Solved My system is not passing post test.

Biostar M7vkq motherboard
August 9, 2011 at 00:19:06
Specs: Windows 2000 Prodff, AMD/512MB
Hi Dude...

I have a old AMDpc which was working fine before 6 months,
Now I have some work on it, so I just power on, its fans were working but not passing the BIOS test and even not getting the monitor.'
I tried by changing Deferential RAMs and Check with other CMOS batteris also...
ammhmm......... no use.

Than I searched in NET and I found that DEFECTIVE RAM TRY BY CHANGING OTHER ONE
I check by empty RAM slot for beep, even not beeping also..,
I did smae.. even also no use...

please can you suggest me...

My sys conf is here..

Procc - AMD 1.6GHz
RAM - 512MB
MOBO - M7VKQ,
SMPS - Mercury 250W.

thnx in vance...

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August 11, 2011 at 23:54:50
You can check my # 2 here for some suggestions:

http://www.computing.net/answers/ha...



#1
August 9, 2011 at 07:54:05
Test the power supply with tester.

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#2
August 9, 2011 at 21:29:19
". . .not passing post test." Does that mean you turn it on, get some stuff on the screen but it eventually freezes? Or does it mean you get nothing at all on the screen?

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#3
August 11, 2011 at 20:59:22
Hithere..

@Modify.HW - I have check the SMPS by connecting another pc to this PC.Even also i have check by changing RAM, CMOS also... No use..

@DAVEINCAPS - Ya I check the system by turning on,, when i press Power button than key board LEDs will blinks for 1 second than nothing will appear on screen.
for normal pc it will blink the key board for 1 second thereafter passes the POST Test and as soon as the screen will come..

but its not happening with this system.

Thanks in vance....

There is GOD where there is true smile for someone...


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#4
August 11, 2011 at 23:54:50
✔ Best Answer
You can check my # 2 here for some suggestions:

http://www.computing.net/answers/ha...


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#5
August 12, 2011 at 00:23:16
Hi DAVEINCAPS ,


I have read the post which you have posted before for same problem and its quite interesting and cleared.. Before your reply, I did same thing which you explained and found to be Motherboard problem.
My point is.. why its happen even it was not using since from 6 months?? is any dust or what..

thanks

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#6
August 12, 2011 at 02:30:01
I can't guarantee the motherboard is bad even if the method there points to a motherboard failure. It just means it's more likely to be the motherboard.

There's several reasons your motherboard might fail. Sometimes the components--especially capacitors--are low quality and have a high failure rate. Sometimes a power surge will damage the motherboard. Or a power supply problem can ruin the motherboard. That's why it's often best to just replace both the power supply and motherboard. Sometimes someone working inside the case--replacing a drive or whatever--may damage something. Sometimes an add-on card can damage it. I once had a capacitor on a modem card blow up and end up ruining the motherboard. Dust is usually not the problem.


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#7
August 12, 2011 at 03:15:22
Thank you very much DAVEINCAPS for your great knowledge...

We will look forward for more stuff.
thanks again..

Just look at my another post which i add recently. I hope I will get answer for that..

Regards
DJ..

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