|Hey guys. Haven't posted in a long time here.|
I recently built a new computer. Using a P4M800 Pro-M7 motherboard, which seems to have a post splash? (there is a image of BIOSTAR with plains and a windmill). It just freezes at the post splash. When turning on my computer I get a SINGLE beep, as this is supposed to happen? (I have other computers that do this, so assuming yes). It does NOT want to get past this screen no matter which hardware I remove, hard drives, optical drives, video cards, memory. But if I remove the memory I will get the beeps saying I need to give it memory, so I know the motherboard is not dead. I have also reset the cmos and taken out the cmos battery. I CANNOT ENTER THE BIOS. Pressing Del does NOTHING. It seems as it has frozen, and the only way to shut off the machine is to hold the power button and force it off.
If I plug in the power supply's cable, it turns on automatically. It also seems to have a awkward pattern. When I press the power button, it turns on, but no beeps, no nothing. When I turn it off and turn it on, it works but freezes at the post splash. Then if I turn if off and on again I get nothing. Maybe the motherboard is dead but it would be REALLY nice if you guys managed to help me in a way that didn't involve me replacing any parts.
Motherboard: Biostar P4M800 Pro-M7 Mainboard (For Intel Processors)
Ram: Super Talent DDR2 512M 533MHz PC4300 1Rank 64MXB CL4 (I have two chips)
Video Card: ECS AG200T8-D64 Rev 1.0 (plugged into a AGP slot)
Do Your Self A Favor And Backup Your Computer , Remove That Junk , And Orginize your stuff :D