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Most A-open motherboards have labels on the board itself. I saw something there that says something like: J12 default 1-2 clear RAM 2-3 Is that the one you were saying? rmarotta, I'm not sure if this is the AOpen model but the following was written on the motherboard: AP5C/P 95108-2 48.87 101.002 wsanchez, Clearing the CMOS: The 3-pin jumper JP12 clears the values in the CMOS.To do this, shut off the system power and short pins 2-3 of JP12 for a few seconds.Check to see if settings for floppy drive and ports are set correctly. Regards, Ralph My computer can't read from the floppy drive also. Do you have another card that may have another floppy drivecontroller on it? Type "dir a:" or whatever drive letter the floppy drive is).FDC == Floppy Disk Controller So, it's no surprise that the effect of a FDC failure is the inability to use the "failed" device. Maybe a SCSI adapter, or another IDE controller card? Sounds like you may have at least one card that is duplicating ports and controllers on your computer. wsanchez, it is likely that when you connected via Parallel cable to another computer you received a power "spike" or something similiar. If it works and you can see the contents of the floppy drive, then you definitely have hardware conflict. Install the FDC into the computer Go into the BIOS setup and disable the FDC, but do enable the floppy drive.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 the settings went back to the origional settings, Change your CMOS battery.Save settings and reboot with a bootdisk in A: Did it work? All of that should determine your next step, New MB or Not. wsanchez, I don't think skylab has contributed anything in his "answer" that hasn't already been suggested. When I suggested: "Unplug the data cable from your floppy drive and remove it from BIOS. " You said: "The ports still doesn't work" I suspect either a bad motherboard or power supply.Here are my results: If the settings went back to the origional settings, Change your CMOS battery. (Sometimes, simply removing the battery won't do it) Follow those directions to reset CMOS configuration. If it has the round battery then you can just remove it for 30-45 seconds and that should clear the bios. If not set them and see if the summary screen shows any com ports. I find that number to be for a Biostar motherboard model MB 8500TAC.

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先日、事情でしまってあったM/B、CPU等を復活させて 1台自作しました。 一応すべてのパーツの動作確認をし、 OSをインストールしようとしたのですが、CDブート出来ません。 (Windows setup が始まりません。) Updating ESCD.......

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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.

We're looking for more mac OS users to help provide insight and feedback to help us make the product even better. If anything is duplicated anywhere, remove all copies of the device.

先日、事情でしまってあったM/B、CPU等を復活させて 1台自作しました。 一応すべてのパーツの動作確認をし、 OSをインストールしようとしたのですが、CDブート出来ません。 (Windows setup が始まりません。) Updating ESCD.......

NVRAM protected Building DMI pool.....................success Boot from CD: press anykey to boot from CD.........

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.

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.