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Official ASUS Socket Drivers download center, download and update ASUS Socket drivers in 3 steps P4BV Beta BIOS Latest beta BIOS. My motherboard is a Asus P4BV with the beta bios. I had the but flashed it to to see if the CPU would work at GHz. What is wrong? ASUS P4BV motherboard specifications ASUS P4BV CPU compatibility list GHz, FSB, L2 cacheKB, , Any  Missing: Beta.


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I then removed all the cards, all the hard drives and all the peripherals to see if the power would stay on with nothing but the MoBo, CPU and memory. Same result. On for 4 seconds then off.

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I removed the round lithium battery, and replaced it with a new one. I bought a new memory stick.

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I removed everything from the case. The MoBo is now sitting on a non-conductive surface with nothing Asus P4B533-V 1009.002 Beta it other than the 20 pin power connector and the 4 pin CPU power connector.

My next conclusion is that something on the motherboard must have blown. Maybe when the power supply blew it sent a spike downstream that fried something. I did a visual inspection and couldn't see anything obvious. I researched the differences between the two, and the only significant one was that the "V" model had built-in video doesn't matter to me because Asus P4B533-V 1009.002 Beta using a video card anyway.

This time it ran for half a second and shut off. New memory, old memory, no difference. Having already replaced the motherboard, I thought that maybe the CPU was damaged. Asus P4B533-V 1009.002 Beta bought a brand new P4 in a sealed box and put that in. No difference. At this point I had replaced the motherboard, the CPU, the RAM and the power supply and neither system would stay on more than a few seconds the old system Asus P4B533-V 1009.002 Beta 4 seconds, the new one for less than 1 second.

I concluded that the problem must be with the brand new PSU since that's the only thing in common. Antec agreed and gave me an RMA to send it back. The MoBo is now sitting on a non-conductive surface with nothing touching it other than the 20 pin power connector and the 4 pin CPU power connector.

My next conclusion is that something on the motherboard must have blown. Maybe when the power supply blew it sent a spike downstream that fried something.

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I did a visual inspection and couldn't see anything obvious. I researched the differences between the two, and the only significant one was that the "V" model had built-in video doesn't matter to me because I'm using a video card anyway. This time it ran for half a Asus P4B533-V 1009.002 Beta and shut off. New memory, old memory, no difference.

Having already replaced the motherboard, I thought that maybe the CPU was damaged. I bought a brand new P4 in a sealed box and put that in.

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At this point I had replaced the motherboard, the CPU, the RAM and Asus P4B533-V 1009.002 Beta power supply and neither system would stay on Asus P4B533-V 1009.002 Beta than a few seconds the old system for 4 seconds, the new one for less than 1 second. I concluded that the problem must be with the brand new PSU since that's the only thing in common. Antec agreed and gave me an RMA to send it back. I got a replacement.

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Does anyone have any suggestions before I throw up my hands in total defeat? Is there something about this power supply that is incompatible with these motherboards? Am I missing something obvious?

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