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Windows 7: New pc case and mobo p5b-vm do green light on board

12 Jul 2016   #61
essenbe

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If you are talking about the CPU Pins inside the CPU socket, you'll have to send it back to the Manufacturer to have the socket replaced, unless you can straighten the pins without breaking one.


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12 Jul 2016   #62
fspsyco

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I'll take a picture
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13 Jul 2016   #63
fspsyco

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actually i went back one more time and got it back to the original position, but only issue is i'm not getting video
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13 Jul 2016   #64
essenbe

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Do you have the Graphics Card installed? If so are the power wires completely seated? Was the card installed last time it ran or not? Are you sure the monitor is plugged in correctly, to the graphics card if it is installed or to the rear motherboard connectors if it is not installed?

Do you have graphics if you boot into BIOS? If you do, use set the defaults settings like you did before. ( optimized defaults or setup defaults)

Every single pin in the CPU socket must fit into the corresponding holes in the CPU. Every pin controls some function between the Motherboard and CPU. If even 1 is out of place, bent, broken or damaged, some function of the board will not work, if it runs at all.

You can try the procedure I gave in this post New pc case and mobo p5b-vm do green light on board if you want to, just use the same battery. Leave it out for a minimum of 20 minutes. When installed, if it works, go to BIOS and run setup defaults again. Set the date and time, as before.

Try disconnecting bot wires from the hard drives and the DVD/CD drive and try to go into BIOS again.
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13 Jul 2016   #65
fspsyco

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ok so i tryed it with and without the gpu no video either time other than that the connections during the whole process the only difference was that the disk drive and hd were connected, altho i did try it with out those 2 connected but same issue. i'll try taking out the battery again see if that helps.
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13 Jul 2016   #66
fspsyco

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Left out the Battery for a good half hr or so still no video
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13 Jul 2016   #67
fspsyco

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also I tried removing and connecting the video cord while it was on but it just goes to sleep
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13 Jul 2016   #68
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

I'm not sure what else to advise you. It looks like the bent CPU Pins, did you in. You can try to boot from the Windows installation disk and see if you get video then. If you don't, then It must be the CPU Pins on your motherboard.
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13 Jul 2016   #69
fspsyco

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Well I looked again and had to straighten it a little further (if you can't tell by the picture which ones they were look at the 3rd dot on the bottom right and the 2 pins that were bent are to the left of that) either way I guess it is test time again


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13 Jul 2016   #70
fspsyco

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The picture rotated again what I meant by bottom was the side with those silver capacitors
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