Mobo Killed

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silky62678

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#1
I have a Asus A7N8X DX, that i brought about a month ago. As of lastnight, it doesnt power up anymore. The powerlight does come on but that's it. I dont even get the BIOS screen. I have replaced evetything but the motherboard,and im still having this problem. I tried to take out the CMOS battery and tried to reset but still nothing comes up. PLEASE HELP:( :( :(
 

Krux

Nissan Powered
#2
does it make any beep sounds? if not I would have to say your bios is prolly shot since you say u changed everything else out, see if you can send your mother board back for repairs or for a new one. if not then your just gonna have to bend over on this one.
 
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silky62678

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#3
Nope, it doesnt make any beeping noises:(
But already have a RMA in the works :D
What would cause something like that "future reference"? I did have my CPU 2400 overclocked to 2600 speed. The Bios was already updated so that wasnt the cause.
 

Krux

Nissan Powered
#5
nothing really some times bios' just flake like that there is a soyo dragon platinum in the other room the bios just went out on.
 
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silky62678

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#6
I see where u coming from but overclocking the Multiplier shouldnt cause the BIOS to die on me, should it ?:confused:
 

Krux

Nissan Powered
#7
no but it could damage other parts of the board and since your not sending it back because something else is broken they prolly won't even look.
 
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silky62678

Guest
#9
I dont think they are going to check it, if so, my lost. But i still dont see how changing the multiplier would do anything to the mobo, that's just speeding up the CPU.
 
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neoterixx

Guest
#11
see what happens , worse case scenario they don't take it back and you pay 150$ for a new mainboard, if anything say you had a faster processor.
 
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silky62678

Guest
#13
I set the jumpers and removed the CMOS battery. I only left it out for like a minute. I will try leaving it out longer around 30 minutes and see what happens.
 

Taurus

hardware monkey
#14
in addition to setting the jumper, also turn off the power supply and press the power button a few times to drain any juice in the capacitors. that does the trick for me and i leave the battery in.
 

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