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Hi, Everybody. I'm working on a Soyo P4VGA mobo. When I turn the system on, there is no video. I have re-set CMOS and tried different video cards, even changed the memory, but nothing works. It has been using the on-board video. The system seems to run, just no video. If I leave the system set long enough it will then boot. I know that there is a virus called "trojan.duntek" that is, I guess, in the "faultrip.dll" but Mr. Norton can not get rid of it. Could that be my problem? I certainly could use some help - again. Thank You.
P.S. - The system must be unplugged and sit for a while before I can get it back.
P.S.S. - I've also tried Soyo's idea to hold the "insert" key down while booting, but that didn't help either. And, there does not appear to be any bad components on the mobo itself.

Edited by poppyal, 06 November 2006 - 10:38 PM.

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http://www.symantec....t...-99&tabid=3


they seem to have a removal
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Do you get video right when the system POSTs, it should be a Soyo splash screen?
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Yes. It was unplugged for a bit, and when I turned it on I did get the Soyo splash. It is now running.
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Thanks for the response.
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Thanks for the response. Now, when I reboot, I get a "BIOS Checksum Error" and it will only boot from drive "A". And the Soyo splash screen is not showing. What is going on? Please!!!

Edited by poppyal, 06 November 2006 - 11:04 PM.

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