|"I have GraphicsCard ATI RaedonHD4350/pci-e "|
Radeon HD4300 series System Requirements
300 Watt or greater power supply (350 Watt for ATI CrossFireX™ technology in dual mode) is recommended
My note - dual mode = two HD43xx video chipsets, one each on 2 cards in 2 slots, or on one card (I don't think that exists) .
"Now for PS I got 500W, 3.3V 28A (Orange Cable), 5V 34A(Red Cable), 12V 14A....."
See the last part of Response 4 - you probably have TWO +12v ratings in the label . If you don't, you have a weird el-cheapo power supply that may not be adequate.
NOTE that the capacity you need to be concerned about is the max total rated OUTPUT capacity - a power supply is not 100% efficient and always uses more AC power / wattage than it supplies in DC power / wattage.
NOTE that it's possible all your symptoms could be caused by a faulty power supply. If you can borrow a power supply from a working computer that has at least a 300 watt total OUTPUT capacity, then try that connected to your mboard.
No such model found.
Closest I found is
GA-945GZM-S2 (rev. 1.x, 2.1, 3.x, or 6.6)
The model number you quote is printed on the mboard's surface, not on a chip.
Is that what you have? if so, which rev is it ?
"When I start my PC wihout Ram I get a very high frequency beep coninuously"
The normal Award beep pattern for newer mboards / bioses for no ram installed, if nothing else is wrong, is usually a beep of about a half second, silence for a half second, a beep of about a half second, silence for a half second, continuously.
"Award beep codes"
" 1 High Pitched Beep (Repeating)
A single, repeating, high pitched beeping sound means that the CPU is overheating. You'll need to figure out why the CPU is getting too hot before this Award beep code will go away.
Important: Turn your computer off immediately if you hear this beep code. The longer your CPU is running hot, the higher the chance that you'll permanently damage this expensive part of your system. "
Remove the AC power to the computer.
Open up the case.
Use something thin to try to move the fan blade on the cpu (processor) fan. (That fan is the one on a larger heat sink on the mboard.)
The fan blade should move in jumps, but it should be easy to move.
If it's difficult or impossible to get the fan blade to move, the bearings on the cpu fan have failed, and the cpu (processor) may already have overheated too much and is damaged such that it can never work normally.
If the fan blade moves okay, the cpu fan motor may be burned out. Restore AC power to the case, and try to boot. If the cpufan doesn't spin, then the cpu fan motor may be burned out, or the power supply may not be supplying power to it, or the mboard may be damaged. You can test the fan by removing it and connecting it to any free 3 pin fan header on a working desktop system's mboard, and booting the computer.
If the cpu fan was not spinning on your mboard, the cpu (processor) may already have overheated too much and is damaged such that it can never work normally.
If the cpu fan IS spinning on your mboard, then the cpu / processor is probably okay.
If the cpu fan/heatsink has mung (dust, lint, etc.) on it, clean it off, but DO NOT use a vaccuum cleaner to do that (they produce a tremendous amount of static electricity when running, and anything connected to them can discharge that to your components) - use canned air, or an air nozzle if you have access to an air compressor, or an artist's brush that can be used in small spaces, etc. It may be difficult to clean the top of the heatsink under the cpu fan - the most likely place to have mung on it - and the bottom side of the cpu fan blades unless you remove the fan. If you have a case fan, clean that too if it needs it.
Also check for mung on the video card fan and heatsink if it has that, and the power supply's openings / fan.
"Then i unplug the pci-e card & now no video or beep(with Ram)"
That's NOT normal either.
If your mboard does not have onboard video (video built into the mboard), assuming you had the ram seated correctly, if nothing else was wrong, you should probably get one long beep followed by two short beeps, all the same medium tone, then silence, for no video card installed or a video problem.
"About the Bios Scanning I saw
Award Bios v1.0
Detecting Floppy drive
Scaning BIOS image on HardDrive
Scaning BIOS image on Floppydiskete "
I think what you actually saw was something the same or very similar to this -
Award Bootblock Bios v1.0 - note the Bootblock
Detecting floppy drive a media...
scanning bios image in hard drive...
scanning bios image in floppy diskette...
can not find bios image in hard drive or diskette!
I'm assuming you HAVE NOT moved a jumper on the mboard to clear the Cmos and have forgotten to move the jumper jack to it's normal position. That could cause a false message from the bios .
If the cpu fan blade moves okay and is spinning okay, try another power supply first.
If you still get that message, there is a procedure to attempt to recover the bios, but it's NOT NORMAL for the bios to suddenly get corrupted, unless you were NOT using an anti-virus program in Windows before this happened, and I MUST know your EXACT mboard model and revision.