2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 14, 2009 4:21 AM by Ndi

    DG33TL MOBO will not boot...


      My computer was running fine. q6600 processer/ 3gb ram ddr2/vista/160gb SATA HDD/GT 9600 (W/ pci req) and 450 power supply....wasnt getting enough cooling so i got a new case.


      Once i put it in the case it all boot fine, i swaped the 9600 out for a 9800 that dose not have a pci plug for the power supply (odd i know) the case i am useing is Nine Hundread Two. More fans and more lites. Was in the middle of instaling the drivers for the Video card and i went and pluged in a pair of headphones, now the headphones were in the front jack wich was wired into the HD Audio and FP audio port. I inserted the headphones and the comp instantly powered off. Now I cannot get it to power on. All the fans come on i get heat from the CPU and RAM. But no responce from power switch or reset switch no light even on the LAN port when i put a cable into there.


      I then purchased a 750 watt power supply from Cosair and i see no change, however, one odd thing is the CPU fan spins but when i plug a fan into the rear fan plug on the mobo it dose not spin. I cannot find the jumper settings so ive left the battery out for a total of about 10 min. No change.


      Now booting it on a slab of cardboard. 1 gb memory. The processer. No video card useing onboard to test for picture on moniter. I dont get a responce from the moniter at all by the way though any part of this. And ive tested 3 moniters....No beeps nothing.







      Operating System System Model
      Windows Vista Home Premium (build 6000)
      Install Language: English (United States)
      System Locale: English (United States) No details available
      Processor a Main Circuit Board b
      2.40 gigahertz Intel Core2 Quad Q6600
      64 kilobyte primary memory cache
      4096 kilobyte secondary memory cache
      64-bit ready
      Multi-core (4 total)
      Not hyper-threaded Board: Intel Corporation DG33TL AAD89517-803
      Serial Number: BQTL747004P8
      Bus Clock: 266 megahertz
      BIOS: Intel Corp. DPP3510J.86A.0293.2007.1002.1519 10/02/2007
      Drives Memory Modules c,d
      160.04 Gigabytes Usable Hard Drive Capacity
      23.72 Gigabytes Hard Drive Free Space


      _NEC DVD_RW ND-3550A ATA Device [CD-ROM drive]


      SAMSUNG HD160JJ [Hard drive] (160.04 GB) -- drive 0, s/n 0SH81JLU129548, SMART Status: Healthy 3062 Megabytes Usable Installed Memory


      Slot 'J6H1' has 1024 MB
      Slot 'J6H2' has 1024 MB (serial number 0xB639A55C)
      Slot 'J6J1' has 1024 MB
      Slot 'J6J2' is Empty
      Local Drive Volumes




      c: (NTFS on drive 0) 160.04 GB 23.72 GB free


      Network Drives
      None detected
      Users (mouse over user name for details) Printers
      local user accounts last logon
      Jake 8/7/2009 1:43:23 PM (admin)
      Mcx1 7/10/2009 3:10:34 PM (admin)
      local system accounts
      Administrator 11/2/2006 9:03:34 AM (admin)
      Guest never




      Marks a disabled account; Marks a locked account Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 Document Writer Driver on Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 Document Writer Port:
      Microsoft XPS Document Writer on XPSPort:
      Send To Microsoft OneNote Driver on Send To Microsoft OneNote Port:


      Controllers Display
      IDE Channel [Controller] (2x)
      Intel(R) ICH9 SATA AHCI Controller
      Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT [Display adapter]
      DELL 1907FP [Monitor] (19.1"vis, s/n DC323687BHQG, August 2006)




      this is from when it was working the only changes sence that was last working was just 19inch moniter - 22inch moniter, wich makes no change truthfuly

        • 1. Re: DG33TL MOBO will not boot...

          ALSO! it will not stop auto booting...it just turns on and spins...only way i can get it to shut of is via kill switch on power supply

          • 2. Re: DG33TL MOBO will not boot...

            I've had this problem once, except it was a Gigabyte make of the board. I couldn't find the fault here, but I sent it to Gigabyte (nice fellows) and they determined it to be shorted out. Replaced.


            IMO, it's grim. The fornt panel has quite some power, enough to run -say- a microphone, and it's enough to fry things. I remember once a faulty front panel audio actually made the wires hot in the 4 seconds it took me to realize it will not boot.


            I doubt your board is recoverable at home.