Solved: Replacing ECS RC410-M Mobo W/ Intel Mobo - Help Pls.
If it's not plugged into the wall, you can saw off the power prongs of a spare power cord (available cheaply at used computer stores), screw a screw into the slot how would i find this vital piece of info out? Now its not booting up any CP, I tried the BIOS settings to read DVD RW first and saved the settings, powered on the laptop but same thing happened. Join our site today to ask your question. his comment is here
I started getting BSODs so I took procedures liek checking my CPU temp to make sure its not overheating. Yes, in fact you'll need the eraser to remove the static energy found on your memory card. I even thought it was not powering up properly, but the new PSU did not solve it either.When I got a suitable card it went in No Bother. My bios flash is failed.
I don't think is shouldn't be doing this with 38 percent memory free. Do you think the power supply might also be bad? I've replaced power supply, mobo, and processor. Report An eraser!!!!!!
Atleast a general indication of how long this is supposed to take.. Dell won't tell us (this is the last time we EVER buy from Dell). Reply 0 0 Alcyone Honor Student Posts: 2 Member Since: 09-12-2015 Message 8 of 9 (973 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: ECS RC410-M (Asterope-GL8E) Graphics Card Compatability [Edited] Options Mark as OH ok that is fine then.
Thanks. same message. to my boards PCI-E slot.I am still not sure why you mention PCI slot? http://newwikipost.org/topic/x4pDDXSqoPJqPG6neuuNahQK3fjk0w9B/A7V8X-replacing-dead-mobo-with-slightly-less-capable-version-of-the-same.html I was a bit out of choice.
I've done CMOS reset several times by holding the power button for 30 seconds, no difference. I then read that NVidia don't always say their cards are PCI-Express 2.1 when in fact they are. The program from asus messed up and i was stuck with a non working motherboard p4b533-e flashing under windows failed and i shut down .No more post i assumed update failed Reply 0 0 Big_Dave Provost Posts: 25,824 Member Since: 07-17-2009 Message 4 of 9 (1,412 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: ECS RC410-M (Asterope-GL8E) Graphics Card Compatability Options Mark as New Bookmark
Still ending up with one that would not work (A new GT630). http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1922414/rc410-support-garphic-card-geforce210.html It's listed in Device Manager as working properly and also in Find New Hardware but it is NOT listed in the BIOS? Did any one else have the same problem? It starts up without a BSOD, and tries to load Vista from the disk, but now it says it needs drivers, which we cannot find at all on any of the
If it is recommended by a reputable/authorized person, OK--- but don't just give it try in false hopes it will work. this content I downloaded a Memory Test Image, but it locked up each time during the test. Start a new discussion instead. Not even the initial screen anymore.
Then the next day I took out ram, agp card, cd, floppy, cpu, and cmos battery and reinserted them but then it wouldn't beep even if I took out the ram Any other place to get current drivers for the motherboard. So many folks complain about hp's proprietary boards... weblink Read again the wiki excerpt.
My suggestion to anyone flashing their bios, is don't, unless you have done it correctly on an older board and thus very sure of the process and the amount of time Did not have to want to send one back again either.I found one on Ebay the Latest version (year) I could get at a price I was happy with ($60 Aus). If this also does not work then you need to purchase another memory card because if the above fails then you know this one is faulty.
ivan This feels like a BIOS problem.
So help me, geniuses. But due to work, I only get time at night to help you people out. One day we suddenly got a BSOD. after two hours going in circles with HP support another 2 hours searching the web.
Our aim is to give you the best possible answer. system help 4400+ faster than most FX processors? If I go into the bios then exit the bios whether or not I make any changes then the computer boots to windows. http://bornsunsoft.com/solved-replacing/solved-replacing-vista-with-xp.html Thanks again!!
It is the one in the center of the computer on top of a group of metal prongs. ohbrandi, Oct 26, 2008 #6 leroys1000 Banned Joined: Aug 15, 2007 Messages: 6,319 Really would need your price range for a case up rebuild as you will probably need to replace Rather than change the power supply I would go and net a new USB card and see if that fixes it. Let's call it dead, bury it and buy a new bride.
Elitegroup doesn't even list the RC410-M 3. The manual says the motherboard looks at the floppy (if it exists) then the CD for the original BIOS image, (a special filename, (I guess its doing what some routers do Reply 0 0 « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Related Documents HP PCs - Computer Is Slow (Windows 10)HP Desktop PCs - Performing a Hard ResetHP Desktop PCs Can I recover or restart the installation?
just removing the RAM and placing it again did the trick :) GR8! What do I do? And we even manually tried to place drivers on. We rely on our computer for homeschooling our 4 children, and it won't boot up!
so while i was looking on the internet and chat rooms for help I opened the second extra floppy from within windows xp. Something that I have noticed breezing through here - CAREFUL WITH GIGABYTE @BIOS!!!! But the system does not boot. Random shutdown's HDD absent from Boot Priority Garbled boot screen Build, something is not right?
What does FL stand for? Tomorrow the place I purchased the motherboard will be open and hopefully I will be able to get a hold of them and see what they have to say.