I couldn't find anything. This board was reviewed in Toms Hardware Guide but no such problem was mentioned, ASUS technical phone support for the UK is non-existent. I'm thinking that's my problem. A disk reset will do the trick.I looked at mobo manual and BIOS does not have option for selecting SATA or IDE for boot drive like many do. http://webstrategy360.com/asus-a7n8x/asus-a7n8x-problems.html
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Bought a new power supply (350w from 300w). Make sure the cpu fan/heatsink is plugged into the header for the cpu, because that's where the sensor will be triggered. the new PCI Modem Blaster I bought won't connect to the net or my e-mail, but WILL connect.....more hassles.....just trying to disable the V92, and set it back to v90, so I presume you're powering your Thermaltake fans from the power supply, which is good.
installed modem drivers, and soem other stuff, using an old B&W monitor I have laying around (the good one is hooked up to my athlon 850), and finally installed my Xtasy I have done the same as you describe thinking the drive is ok since it copied files but the drive failed. I just built a machine with the a7n8x E-deluxe board with 2800+ i had to underclock the cpu till i updated the bios, then it runs at 2800+ with no probs. I got a replacement and then found out that my PSU also needed replacing.I now have a replacement mobo and new 550watt PSU.
I searched the BIOS &can find no way of disabling the fan speed detection. I think the extra mounting post under the board grounded it out, and smoked something. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/99955-30-problems-boot-asus-a7n8x We've all been there.
It just sits there with a blank screen.I am pulling out my hair trying to think of what is causing this problem. MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor Services Groups Careers Store Headlines Website Testing Tools Ask a It's a well-known phenomemon that Microsoft is aware of: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;315341 0 Message Author Comment by:Ajak ID: 107008932004-03-28 PROBLEM SOLVED! Join the community here.
Just verify the information. https://technutopia.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6461 luckily it was only 33Gb. Jan 31, 2004 #12 Whiplash73 TS Rookie Topic Starter GRRRRAAAARRR!!!!!! Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.
All Rights Reserved Theme designed by Audentio Design. this contact form I will now try the repair. Remembering I had an old 800 Meg Conner HD with Win for Workgroups 3.11 on it, I put it into my HD Mobile Rack and booted, within a few seconds I Nov 30, 2005 ASUS A7N8X Deluxe RAM HELP!!
A low level format on the drive then allowed me to boot and install windows as normal.Long winded, but I got there in the end.Thanks for all your help 0Votes Share Both my CPU &Case fan are Thermaltake with manual speed control, so I turned up the CPU fan until the speed registered in the BIOS but although the error message ceased everything seems to run fine with windows (98se), but when some different graphics are involved, it shuts down.
Both my CPU & Case fan are Thermaltake with manual speed control, so I turned up the CPU fan until the speed registered in the BIOS but although the error message luckily it was only 33Gb. Really good selection and really good return policy. I think something burned up in one of the chips on the board when it grounded to the case.
Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 Sterling14 Sterling14 Members 1,842 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:New York Local time:02:03 PM Posted 10 February 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 Is this what is preventing the PC from booting? & if so what is the solution?. Check This Out I checked everything, and tried everything Icould think of, pretty much what you suggested in your post.
Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content Forum Rules BleepingComputer.com Forums Members Tutorials Startup List Nov 30, 2005 Asus A7N8X Deluxe Oct 23, 2003 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. Take it down to just your vid card initially. I have tried putting the primary/secondary boot order in all different configurations and I can't seem to get it to do it.
This may also being a grounding issue. No, create an account now. Once you turn the board on, something metal could be shorting it out. 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 RAM drive
Then, once we are up and running, add a piece at a time and see where we have issues. Feb 6, 2004 #16 Bug TS Rookie Posts: 79 Are you replacing for another set up? Both my CPU & Case fan are Thermaltake with manual speed control, so I turned up the CPU fan until the speed registered in the BIOS but although the error message Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions.
or does anyone know what voltage the Visiontek Xtasy geforce 4 mx 440 runs on? Anysuggestions on bios upgrades?