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  • New Jetway Mini ITX Board no display *HELP*

    Hey i have a mini itx board from jetway. And the problem is that i have it hooked up and for some reason i cant get a display. I tried the S video and the yellow video port. i get nothing. i also tried to use the vga port... no display. This motherboard is brand new and i cant find the manual.. Anyone have any suggestions?

  • #2
    I'd suggest you start by posting more information. Does it beep? What's the model? How much ram? Make/model/speed of ram? What power supply are you using? Do you have the P4 connector hooked up if it has one?
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    • #3
      jetway jnc93-330w-lf
      http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813153135
      1 gb of ram i think 133 mhz or 333
      Using a picopsu (dont know the power, i bought it off somebody)

      The processor fan goes on, as does the motherboard light. And the system stays on.
      No beep though.
      Just cant get a display no matter what i do

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      • #4
        is the computer turning on (hard/cd drives spinning)?

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        • #5
          i didnt hear or feel the HDD spinning. Fans are spinning though

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          • #6
            if your using 133/333mhz your using the wrong memory-- according to the specs, you need to use ddr2 533 mhz

            another way to check that the computer is booting up properly is to turn the num lock light on and off manually-- if the computer posts, you will be able to control the numlock light, if it isn't posting, the numlock will not be able to be manually turned on and off.
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            • #7
              im using HP/Compaq 1 GB PC2 5300 667 MHZ CL5 ECC Registered DDR2 SDRAM DIMM

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              • #8
                yup that's the problem, wrong RAM installed. You need DDR2 at 533 MHz like soundman said. It's also called PC2-4200 RAM.

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                • #9
                  Really? The higher Mhz causes that kind of problem? Would that actually prevent me from recieving no display when i power on?

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                  • #10
                    Actually on further research I don't think it should affect the motherboard.

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                    • #11
                      so its not the ram? <<confused>> another question.. could it be my picopsu isnt powerful enough. Its old and i dont really know how powerful it is. Could it be that it cant produce enough juice to completely power the mobo?

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                      • #12
                        Could you get us some more specs about your computer? What processor, how many drives?
                        Also try hooking up a standard ATX power supply to the computer. If the computer starts picoPSU isnt powerful enough. If it doesn't motherboard problem.

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                        • #13
                          well the fans all start when i turn it on. the mobo light goes on. The powerLED light also goes on.. Its just that when plug in the vga i get no display at all.

                          Model
                          Brand JetWay
                          Model JNC93-330W-LF
                          Combo Type Motherboard/CPU Combo
                          Bundle
                          CPU Intel Atom Dual-Core 330
                          With Cooler Yes
                          Supported CPU
                          CPU Type Intel Atom
                          FSB 533MHz
                          Chipsets
                          North Bridge Intel 945GC
                          South Bridge Intel ICH7
                          Memory
                          Number of Memory Slots 1240pin
                          Memory Standard DDR2 533
                          Maximum Memory Supported 2GB
                          Expansion Slots
                          PCI Slots 1
                          Storage Devices
                          PATA 1 x ATA 100 2 Dev. Max
                          SATA 2 x SATA 3.0Gb/s
                          Onboard Video
                          Onboard Video Chipset Intel GMA 950
                          Onboard Audio
                          Audio Chipset Realtek ALC662
                          Audio Channels 6 Channels
                          Onboard LAN
                          LAN Chipset Realtek 8111C
                          Max LAN Speed 10/100/1000Mbps
                          Rear Panel Ports
                          PS/2 2
                          COM 1
                          LPT 1
                          Video Ports D-Sub + TV-Out
                          S-Video 1
                          USB 1.1/2.0 4 x USB 2.0
                          Audio Ports 3 Ports
                          Onboard USB
                          Onboard USB 2 x USB 2.0/1.1 headers for 4 USB 2.0 ports
                          Physical Spec
                          Form Factor Mini ITX

                          Im using an old laptop HDD 120GB and the rpm should be about 5400 rpm.

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                          • #14
                            Try a different PSU. Also try it without any ram installed and see if you get slow constant beeps.
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                            • #15
                              Check and see if it has a built in speaker for post beeps or if its just a header on the mobo. It might wanna beep to tell you something, it just can't!

                              I believe its 3 beeps for a memory problem. Using 667 for a 533 shouldn't be a problem, assuming the ram is able to at least function at whatever the default mobo voltage is. Also regular DDR wouldn't have even fit in the slot!

                              My recent problem with no video on a jetway was a CPU that needed re-seated (AMD, not Atom). Doesn't apply as easily since you have a built-in.

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