Hello Asis, the behavior you are experiencing looks like a compatibility issue.
Some recommendations we can give you could be:
- Update the BIOS of the board to the latest version (V110 https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=22815) It there are many versions between the current one and the latest, I would recommend you to install at least 3 files before going to the latest.
- Test the board using the onboard video.
- Update the firmware of your video card and latest drivers.
- Test the system with another video card.
Thank you for your response
I tried the steps you described in the last three points, but once I have a very bad experience to update BIOS with my Intel 845 GVSR , after updating that with my Novice skill I damaged that fine working MOBO Permanently.
So i Want a Link that actually teaches the Bios Up gradation procedure step by step without damaging the motherboard.
If you have so plz, guide me to that link
Thank you again for giving advice
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The following link will give all the instructions you need to follow. Desktop Boards — BIOS Update Instructions
Remember that motherboards are electronic devices and they can fault at any time.
So please try to follow the recommendations I gave you on post #1