But I had troubles going faster by using the MHz FSB or above, either because that’s the chip’s limit or needs better cooling. This board performed almost identical to that of the P2B board so I have decided to post Vijay’s test as a reference. I replaced all the caps and now it works flawlessly! Having this feature can really save a lot of time and headaches especially for new users wanting to upgrade. Really need a bang my head against the wall emogi. My question to you guys is For the real lazy bones who can’t even bother to press their power button, now they can simply hit the space bar an “TA DA” your computer starts up.
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I’ve revived several Slot 1 CPUs that way and also memory modules and graphics cards. After hours of troubleshooting tonight This board performed almost identical to that of the P2B board so I have decided to post Vijay’s test as a reference. Having an inappropriate power supply can lead to the PC not being able to power up.
To start I suggest using some rings to screw down the mobo and every screw attached to it, but I believe there is something damaged on the mobo that might cause it.
ASUS P28-f Motherboard With Intel Pentium II and 128 MB Memory RAM
Anyway Asus has printed the settings on the board for some convenience. A high Value score will let people know that this hardware is worth its cost.
What do you think might be causing this? Something is going on with this PC case.
Overall it’s a solid board by a very reliable manufacturer, ASUS. I hope they include this useful item in the future as their boards are slightly pricy and this asuus further adds to that cost.
ASUS P2B-F, Slot 1, Intel Motherboard | eBay
However, being the persistent guy that I am, I tried using the P chip again that I thought I had killed. Lifespan Lifespan score reflects how long you feel this hardware will last and perform its function.
At this point I thought I had killed the P chip. Till now they have shy away from the modern Bios controlled setup. Board index All times are UTC.
I haven worked on a board this old since it was contemporary I’ve uploaded asu pics of the motherboard.
No fans, no beeps, nadda. On top of that, the jumpers are difficult to take out!
These days it’s much safer. Unfortunately no matter what I do, I get no picture or beep codes of any kind. Can I Run It. Hercules Terminator Beast ver: And don’t worry about having to troubleshoot for hours on end, it comes with the territory and I’d suggest you start to like it that way or you may be in for a world of hurt down the road But well done anyway After a bit of hard troubleshooting work, a pint of beer 2p8 help relax, take a day off or a week if it has been really troublesome!
If it does it’s definitely a capacitor problem. My retro rigs old topic Interesting Vogons threads aus to Vogonswiki Report spammers here!
As for post beeps, this board does not beep when it boots even when it DID post correctly those few times. It’s running a very old version. But this time it worked, thanks to the high tolerance of the Hercules Beast.
So i finally got it working well with the old P I swear I already swapped the RAM a bunch of times. And if I used it for too long, it didn’t post anymore. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. The system ran all the hardware simultaneously and there was no hic-up at all. The discussion area is the place where you get to chat with fellow gamers and techies. This time round ASUS has taken into much consideration to many users’ requirements.