No post beeps no video (Solved)
Posted 10 May 2017 - 09:14 PM
Posted 11 May 2017 - 07:48 PM
You may be refering to the wrong MB, there is no DG45GT, only a DG43GT
Here it Says 16Gb with Intel® Desktop Board DG43GT with BIOS identifier GTG4310H.86A.> https://downloadcent...s?product=41036
From the user Manual Four 240-pin, DDR2 1.8 V SDRAM Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM) sockets • 800/667 MHz single or dual channel DDR2 SDRAM interface • Support for up to 16 GB of main memory
You won't get any display without at least one stick of RAM installed, you will just get 3 beeps, No RAM detected. The board should Auto detect RAM speed.
I think the first task is set the board to Defaults.
Use 1x1GB in slot 0 (blue) > Boot and enter BIOS, > Write down the BIOS version, > check time and date are correct. > go to Exit Menu, > select, Load Defaults, > Save and exit. On the restart, there should be a message on the screen.??
Restart and enter BIOS, if the date and time are still correct? the CMOS battery is OK. Shut down.
Swap the 1x1GB stick for a 1x4GB stick and boot. If fail, try the second 4GB stick. If still a fail.
See if there is a more recent BIOS than the one you have.
Posted 11 May 2017 - 10:10 PM
Posted 12 May 2017 - 03:47 AM
Removing the CMOS battery or using the Clear CMOS jumper is supposed to load the bios default settings, so not sure why it has not worked for you. The battery may be low on voltage or, replaced upside down.
It is possible to configure the BIOS blind, but nowhere in you manuals is there a description for all the F keys functions.
make sure you have access to the Tech Specs, > https://downloadmirr...echProdSpec.pdf
There are two jumper headers on the MB, one is for BIOS configuration, make sure the jumper is on the correct pins, Pages #56/57.
Clear CMOS header, (note no jumper supplied, use a screwdriver to bridge the 2 pins) Page #58.
A bit over the top, but lets do everything.
With 1x1GB in slot 0 (blue)
With the PSU off, but still connected to a power point.
Hold down the case Power Button for ten seconds.
Remove the CMOS battery.
Bridge the clear CMOS pins for ten seconds.
Replace the CMOS battery + sign up.
Power on, > Boot.??
If OK, try swapping in the 4GB stick.
If fail, I would replace the CMOS battery and try again.
Posted 13 May 2017 - 08:22 AM
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