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System does not boot...

By aharish2003 ·
I got a message as new PCI communication Controller Found when i logined. Next Time I started the system it does not boot or give beep sound.

My system configuration
Mercury Motherboard : KOB 810e FST
Pentium III 1.1 GHz

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by BFilmFan In reply to System does not boot...

Did you install a new card in your system that is using a PCI slot?

If you did, look in the documentation from the vendor, as I am sure that is a known issue. If it isn't listed, you have the number for their tech support.

If not, then try this:

Clear the BIOS and then reboor the system. All system boards have a pin to allow you to remove the battery backup power to the BIOS. Make sure you have removed AC power before doing this.

After re-setting the jumper to allow battery power to the BIOS chip (the way it was set originally), power up the system and enter BIOS. Most modern BIOS chips have a setting of "Return to Default (or factory) settings. Choose this option and save. Allow the system to boot normally.

What OS are you using?

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by statykserver In reply to System does not boot...

Try removing the all pci cards from the system and see if your system will boot. If it does, then add one pc card at a time. Maybe one of the cards are bad causing problems for the system.

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