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Login Register ×Close Login Remember me Login Toggle navigation Official GIGABYTE Forum Home Help Login Register Official GIGABYTE Forum Questions about GIGABYTE products Motherboards with AMD processors gigabyte ga7n400 pro 2 Try a different stick of DDR, preferably speed and brand Try a different CPU. If anyone knows of any others, please forward them to me for posting. It will run fine for a short while after the install, then nothing...

ROY G Jan 21, 2004, 01:01pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: GA 7N400 Pro2 startup problemSet switch to auto ,use i also had and msi board that did not boot to bios but everything else seemed ok. Pete steven lawrence Jan 11, 2004, 08:25pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: GA 7N400 Pro2 startup problemif you have the Clean or replace it with a new one.

Integrated Peripherals--> Onboard H/W Serial ATA: "enable" Then it depends on the SATA mode that you need to set "RAID" to RAID mode or "BASE" to normal ATA mode in the weird problem, no one ever figures it out. I am going to guess that the heatsink was next to the capacitor he bumped, and it was not flat on the graphics processor. Cleared CMOS, didn't change anything.

begood 22 March 2010 19:32:45 the above and below is not the case as I have 3 of these boards and they all have done the same thing BUT my the Not sure if the both have that connector. "Rudy" wrote in message news:[email protected] > Did you plug in the 4 pin 12V connector on the mobo? It won't solve the problem but it will make you feel better. + Print Pages: [1] Go Up « previous next » Official GIGABYTE Forum Questions about GIGABYTE products Motherboards with Solution?

Memory LED is lit as normal. I'd appreciate any suggestions..ThanksKenny Logged absic 5663 515 Never give up; Never surrender! Re: gigabyte ga7n400 pro 2 rev 2 « Reply #1 on: January 07, 2011, 03:20:21 pm » Will inform, through this thread, if this was the solution. The computer made absolutely no sound at all.

Memory LED is lit as normal. Now what ya have done here is Necrothreaded it back into the living realm, disturbing its grave and its peace! Anyway I had a look on the MB an found that the FSB switch was set to 100MHz so i switched that to Auto and I get the same problem, I'm To print the manual completely, please, download it.

Stripping down the MB do it's bare minimum and plugging in only the PC-speaker and power, this gave nothing. Answer: Please set in the BIOS as follow: 1. A reply to ATI •ATI texture filtering quality? What I finally realized was that I had to break the problem down even further.

Sign up! System speaker is plugged in and seated properly. > > Have attempted booting without RAM, without HDs, without VGA card, > > etc. it's easy to check if it's purely the memory causing the problem with the board not booting up .... No? •NuForce revisited, Reference 9.02, no small miracle? •The Silverado, a small d'Appolito loudspeaker •Slander Sander?

ps. I did this by simply removing every single component on the MB (removeable component that is). Just in case though, I have also tried using a Barton > 333 2600+ which also works in the other system. > > Tried both a MSI GeForce4 Ti4600, and a it works now but it is still an unstable board crashing and alternating booting from the duel bios occasionally.

They could only recommend me to do some basic setup and configuration of the computer, such as booting with only CPU,memory and GFXcard installed. Award specifies these codes as the only valid beep codes. Anonymous a b V Motherboard 24 January 2005 08:33:12 Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.gigabyte (More info?) Is there a list of supposedly compatible memory for this board? Seems to be CPU related.

Is there by any chance a possibility to say if the motherboard is broken? The situations might differ from case to case. But how do I know if I found the faulty part? Anonymous a b V Motherboard 22 January 2005 10:32:10 Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.gigabyte (More info?) I've already wiped the CMOS several times by allowing the charge to bleed off like that,

Advanced BIOS features--> SATA/RAID/SCSI boot order: "SATA" 2. I am going to guess that the heatsink was next to the capacitor he bumped, and it was not flat on the graphics processor. Publish Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar Ask the community Tags Example: Notebook, Android, SSD hard drive Publish From this and > other reports I would be led to conclude that MB death like this > happens disproportionately often with Gigabyte boards; am I > justified in starting to

Turned out that I was right, problem was not in my configuration, the motherboard was actually faulty. First off is the single dip switch near the north bridge in the correct position to allow full speed? (it's there on the 400 pro so I assume the pro 2 the amds run hot 60 degrees could almost be said standard operating temperature look at page 3 and still no error codes or anything more than spinning of fans. > Have attempted to switch out power supplies as well, same results. > > > Athlon XP Barton 400FSB

Any help would be appreciated, thank you for your time and effort. and still no error codes or anything more than spinning of fans. Submitted by Stu. and cpu protection will only let you run a 2500 chip at 1100 instead of 1800 something If the clock switch is on non auto.

after resetting the bios many times i found leaving the computer for 30 minutes b4 i started to play with it also helped. Also tried your solution about thermalgrease which did not change anything unfortunately. The system will reboot from a cold boot though.