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    Thanks joshuo - I'm going to put my screen in the car today and see if that turns on (powered from the M2-ATX as well) and go from there I guess. What sucks is I got the Kingston low profile 2GB stick http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820134192 and doubt if a local store has it, well maybe Fry's. Will report back later.
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    It looks to me like it is the power supply that is the problem. I hooked up my new screen to it and got nothing, then hooked it up to the cigarette lighter power and it worked fine. The thing that bugs me is that the mobo gets some sort of power (the green standby light comes on when I turn on the ignition) so maybe there is some jumper or cable I didn't connect right...going over to the power supply forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatejd View Post
    It looks to me like it is the power supply that is the problem. I hooked up my new screen to it and got nothing, then hooked it up to the cigarette lighter power and it worked fine. The thing that bugs me is that the mobo gets some sort of power (the green standby light comes on when I turn on the ignition) so maybe there is some jumper or cable I didn't connect right...going over to the power supply forum.
    Is the P4 wire connected?
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    Quote Originally Posted by treetop777 View Post
    Is the P4 wire connected?
    Yes, I have it connected via molex, not directly from the M2-ATX.
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    does the m2 have a p4 wire?

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    I don't have a p4 > p4 wire and would rather not pay $10 for one, but will have to if that is the problem. I have a molex > p4 wire coming off the M2 wire harness.
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    So, it looks like the power supply is good - the hard drive and CD-ROM were powered after shorting it on via the green wire in the wire harness. I would say a bad mobo maybe, but don't you have to change something in the BIOS for it to boot off of power and not off of a switch? Short of swapping out the ram or the mobo, anybody know something I else I could try?
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    Do you have the PWR button wire running from the M2-ATX to the header on the MB? The M2-ATX will only turn on when told to by the MB. The MB tells it to do so when the power button is pushed. This is done by the M2-ATX via the 2-pin wire when the ignition is applied (if in the proper mode).
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    I've been running fine for a while now and havn't kept up with this thread. The one issue I have is that I get a faint beeping that I can only hear when there is no audio playing. The tone and rythom changes and it sounds like the tones you use to hear between shows on PBS.

    It seems like this has been mentioned here before but I can't find it in this thread. Anyone know what this is or the fix for it?

    I'm about to upgrade to a larger hard drive and install Windows 7 at the same time. I figured if this is a bios issue I'd take care of it while I had everything pulled out but don't want to mess with the bios if I don't need to.

    Thanks

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    Check the jumpers on the board. Sometimes Intel boards ship with the Bios jumper on 'Clear'. Look for a jumper caller JP1 near the CMOS Battery.
    Ideally you could test it by hooking it up to a desktop PS...

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