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08-15-2018, 10:57 AM
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Motherboard: ASRock 775 Dual-VSTA
CPU: Intel Core 2 Extreme x6800 2.93GHz
GPU: ATI All in Wonder 9200 AGP
RAM:2GB G.Skill DDR2 800MHz
OS Drive: WD Blue 500GB 7200 RPM HDD
Storage Drive: WD Blue 1TB 720 RPM HDD
Sound Card: Turtle Beach Santa Cruz
PSU: EVGA 650 BQ 80+

After moving my rig from the ground to a table it wouldn't boot. I went through the usual troubleshooting and after having little luck I decided to take the whole thing apart and put it back together again. I thought everything was going well after the rebuilt as the computer was booting into Windows XP. However it quickly became clear that all of the back panel USB and PS/2 port no longer work. Both types of keyboard aren't working in BIOS either. I've tried reseating the RAM, replacing the CMOS battery, cycling the power, connecting the front panel USB ports to both available pins on the motherboard, but nothing seems to be working. I've found a few forum posts across the web that suggest installing a PCI USB card could solve the problem, but I'm not sure this will work if I don't have a way to install drivers.

Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Build:
Motherboard: ASRock 775 Dual-VSTA
CPU: Intel Core 2 Extreme x6800 2.93GHz
GPU: ATI All in Wonder 9200 AGP
RAM:2GB G.Skill DDR2 800MHz
OS Drive: WD Blue 500GB 7200 RPM HDD
Storage Drive: WD Blue 1TB 720 RPM HDD
Sound Card: Turtle Beach Santa Cruz
PSU: EVGA 650 BQ 80+
Nice capture system specs.

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After moving my rig from the ground to a table it wouldn't boot. I went through the usual troubleshooting and after having little luck I decided to take the whole thing apart and put it back together again. I thought everything was going well after the rebuilt as the computer was booting into Windows XP. However it quickly became clear that all of the back panel USB and PS/2 port no longer work. Both types of keyboard aren't working in BIOS either. I've tried reseating the RAM, replacing the CMOS battery, cycling the power, connecting the front panel USB ports to both available pins on the motherboard, but nothing seems to be working. I've found a few forum posts across the web that suggest installing a PCI USB card could solve the problem, but I'm not sure this will work if I don't have a way to install drivers.
Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated.
It's probably the power supply. I've seen weird stuff like that. It doesn't feed enough power (reason ports quit working), yet enough to half function. Remember, all ports have power. Not enough power, no ports.

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Hi LS

Earlier today I tried booting up the capture PC with another PSU I had lying around. Unfortunately I wasn't able to get back panel USB or PS/2 ports working.

Right now I feel like I have 3 reasonable options and 1 complicated option.

Reasonable options:

1) Buy another motherboard that supports the LGA 775 socket and AGP GPUs
2) Buy a PCI USB card and try using that with my current motherboard
3) Dig up an old Dell Dimensions Desktop that supports AGP and upgrade it with a faster CPU and HDDs

Complicated option:

1) Attempt to find and replace possibly defective capacitors on my current motherboard

Out of these options which would you choose?

Update:

I've decided to replace the motherboard. After doing some research I found a forum post on vogons.org that had a detailed list of LGA 775 compatible motherboards that also have an AGP slot. One motherboard on the list, the ASRock 775i65G R3.0, is compatible with both Pentium 4 and Core 2 Duo/Extreme CPUs, and is still being sold brand new by a few retailers online! This motherboard will be the perfect replacement for my failing second-hand ASRock 775Dual-VSTA. I felt this discovery was important to share because it could be of great help to someone planning a PC build for analog video capture.

Link to forum post below:

https://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php...lit=socket+478
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08-24-2018, 02:32 PM
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wouldn't buying a PCI card for $15 be more cost prohibitive?
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08-24-2018, 07:13 PM
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Who would want to trade a cheap PCI card for an AGP All In Wonder 9200?
I certainly wouldn't.
Are you saying you would?
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08-25-2018, 02:40 PM
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Who would want to trade a cheap PCI card for an AGP All In Wonder 9200?
I certainly wouldn't.
Are you saying you would?
Can't you add this to an additional PCI slot on the motherboard? I added a PCI to SATA adapter card because the SATA ports on my capture PC motherboard wouldn't read any additional hard drives, I added the PCI card an viola! I have to imagine the same could be done with a PCI card with USB slots
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wouldn't buying a PCI card for $15 be more cost prohibitive?
I thought it over and a PCI USB card might be a quick fix, but a bad motherboard will only get worse over time. The replacement motherboard I ordered is brand new and will be under warranty so I decided that's the better long term solution.
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The only way I'd trade an AGP AIW is if I had an AIW 7500 VE 64mb PCI card. Even then, no. Although not a huge difference (5%), the AIW 9000s use Theatre 200, while PCI uses Theatre 100/Rage. Given the choice, I'll take the 5% improvement for MPEG. AVI unaffected.

If he did anything, and is fine with AVI only, there are USB options.

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9/15/2018 Update:

I believe I've identified why my PS/2 and USB ports stopped working. There are three pins in the top left corner of the ASRock 775DUAL-VSTA directly above the CPU power input. During the course of removing and re-installing my components I must have slid a 2 pin header out of place. This header specifically regulates power to all of the USB and PS/2 ports on the motherboard. I've attached images of the pins and the header to this post.

Going forward I will still be using the new ASRock 775i65G R3.0.


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That ASRock 775DUAL-VSTA is such a nice board.
I have the next revisions, the 4CoreDual-SATA2, and keep a spare as well.

Let me know how that 775i65G acts for you after a good bit of capturing. Especially interested in the SATA performance.

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That jumper is to allow PS/2 or USB keyboards/mice to wake the machine from sleep. Specifically, it forces the 5v power lines to remain active when the machine is in sleep mode or powered off.

the 775i65G uses the tried and true Intel 865G chipset with the ICH5 southbridge powering the SATA ports. Speed should be the same as older Socket 478 boards.
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