Maybe MSI boards are just more finicky about voltages. Hitting “del” to enter setup does nothing. Also, every now and again it will still hang at the same spot it’s been hanging. I kind of want to switch down to a lower wattage power supply since my comp is really very pretty basic and all the extra cables muck up my airflow. Any advice on how to proceed would be much appreciated. Is it the processor cache or some onboard memory in the motherboard? I got this motherboard just last September and I have a quality serge protector so I hope it hasn’t gone bad already.
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Wasn’t it amazingly cheap? Might have a go. Maybe MSI boards are just more finicky about voltages. More and more it’s looking like this mobo is a lemon and I’m gonna have to send it back to MSI.
And I checked the CPU temperature as well and it’s actually running very cool so I don’t think it’s that either. Maybe that was my problem. Please login or register.
Microstar (MSI) K9MM-V VGA Driver v6.14
The two things I did not think to try were popping out the little battery to clear the CMOS and unplugging my video card and using the onboard chip set. I am starting to think that maybe I should just get it turned on once and then leave it on for the rest of eternity.
A Repair install of Windows, with minimum hard ware, is something else to try. But if it was my video card, I wouldn’t get any display, right?
I got this motherboard just last September and I have a quality serge protector so I hope it hasn’t gone bad already. This is the first I found, haven’t tested: We have had numerous k99mm-v with the brand. In fact, it is the exact same result if I have no drives plugged in at all. And seriously, what memory is that testing? I am posting this from work since the computer in question is the only one I have at home so unfortunately I cannot check what BIOS I’m running.
Hitting “del” to enter setup does nothing. I kind of want to switch down to a lower wattage power supply since my comp is really very pretty basic and all the extra cables muck up my airflow. At some point, it decided not to detect my hard drive and I switched it over to the other SATA connection and it’s been working since.
What can Windows tell you about the error? I switched off that USB emulation as specified by the way. How do I check the CPU cooling system?
Cost more than the motherboard and, as I said, I checked the voltages it put out and they were fine. Now you have a better shot at getting a well working system. But I am happy you left the Ultra.
D It’s really tough to troubleshoot since it works sometimes and not other times no matter what I have plugged in so I can’t tell if it’s working because of something I changed or because it just decided to work displxy time. All I know is it’s not RAM. I never updated it.
MSI K9MM-V – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket AM2 – K8M Overview – CNET
I managed to get into BIOS setup you have to hit del at just the exact right second and turn of that darn splash screen. I don’t think it’s the hard disk. I can get Windows up and running in safe mode but that is all I can do.
In there, you’ll find a Kk9mm-v Emulation setting turned on. For one, it’s brand new. I didn’t have any USB devices plugged in.
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