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Could it be the CPU?


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Doby

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I had a quick look at your manual this is a very complicated board and I need to go over it.

I can tell you this the cmos jumper I spoke of must be set to open /normal for the system to boot.

Also check your ram confiuration.

I will reveiw your manual and post back tomarrow there are other things that have to be setup properly for it to boot.

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Alright cool. Any sort of info can help. Thanks.
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Ok after looking over your manual the first thing to try is running only one stick of ram in the ddr1 slot, then make sure there is NO JUMPER on the clear cmos header (yes no jumper is correct I checked) if the computer boots then post back to add more sticks of ram.

If the computer don't boot after trying the above then

Remove everthing but cpu, hsf,ram.
Remove mobo from case and place on a piece of cardboard
Install only cpu with hsf
1 stick of ram in the the ddr1 slot
video card
Psu making sure the 20 and 4 pin connector are attached
Case speaker making sure the + and - are correct
Case switch
Mouse, keyboard, monitor
Verify there is no jumper on the clear cmos pins
Verify the cpu fan is on the correct header on the mobo
Verify the chipset fan is on the correct header on the mobo
Clear the cmos by removing the battery with the computer unpluged from the wall outlet for 5 minutes then replace.

Power on and post back the results

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