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Waryu

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K8T Neo boot only without keyboard
« on: 16-January-04, 13:10:35 »

Hi,

since yesterday I am owner of an MSI K8T Neo Mainboard, but unfortunately I can't enjoy it. The mainboard boots only sometimes an only if the keyboard is not connected.

My system:
Mainboard: MSI K8T Neo-FIS2R (MS 6702 Ver. 1.0)
Prozessor: AMD Athlon 64 3000+
Cooler: Artic Cooling Silencer 64
RAM: Infineon 2100er DDR RAM (HYS64D32000GU-7-A, A3E115011, PC2100U-20330-B1. CL2)
Graphic card: ATI Radeon 8500 64 MB
Power Supply: Enermax EG465AX-VE(G) FMA 460 W (+3.3V: 35A, +5V: 35A, +12V: 33A)

While I'm trying to find the problem I 've already try to:
- running the mainboard outside of te case to avoid shortcircuits
- reseting CMOS

At the moment the mainboard is lying on a piece of newspaper, only the processor, the cooler, the power supply (both power connectors, even the 4-pin 12V connector), the graphic card, the power switch and the diagnose LEDs (D-Bracket 2) are connected.

If I power on the system, I get to the boot screen, where the system want's me to hit F1 or F2 to configure the reseted CMOS, but thats difficult without  a keyboard...

If I connect the keyboard (PS/2), the first boot screen stays on the display (the CoreCell Ship logo, no texts) and the d-bracket shows "attempt to boot". I tried 3 different PS/2 Keyboards (one Cherry Keyboard and two NoName products), but it's every time the same effect.

I already tried to fit only one of the Infineon RAMs into the motherboard, but nothings changes.

Is there someone who can help me? What else could I try?  ;-((

Greetings

Henning
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« Reply #1 on: 16-January-04, 13:21:12 »
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  • I would say, check the standoff's between the board and the case.....
    Maybe they are shorting some circuits?
    Also, have you tried without a mouse connected?
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    Waryu

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    RE: K8T Neo boot only without keyboard
    « Reply #2 on: 16-January-04, 13:36:46 »

    The board is outside the case. No possibility for a short circuit.

    I try to connect a mouse/keyboard kombination:

    ps/2 keyboard connected: no boot
    ps/2 keyboard/ usb mouse: no boot
    ps/2 keyboard/ ps/2 mouse: no boot
    only usb mouse: no boot
    only ps/2 mouse: no boot
    nothing connected: boot

    b.t.w. the d-bracket shows "attempting to boot" after it shows "bios sign on (this will start showing information about logo, prozessor,...)"

    Greetings

    Henning
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    Waryu

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    « Reply #3 on: 16-January-04, 14:17:58 »

    Another information: the lights on the keyboard doesn't blink on power up.

    Should I return the board to the dealer and try another one?

    Greetings Henning
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    Jocko

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    Not booting
    « Reply #4 on: 16-January-04, 19:31:54 »

    Hi
    Do you have a HDD connected? - is a floppy conected, it won't boot on its own.

    cheers
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    Waryu

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    RE: Not booting
    « Reply #5 on: 18-January-04, 11:31:42 »

    Hi,

    no, i don't have a hdd connected. I think, the board should boot with keyboard connected to the point where it's boots to, when nothing is connected, or not?

    Greetings

    Henning
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    « Reply #6 on: 18-January-04, 13:47:05 »
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  • Exchange the board, I think the Keyboard controller is broken....
    No other way I can explain this.
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