I’ve changed the FSB from to Mh. I don’t think so.. Up to now it seems to have done the trick, but my Athlon CPU is only showing Any suggestion and push in the right direction will help. Removal of the floppy drive meant a perfect boot.
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Would that be an indication of a short circuit? It is something to do with PSU voltage stability. No, it all worked fine for the past 6 months. Students Click Here Join Us! It sounds like a possible short circuit in your motherboard somewhere? I agree with the PSU suggestion though, that’s what it sounds like The jumper is positioned near the PS2 mouse socket.
It will not boot. I’ve changed the FSB from to Mh.
k7VM2 Won’t Boot – PC hardware – General discussion – Tek-Tips
On the strength of the limited information I would say the power supply is failing. Whether it’s a fault on the MB or something else, I don’t know, but it’s OK now, and that’s what matters.
I don’t think so. You’d mentioned you have tried a PCI card too which wouldn’t make a difference in you had adjusted that. All was OK until last week.
The CPU fan spins for a couple of seconds, then turns off. I’ll change the FSB back to The AGP mode is set at default 4X. Join your peers on the Internet’s largest technical computer professional community.
Removal of the floppy drive meant a perfect boot. Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. Is it a problem with the k7vj2 of the RAM?
I beginning to think it is the CPU or motherboard. Maybe check all your grounding screws and make sure they’re tight don’t overtighten though!!
By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail. Any suggestion and push in the right direction will help. I stuck the old floppy drive in an old P2 I had and almost fried it. Perhaps that might help troubleshoot the problem a bit more.
ASRock K7VM2 – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket A – KM266
It will probably fall back down if your AGP doesn’t support it anyways. My computer would only power up for about a second and then shut down. I try to start it again with the switch but then nothing at all happens, not even for a few seconds. Monitor shorting out the card? Went out and bought a new floppy drive and all was solved.
ASRock K7VM2, Socket A, AMD Motherboard
I have yet to find a solution for this problem. The computer has been dragged bideo and out from under the desk recently, and the trouble has been since then. Will it make any difference if I change it to 2X or 1X?