This is driving me nuts can you help with this Abit mothboard

Discussion in 'Abit' started by B coivrick, Jul 13, 2003.

  1. B coivrick

    B coivrick Guest

    This is driving me nuts can you help with this Abit mothboard
    Ok I have a ABIT Bf6 motherboard with a PIII 1000 for over a year.
    Everthing worked fine. Now nothing was added new or changed.
    Just one day it did not boot, would not post. Just a black screen.
    So I tested all the memory in my other computer,
    a BE6.
    All the memory was fine I put a cel 300 in the BF6 and it booted and posted
    fine. So I thought it was the CPU. I got a RMA # and was ready to pack it up
    to send for a new one.
    BUT I thought let me do a test and put the PIII 1000 in the ABIT BE6 to see
    it would work. I did not think it would.
    Well it did work, it booted right up and went right into windows.
    So I thought well its not bad after all.
    So I put it back into the BF6 and still it will not boot or post. yet a Cel
    Now I dont understand this why would this not work in the BF6 the same
    motherboard it has been working in fine for the last year.
    But work fine in the BE6.
    I am going back and forth trying to get it to work. it workd in one but nopt
    the other one.
    I thought that maybe the motherboard (bf6) was bad but if the cel 300 works
    Can any one help me with this.
    You can even email me if you like at
    B coivrick, Jul 13, 2003
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    TomG Guest

    you have gotten at least two responses, one on your original thread and one
    on your new thread.


    Thomas Geery
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    TomG, Jul 13, 2003
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