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Author Topic: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot  (Read 3428 times)

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Rajender

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MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« on: 25-January-12, 13:40:49 »

I have K8M Neo-V motherboard, when i power on my pc there is no display on monitor.

No error beeps comes on POST. Processor Fan is running properly.

I checked my Monitor and RAM, it working fine on other pc's.

what could be the problem? Plz any one can help me to solve this issue.

Thanks in Advance.
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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #1 on: 25-January-12, 14:32:11 »

If if doesn't beep at all, then, probably, your motherboard died.
Same thing happened to my KD7.
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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #2 on: 25-January-12, 20:02:10 »

I presume this must have worked at some point, did anything change or happen before this occured?

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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #3 on: 27-January-12, 06:17:16 »

I presume this must have worked at some point, did anything change or happen before this occured?

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Yes, It was working fine .... i was working on my system and suddenly it was power off.
I tried to start it again, but  no use..... :-(

 
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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #4 on: 27-January-12, 06:20:36 »

If if doesn't beep at all, then, probably, your motherboard died.
Same thing happened to my KD7.

Thanks for ur reply...

IT beeps When we remove the RAM and starts the PC....

But when we put all the cables, card's, RAM and other peripherals, it doesn't beeps and displays nothing on the monitor. :-(


Thanks in advance...
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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #5 on: 27-January-12, 06:37:49 »

 Read the >> Posting Guide <<

 Tell us what parts are in the PC. See my signature below for an example of information to provide.
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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #6 on: 27-January-12, 07:31:52 »

Read the >> Posting Guide <<

 Tell us what parts are in the PC. See my signature below for an example of information to provide.
Hi,

MSI K8M Neo-V   (MS-7032-Ver:1)
BIOS: AMIBIOS SS53 (8758)
Processor: Athlon 64: 2800+
RAM: 1 GB - PC400
VIA® VT8237 Chipset
HDD- 80GB SATA Segate

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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #7 on: 27-January-12, 08:53:52 »

 What power supply (PSU), brand, model amps for +12V? Any other cards or hardware of any kind?

 Any bad capacitors? Edit: On the MB, usually if any will be to left of CPU socket.

 

 
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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #8 on: 27-January-12, 11:22:32 »

 What power supply (PSU), brand, model amps for +12V? Any other cards or hardware of any kind?

 Any bad capacitors?

Hello,

power supply (PSU)  - ZEBRONICS - 230V- 400W (10/6A) 50/60Hz


DC    3.3    +5    +12   -5   -12   +5 VSB
O/P   24A   40A  17A   .3A   .8A   2A

I didn't opened the psu, let me open and see for any bad capacitors or burn outs.


Thanks & Regards
Rajender

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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #9 on: 27-January-12, 13:19:52 »

he means on the board for the bad caps

unless you know what your doing dont mess around inside a psu

if you can borrow another psu
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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #10 on: 28-January-12, 02:12:24 »

Have you got another graphics card to try?

I would not mind opening the PSU box to look for dust, but you can also use high pressure air to un-dust it.
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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #11 on: 28-January-12, 07:26:36 »

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power supply (PSU)  - ZEBRONICS - 230V- 400W (10/6A) 50/60Hz


DC    3.3    +5    +12   -5   -12   +5 VSB
O/P   24A   40A  17A   .3A   .8A   2A

Yes try another psu. Something of better quality.

I take you are in India. Hot climate maybe. Hardware suffers when it's running permanently hot, especially low budget stuff.

It may be worth investing in a better case as well, or at least some case fans to reduce case temperature and prevent the psu from churning hot air permanently.
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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #12 on: 30-January-12, 06:36:15 »

Hi all,

Thanx for all ur suggestions and help.

There was a problem in PSU......I removed the dust from the Psu and put some extra fan to cool the PUS and also CPU.

There sis no problem in the PSU or any other comments(MB, HDD,RAM,Processor, Graphic card...) in PC....

The problem was just because of the dust in PSU and over heating...

Its very strange and simple solution to solve my problem.

Once again thanx for all ur suggestions and help.

Regards,

Rajender

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Re: MSI K8M Neo-V Motherboard - No Display on Boot
« Reply #13 on: 30-January-12, 16:03:38 »

Very very good work!

If I may explain a little: Electronic components work very much worse when temperature is high, and dust isolates the components so they can't get rid of the heat. So by undusting you have significantly increased the PSU:s efficiency, from maybe 25 % to 75 %.
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