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Asus P4PX with green light but don’t boot Hello guys! Heat sinks, Part 2: However, can i test some circuit on the motherboard that may cause the problem on the motherboard? Amplifier Yamaha RX-V not turning on I have done this morning same photos to the motherboard: What do you think about this?

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Part and Inventory Search. I removed from the motherboard the RAM and the video card but always there is no beep from the motherboard. How do i check whether an I2C device works? Analog Layout Finger Size 3.

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IEE Floating Point addition 7. I see a program called Visual Analyzer that can use the sound card of the PC to be an oscilloscope. Last edited by pradeep.

Asus P4PX with green light but don’t boot or you can find any similar motherboard in your local scrap dealer or old mother board vendor. What motherbboard you think isn’t working on the motherboard? The speaker works on other PCs.

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What component on the motherboard it is not working for you? I tried to change the battery of the CMOS but nothing.

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I still think you should concentrate around the bios chip and see if it has clock, reset motherbiard working fine and see some data activity on address and data lines that should tell you something is happening, so get an oscilloscope or logic probes and do some basic trouble shooting.

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Asus P4PX with green light but don’t boot I have p4p board but there are other numbers besides x I don’t know which one you have but mine is dead but cmos is good it boots up and problem is with sounds and usb power.

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The time now is Zenith TV displays green static and at time goes full green. Results 1 to 20 of It stay with the green light on, the fans of cpu and of the power supply are running and there isn’t beep from the motherboard.

Asus P4PX with green light but don’t boot Yes you can use pc as an oscilloscope but make sure it is safe, normal oscilloscopes are almost always isolated from electricity using an isolation transformer other wise as soon as you probe there could be direct short and can cause a lot of damage to your pc and the device under test. motherboarf

Alll you are interested in is to see that there is clock to the cmos ic which you can check by locating the xtal crystal which may be rectangle shape with markings on it, you do not mtherboard schematic mottherboard that, also the logic probes are much cheaper and safer to use as they have their own power-supply internal battery but that will only show you activity ic clock and you will not be able to see the voltage level or cleanliness of the waveform.

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I removed all of other things from PCI connectors but always no beep from the motherboard, the green led on the motherboard is on and the fans of the power supply and of the processor are working when i press the power button.

Asus P4PX with green light but don’t boot http: Amplifier Yamaha RX-V auss turning on So before you do that make sure you take necessary precautions and understand what you are doing. I come from Italy and i hope i will stay well in this forum! Thank you, very good site to learn something about the motherboard and its bios. Asus P4PX with green light but don’t boot Hello guys! Asus P4PX with green light but don’t mothetboard Hello! Asus P4PX with green light but don’t boot Hello padeep,do kotherboard have schematics of nvidia gtm?

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I changed the power supply with an other that works on other motherboard but nothing. Short circuit protection in PCB design 5. How to upload a counter value to a website automatically 3. Distorted Sine output from Transformer 6. Did i need detailed schematics to do this?