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Hi, Im wanting to put another motherboard in my system, it is a Soltek SL-75DRV5-C, i currently have an Abit KT7A Raid...

I tried installing it the other day, i doublecheckd all the connections and the computer wouldnt turn on, not the fan.... nothing...

ther is what i believe is a Power LED on the board, when i connected the PSU to it... It didnt light up when the power was on?? im thinking that it should do?? and would lyk to know if it is a dead board if the Power LED is not lightting up signaling power running through?

and tried puting the original board in and now it wont work either :/ getting a long beep sequence, if u listen carefully it sounds like 4 long beeps, ive tried the memory, the IDE connections, used systematic approach with most hardware on the board and nothing... does this mean that the original board is damged now to?
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I think this troubleshooting tree will help you: http://www.fonerbooks.com/power.htm.

Also you can check to see what that beep sequence is by downloading the manual for your Abit board here: http://www.abit-usa....l...=1&model=89.

I tried to download it via http myself but the download quit at 60%.

Edited by Titan8990, 09 May 2007 - 02:05 PM.

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