AfterDawn Forums

ASUS CROSSHAIR

This discussion thread has 14 messages.

#1
rick5446 Suspended due non-functional email address
Ive GOT This (ASUS CROSSHAIR) mobo when I first turned it on it worked. Turned it off and it would not power back up, checked the manual and found on board Power-on switch, it started OK. Turned it off again, and now can't even get on board switch to work. Does this sound like a board problem or what
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 16 Jul 2008 @ 19:55
▼▼ This topic has 13 answers - they are below this advertisement ▼▼
AfterDawn Advertisement
#2
You mentioned diagnostic LEDs that only appear when there is a problem of some kind. Does the manual or Asus site say anything about those?



Afterdawn Addict // Silent PC enthusiast // PC Build advisor // LANGamer Alias:Ratmanscoop
PC Specs page -- http://my.afterdawn.com/sammorris/blog_entry.cfm/11247
updated 10-Dec-13
#3
rick5446 Suspended due non-functional email address
No not really their just a bunch of red Diodes that light up so U can see all your Board. They really don't have a function
#4
The way I see it, if you haven't changed anything, for something to suddenly not work means something's at fault. It could either be the PSU or the board. Try a different PSU first as it's the easier component to swap out. If no luck, RMA the board.



Afterdawn Addict // Silent PC enthusiast // PC Build advisor // LANGamer Alias:Ratmanscoop
PC Specs page -- http://my.afterdawn.com/sammorris/blog_entry.cfm/11247
updated 10-Dec-13
#5
rick5446 Suspended due non-functional email address
I got to thinking it might be like a circuit breaker. I'm running a shit load of stuff off a 4 outlet box.. I haven't had any problems yet today, I'm just gonna let him take it home and see if the problem still occurs THANKS THOUGH
#6
If a circuit breaker had tripped, I wouldn't think any power would go to the board, and if I'm right in thinking, no motherboard lights up when it has no power at all. It will have to at least have 5VSB power from the PSU.



Afterdawn Addict // Silent PC enthusiast // PC Build advisor // LANGamer Alias:Ratmanscoop
PC Specs page -- http://my.afterdawn.com/sammorris/blog_entry.cfm/11247
updated 10-Dec-13
#7
rick5446 Suspended due non-functional email address
Everything your saying is true ! I really don't know, I do know if a breaker goes out on a house U don't lose power everywhere. You would really have 2 see the specs on the Brd, me I just don't know how to understand them.
#8
Not owning a crosshair motherboard I wouldn't know for sure. What PSU does the system containing this board have?



Afterdawn Addict // Silent PC enthusiast // PC Build advisor // LANGamer Alias:Ratmanscoop
PC Specs page -- http://my.afterdawn.com/sammorris/blog_entry.cfm/11247
updated 10-Dec-13
#9
rick5446 Suspended due non-functional email address
It's got an Enermax 620
#10
Should be decent enough, but do you have another unit to test with, just in case? At the moment I'm thinking faulty motherboard.



Afterdawn Addict // Silent PC enthusiast // PC Build advisor // LANGamer Alias:Ratmanscoop
PC Specs page -- http://my.afterdawn.com/sammorris/blog_entry.cfm/11247
updated 10-Dec-13
#11
rick5446 Suspended due non-functional email address
No that's the only one of its kind in this neighborhood . So far it's doing great, DVD Shrink was ripping over 2,000, Like I said earlier ConvertX, converted Meet the Browns in about 15min 100+fps, where as my 2.6 does 80's fps. Nvidia and U Torrent don't seem to like each other, U Torrent pops up with might crash due to conflict but it hasn't happened yet. Any way thanks 4 your concern, got go and get back 2 work. I'll Write (talk) atcha later
#12
So you got it working again? I'm a little confused...



Afterdawn Addict // Silent PC enthusiast // PC Build advisor // LANGamer Alias:Ratmanscoop
PC Specs page -- http://my.afterdawn.com/sammorris/blog_entry.cfm/11247
updated 10-Dec-13
#13
rick5446 Suspended due non-functional email address
Well don't fell alone, I'm confused 2. The only thing I can figure is I unplugged everything Then just plugged it back up. Who knows, it might even be a female Computer, and U know how tempermantal women are..HaHaa
#14
Most 'machines' tend to be female... I think perhaps that was a get-around for when they don't behave! lol



Afterdawn Addict // Silent PC enthusiast // PC Build advisor // LANGamer Alias:Ratmanscoop
PC Specs page -- http://my.afterdawn.com/sammorris/blog_entry.cfm/11247
updated 10-Dec-13
This discussion thread has been automatically closed, as it hasn't received any new posts during the last 180 days. This means that you can't post replies or new questions to this discussion thread.

If you have something to add to this topic, use this page to post your question or comments to a new discussion thread.