My parents were running a terrible stock mobo on a vpr matrix system and it wasn't holding up so I decided to replace it, the video card, and the processor with a Biostar Tforce 6100 mobo, video card GeForce 7600 GT, and processor is an AMD athlon 64 3400+. I know they're all put in right and the plugs are where they should be, I didn't change any jumpers from stock on the mobo.
I turn it on and the 2 LED's that say it has power and that memory voltage is normal come on but the other two don't, which means there's a CPU chipset error according the mobo user guide and won't turn on, the chip went in fine, the heatsink went in fine, I don't know what the error could be, the CPU is brand new and as far as I can see everything is properly done, is there a different jumper configuration for that CPU or is there something I'm not doing right with connections? I figured it's probably a common problem but I don't know what it is. my power supply is 460w, I figured that would be sufficient?
Any help would be appreciated, the only time I've ever dealt with CPU installations before was replacing one in my friends system and it was the same model as the previous one that ceased working, went in without any problem like this at all.