didou Bowtie extraordinair! Bug Feb 6, 2004 #17 Whiplash73 TS Rookie Topic Starter thanks Bug. Found this information for ya at the Xtasy FAQ from their online forum. It's cooler master and the light inside it lights up for a second and then goes out...

On pricewatch.com, model A-FX60, is currently $97. I searched the BIOS &can find no way of disabling the fan speed detection. Did the memtest report any errors ? If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us.

Username: Password: Cancel Forgot Username / Password? GET STARTED Question has a verified solution. I read that the board only supports 1.5 volt video cards, and I dunno what this one is. Similar Threads - ASUS A7N8X Deluxe Forum Date Asus A7N8x deluxe and the Silicon Image 3112 SATA controller Motherboards May 7, 2008 Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe SATA problem Motherboards Mar 19, 2007

Is this what is preventing the PC from booting? & if so what is the solution?. https://technutopia.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6461 It's a start....keep us posted. Bug Feb 7, 2004 #19 Whiplash73 TS Rookie Topic Starter Thanks for the info bug. Join the community here.

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saw nothing metal. checks out. I was talking to some techie people that it could be a CMOS related problem... have a peek here the power light kicks on, but beyond that, nothing.

Jan 31, 2004 #9 Didou Bowtie extraordinair! Ask ! Thanks for the help.

No heatsinks on the memory.

Posts: 4,274 The Rev 2.0 should not have any problems running a Barton out of the Box. I had the same issue and the board is still pretty untrustworthy. Using the site is easy and fun. Feb 7, 2004 #22 Whiplash73 TS Rookie Topic Starter IT WORKS!

Make sure the motherboard isn't touching any metal from the case.You were right! Just verify the information. i have two dvd drives, and it doesn't matter which one i access. Check This Out Advice for anyone building a new system and having issues.

wrong voltage...not sure if the board configuration would be different). Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. This board was reviewed in Toms Hardware Guide but no such problem was mentioned, ASUS technical phone support for the UK is non-existent. or does anyone know what voltage the Visiontek Xtasy geforce 4 mx 440 runs on?

SixVI // January 7, 2017 1:02pm PST 3 Need help with finding a compatible soundcard venatator // November 28, 2016 5:03pm PST 2 How do you think of the lastest all and it too spins for only 1 second... Are you sure yours has a 200 ( 400 ) FSB & not a 166 ( 333 ) ? It might refuse to power on because it doesn't detect a sufficient amount of RPMs on that connector.

I sent the MB back for replacement. Believe me, with almost every "new" top of the line motherboard, I have run into something that went haywire and I wanted to pull my hair out. When you say you couldn't boot into Windows, does it show the BIOS screen and nothing after that?