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well i tried the cpu video card and ram in bootable computer and it booted with each piece. so i put all the components back into my computer and reset the cmos......the computer booted all the way to my destop then froze and restarted when it restarted it booted to the press del screen then went right into the bios and gave me a message that read,

'message confirmation'
the sytem intruded, chassis openend or tempered before, please check the system....then you can select ok

so i hit ok and i was in the bios, so i reset the settings to default saved and exited booted again to the same message. i've never gotten a message like this so i have no idea what it means does this still mean its the mobo?
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go back to post # 7...do what I asked there...
be sure to set the boot order in the bios to floppy first...cd drive second...hard drive 3rd

as for this...

the sytem intruded, chassis openend or tempered before, please check the system

check the mobo manual...
Disconnect the chassis intrusion switch cable
To reset the chassis intrusion detector, enter System Setup (bios)during the system's POST. In the Chassis Intrusion option, press the left- or right-arrow key to select Reset, and then choose Disabled
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well i reset the intrusion thing apparently the jumper was in the wrong spot which i found weird cause i never touched it but anyway i reset that ran the memory test memory past the test no errors computer booted and is working fine so i guess all i had to do was take everything out and put it back in lol i have no idea but it is working now.
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