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Thanks for this tip. solved WIll this beast block my pci express blue x16 slot? At about 3 yrs, that PSU is probably at the end of its lifespan. Odd crashes occuring. http://amptools.net/not-working/msi-motherboard-pci-not-working.html

This seems to indicate there is something wrong going on at either end of the PCIE links.You could try putting a Celeron on your next motherboard replacement. If that checks out okay, with no sudden changes and no other symptoms you might want to consider RMAing the motherboard. i've never needed to buy a new one before Apr 1, 2008 #17 Matthew TechSpot Staff Posts: 5,264 +92 What CPU/RAM are you using? The original PCIe card that was in place at time of purchase and that has lasted almost three years was a GF9600GS and did use a power connector.

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solved Can I put a PCI Express 3.0 16x Card in a normal PCI 3.0 slot? I will have to buy a new motherboard and send the old one on RMA. solved Does PCI Express 2.0 x16 graphics card work on PCI Express 3.0 slot?

User Name Remember Me? Craig Chamberlin 52,106 views 4:20 PCI-E 1x to 16x Socket Riser Extension Adapter Molex Cable - Duration: 5:09. Get the answer plzhelpmeOct 22, 2011, 7:32 AM Well that was easy hahaha. How To Test If Pcie Slot Is Working GPU in a different pci express slot solved Is the PCI-E Express-16 slot a bit far from the 1st expansion slot?

Get the answer jpdscFeb 10, 2015, 1:52 PM InvalidError said: The PCIE lanes for the x8/x16 slots are provided directly by the CPU. Pci Slot Not Working The day it happened again though, (like I said I am not totally sure if this was the first time it BSOD on me, I seem to recall it has though). Pennsylvania Posts: 52,633 OS: Win7 It clears the Bios rom and resets it to default status, sometimes if the Bios detects a problem it will shut a component down. __________________ BSOD http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2088213/pci-express-slot-working.html Posts 13,478 If you don't find a suitable Windows driver for your card...

I took the 8800 back out, and booted up into windows using onboard graphics. Pci Express X16 Slot Not Working Model: FSP250-60 HEN AC Input: 220-230V-, 2A, 50 Hz DC Output: +3.3V = 17.OA(ORG), +5V = 18.OA(RED), +12V1 = 8.OA(YEL) +5Vsb = 2.OA(PURP), -12V = 0.3A(BLUE), +12V2 = 14.OA (YEL/BLK). Thank you very much for the help.I am going to get the celeron processor and a new motherboard and test it out.How long would you advice me to test it untill If you used a known working card to test the slot and you got nothing, the slot is bad.

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Each different Puppy tends to be [or may be] built on a different kernel, so may include different sets of drivers. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f15/solved-pci-express-slot-dead-440641.html Pennsylvania Posts: 52,633 OS: Win7 Yea that is the Nvidia MCP chip it controls the slots, have you redone the thermal paste? How To Enable Pcie In Bios If you don't have another gpu try asking a friend if you can plug your gpu in theirs. Pci Express Not Working Fix B&S engine runs great for 10 min...

TheFreeRepairGuys 13,223 views 2:17 Video card, pci-E Not working, pci working. - Duration: 2:09. http://amptools.net/not-working/motherboard-lan-not-working.html will ddr3 graphics card work on pci express x16 slot 2.0 More resources See also MSI Z77-GD55 PCI Express top slot not working?? If the motherboard fails again, then that would leave the GPU as the most likely remaining suspect. Now, once I got the replacement PCI express card (it's an Nvidia Geforce 8800), I put it in the pci express slot, booted up, and boom, still no signal to the Pci Slot Stopped Working

plzhelpmeOct 22, 2011, 7:16 AM Will try that but the problem is.... Some GF9600 cards didn't have an auxiliary PCI-E power port and pulled all of their power through the PCI-E slot. There seemed to be a bit of a pause but she powered up. http://amptools.net/not-working/msi-motherboard-usb-not-working.html Is there a way to cool it down and evade such problem? 12-15-2009, 10:10 PM #16 lordreinhart Registered Member Join Date: Dec 2009 Posts: 30 OS: XP And

All Rights Reserved. How To Tell If A Pcie Slot Is Bad But when the BIOS battery goes bad, powering down the machine will cause all the settings to be lost and that means on the first boot, the defaults will be loaded...which If you have an older gpu, try plugging that into the mobo if that does work.

Thanks for the help dude.

Windows 10 HP Laptop Keeps... If you put the i5 back in and the motherboard fails, that would confirm the CPU as the cause.Troubleshooting through parts swaps can get frustrating but it is still much less I'm currently doing homework on a new PC although the timing of the crash has left the better half thinking this might have been an inside job. Second Pcie Slot Not Working You might as well just replace the RAM and CPU as well unless you can find a 939 elsewhere. *Edit* Biostar TF7025-M2 $69.99 Athlon 64 X2 4000+ $55.99 Crucial Ballistix 2

IF yes please suggest me another micro ATX Motherboard. Loading... Working... http://amptools.net/not-working/motherboard-usb-not-working.html Reply With Quote 12-12-2011,11:22 AM #11 mjc View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Supreme Exalted Grand Master GeekModerator Join Date Nov 2000 Location The Mountain State Posts

The 2 motherboards are 2 different but from the same chipset and same product group. and everything the one guy mentioned since is exactly what is happening to me and done eveything in bios n all that good stuff. So I tried to reseat everything and reboot with one stick of ram etc as per the sticky. Unfortunately the bios has no option to manually set the video card type.

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It really looks like you have developed a bad slot. Pennsylvania Posts: 52,633 OS: Win7 See if the Bios gives you the motherboard (chipset) temp that's the one effected by the heatsink that was off. __________________ BSOD Posting Instructions Power Supply I think more than likely the CMOS battery replacement has put the settings back to default so it only boots from PCI and Packard Bell have locked the BIOS menu to Reply With Quote 12-13-2011,02:06 PM #15 mjc View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Supreme Exalted Grand Master GeekModerator Join Date Nov 2000 Location The Mountain State Posts

If you have an older gpu, try plugging that into the mobo if that does work. so I figured, nothing to worry about, it just must be the graphics card overheating... PC manufacturers who do not know how to support their own PC's, how do they get away with it. A PSU misbehaving badly enough to affect low-power local regulators to the point of damaging circuitry further downstream would likely cause multiple other system-wide issues.

On my oem this menu option is not there which means if when resetting the bios the system defaults to PCI as primary then I've no way of changing PCIe to Might be interesting to see how well some version of Puppy Linux [just boot the "live" CD] will work with the present hardware combination [with PCI video card]. All rights reserved. Copyright 1997-2013 Charles M. This seems to indicate there is something wrong going on at either end of the PCIE links.You could try putting a Celeron on your next motherboard replacement.

Will look in to BIOS.