Biostar A780LB Ver. 6.1 AMD SATA Driver
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Biostar A780LB Ver. 6.1 AMD SATA Driver
Can't find your answer? Get the answer Mar 8,7: I agree with Wyered1, make sure you look at the voltage switch on the back of the psu. Also make sure you are connecting all the neccessary power cables correctly. DRosencraft Mar 8,9: I have a very similar mobo to the first one, and similar CPU, and I'm having a similar problem.
The mobo was sitting in a closet for about 18 months, the CPU was brand new from Newegg that day. The board has onboard graphics. Put computer together, no video signal, no beep codes. RMA'd the board and got a new one, same problem. Talked to customer service, Biostar A780LB Ver. 6.1 AMD SATA said they did find something wrong with the board I sent in, but wouldn't tell me what.
I RMA's that board too.
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Just got the new replacement yesterday, put the PC together today, and still has the exact same problem. At this point I'm about convinced to never buy anything from MSI ever again. These were the first MSI products I've ever owned, and so far it doesn't seem that any of them can get working.
I don't even think I'll bother doing an RMA on this one. I've already nearly spent back the cost of the thing shipping these boards to them. Unless I hear a reasonable and effective solution here, I'll just be buying a board Biostar A780LB Ver. 6.1 AMD SATA someone not MSI and cut my losses. Wyered1 Mar 8, I would definitely like to see an answer to this. You simply MUST be doing something wrong. I'm going to look up the specs for your motherboard and get back to you.
In the mean time, can you get me the exact PSU and memory you are using?
Can you post a picture of your PC internals configured? DRosencraft Mar 8, I've built at least ten computers in the past six years. I put together the desktop that I use now, and I helped by brother put together the PC Biostar A780LB Ver. 6.1 AMD SATA using. I wish this were a matter of something I am doing wrong, because at least there is something I can do so it doesn't happen again.
Keep in mind, this wasn't even supposed to be anything complicated. I already have a working desktop. As for the specs, the first board I tested using a Rosewill RA and the power supply that came with it. I had used that PSU before, so I knew it worked. Also switched to the other OCZ stick.
This third and last board, which I am about to complete troubleshooting, was tested with the Rocketfish W PSU in my primary system, going back to the Sempron, and now testing them outside of any case on the mobo box the board came in, as per the recommendation of MSI's customer service. My belief at this point is that there is a problem with MSI's chipset.
But, I'm trying to keep an open mind. Any help for me or the guy who started this thread would be awesome. So, after running through a number of tests, my brother and I got a video signal Disconnected everything, reconnected them all.
Got to the BIOS splash screen. Then the image on the screen began to jump and break up, and the system froze.
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Since then, nothing has been able to get the board working again. I was just saying, I find it very hard to believe, even talking MSI crap, that three boards would all have the exact same severe issue, brand new, to the same customer. It's not impossible obviously, but hard to believe.