1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 16, 2009 8:41 AM by Aryan2411

    DP45SG

    iamghouri

      Sir,
                     With due reverence, It is humbly requested that I am facing a problem with my board Intel Skyburg DP45SG

      that when I boot the system, there are two beeps, one prior to Black splash screen and second after Black splash

      screen, this situation appears due to updating the System Bios from Window Based exe file named as SGP4510H.86A

      download from my Motherboard Site. But the problem still persists. Accordingly, one more problem is added that

      when I boot the system, there is no splash screen showing intel logo which was seen earlier when i purchased it. Now

      it is only showing setup options in Black screen without intel logo, but sytem boots normally into windows. The other

      relevant detail of Motherboard are hereunder: -

       

       

      Board AA No: E27733-403
      CPU: Intel Core 2 duo E8400 3.00 MHz (wolfdale)
      Memory Model and type: 2x 1GB Corsair XMS3 DHX CM3X1024-1333C9DHX
      Power Supply Model and ATX Version: Extreme-FX XT400HD
      Graphics Card Model: NVIDIA GeForce 7300GS


      With best regards,


      GhOuRI Verma

        • 1. Re: DP45SG
          Aryan2411

          Hi there,

          Here are some questions:

           

          Did the system work before?
          How did you update the bios if there was always a black screen?
          What is the bios version of the board?

           

          From the release notes of the BIOS updates:
          http://downloadmirror.intel.com/17384/eng/SG_0109_ReleaseNotes.pdf
          There is a fix in the BIOS for the support of certain GFX cards.

           

          Step 1: Note Update the bios using the recovery mode only
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          Download the latest bios file from the website below

          http://downloadcenter.intel.com/T8Clearance.aspx?

          sType=&agr=Y&ProductID=2932&DwnldID=17384&url=/17384/eng/SG0109.BIO&PrdMap=&strOSs=38&OSFullName=OS Independent&lang=eng
          Copy the bio file to a fat-formatted usb memory stick
          Remove the bios jumper from the board.
          Connect the usb stick on the target machine.
          Make sure there is no other usb devices connected on the system
          Switch on the system
          Wait for the bios update to complete.
          Put back the bios jumper to its normal position
          Try to boot the machine.

           

          If it does not work, try another graphics card.


          Try this:

          Step A:
          ===========
          Now try to boot the system only with power supply, motherboard and cpu connected (no memory)
          Result:
          Does the board issue any beeps?

          Step B:
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          Put one memory module on the board on the slot dimm 0
          Result:

          Step C:
          ===========
          Switch the bios jumper configuration of the board to the configuration mode
          Switch on the system
          Result:

           

          Kind Regards,
          Aryan