Re: Cycling D-LED's on 694D Pro

Discussion in 'MSI' started by blaine z schwadel, Sep 19, 2003.

  1. Joe,
    Sorry I couldn't help when you posted this, but now I hope that you can help
    me. It appears that I am now getting the same repeating pattern as you. I
    am assuming that the numbers in your post refer to green LEDs. I took the
    pause after 2 to mean a problem with memory detection. I removed and
    reseated all modules, no change. Although with no modules I was getting
    constant beep tones (since it needs at least one module to post). I also
    now get nothing on the monitor - since its obviously hung up before it gets
    to the display.
    So, did you ever find a fix or did you have to ditch the board :-(
    Thanks for any help.
    Blaine


    "Joe Harris" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I was moving to a new apartment and took the opportunity to put my
    > 694D Pro motherboard in a new case. Since then I'm unable to get it to
    > boot. Usually when I've had problems with this board the D-LED would
    > cycle through a few and stop on the culprit.
    >
    > Now, though, it's repeating a pattern: 1, 2, PAUSE, 1 & 3, 2 & 3
    >
    > I get nothing displayed on my monitor. For a bit it was flashing each
    > time it cycled as if it was just starting to come up, but it would
    > display no graphics or text.
    >
    > I tried a half dozen PCI video cards in all the board's PCI slots with
    > no change. I tried disconnecting my IDE cables from the board, I
    > disconnected the extra case fans, I removed each of the three DIMMs, I
    > tried resetting the BIOS, nothing seems to make a difference. The only
    > time the D-LEDs behaved differently was when I removed all three
    > DIMMs.
    >
    > My web, FTP & e-mail servers are all down and this is an emergency!!
    >
    > Please reply to: joseph.harris AT rrohio DOT com
    >
    > Thanks!
    >
    > Joseph Harris
     
    blaine z schwadel, Sep 19, 2003
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