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25-Jan-2018 16:22

I suggest you remove all adapters from the motherboard except the video card, and memory.

Unplug the hard drive and other accessories from the power supply as well. None of your suggestions worked but thank you for your help. I tried your suggestions but the COM ports are not yet detected by the BIOS.

The only thing that should normally be duplicated are IRQ holders and perhaps Motherboard resources.

Alternatively you could remove everything and let the system redetect everything. Reboot Your system should now be detecting hardware again.

Try this: Press Del key (or key combination required by your computer) at power up when you see memory counting, to enter the machine's BIOS setup screen. Let us know what you find, and if you need help with this.

I wish I knew a resolve to your problem but I dont... ( a:\ is assuming your floppy drive is drive a:, if it is drive b:\ then type "dir b:"). Make sure in the BIOS that the floppy drive is setup properly, ie A drive = 3.5" 1.44MB (if that is what a: is) Set the Boot Sequence to boot from A: first. if not, have you tried another known working IO Card? If the settings went back to the origional settings, Change your CMOS battery.

If you can access the floppy drive, then you have a bad floppy drive controller. Save settings and reboot with a bootdisk in A: Did it work? All of that should determine your next step, New MB or Not. (same text as last time) As was mentioned earlier by mikecr, check your cables to be sure they are connected properly (floppy disk controller cables).

The only thing that should be duplicated are IRQ holders and perhaps Motherboard resources. Reboot Your system should now be detecting hardware again.

If it asks you to reboot because it found new hardware say NO.

Try this: Press Del key (or key combination required by your computer) at power up when you see memory counting, to enter the machine's BIOS setup screen. Let us know what you find, and if you need help with this.

I wish I knew a resolve to your problem but I dont... ( a:\ is assuming your floppy drive is drive a:, if it is drive b:\ then type "dir b:"). Make sure in the BIOS that the floppy drive is setup properly, ie A drive = 3.5" 1.44MB (if that is what a: is) Set the Boot Sequence to boot from A: first. if not, have you tried another known working IO Card? If the settings went back to the origional settings, Change your CMOS battery.

If you can access the floppy drive, then you have a bad floppy drive controller. Save settings and reboot with a bootdisk in A: Did it work? All of that should determine your next step, New MB or Not. (same text as last time) As was mentioned earlier by mikecr, check your cables to be sure they are connected properly (floppy disk controller cables).

The only thing that should be duplicated are IRQ holders and perhaps Motherboard resources. Reboot Your system should now be detecting hardware again.

If it asks you to reboot because it found new hardware say NO.

If there are no splats, then hopefully you are back to a normal configuration.