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The diagram of the MB in the user manual does not show an onboard speaker for the POST beep but that doesn`t mean it doesn`t have one, if it does try removing the Ram and powering up, any beeps.
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Tried that at first, no beeps at all.
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Sorry I cannot suggest anything further other than replacing the CPU, check the present CPU for any bent or missing pins.
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No bent pins sadly. Going to have to find a store that would ship socket a cpu to Lithuania, no shops have old cpus here. Thanks for all the help and quick replies again.

Edited by l3th4l, 15 October 2011 - 11:23 AM.

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http://www.ebay.co.u...3a6ab03d69#shId
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Got some good, bad and even worse news. The bad news is that it was the cpu, the good news is that I got one from a friend, the worst news is that my psu might've fried everything. Old mobo ain't working, old cpu ain't working, psu only works when i push the power cord head to the right. Too afraid to check the gpu, psu might fry it if it's still alive. Gonna get a new power cord from a friend to check if it's an issue, if not i will just get a new psu and update this thread telling if the psu fried everything.
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I am sorry that the update is not better news but thanks for keeping us informed.
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Gpu still alive, but pretty obvious psu problem, pc hangs up after running for random time (5-60 seconds) . Can't imagine hdd causing this trouble because pc hangs up before even booting windows and the only parts I haven't changed are psu(the other psu i have doesn't have sata slot, so can't test it well) and hdd. Weird that I get a quick bsod before the windows screen appears though, hope psu didn't kill hdd as well. Oh well, this is it, hope the thread helps someone.
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Try the other PSU but without connecting the HDD so that you don`t need the SATA connection, the idea is to see if you can get into the BIOS and to see if the PC remains on, if it does consider purchasing a molex to SATA adapter such as
http://www.google.co...ed=0CEcQ8wIwAA#
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Hmm, I found out that the PC didn't boot after I got the new processor because there are too many pins in the case that hold my new matx mobo and they short it out, so I just placed a stick of paper in the back to push the mobo away from the pins (Yes, creative indeed =D). Fixed it, but if PSU wasn't the problem who busted my processor, old mobo and my GPU(overheated after 1~minute after I put it in, the fan was spinning and for some reason there was no thermal paste left on it)?
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You should remove the MB and the additional stand offs then replace the MB or you risk blowing the system.
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My case is not made for m-atx, if I remove additional stand offs then it starts touching the case itself on the bottom thus I can't insert the headphone jack to my sound card and my internet cable, see there's only 2 stand offs holding it on the top and none at the bottom. The paper stick does it's job now, getting new PC within these few days anyway. :)
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I can only advise you as to what is safe and what is not, the final decision however is yours.
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