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cant get my new PC to start up


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Golden66

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Here are my specs

GA-k8n Ulta 9 Motherboard
AMD 64 3200 939 socket
1 gig of kingmax 3200 DDR RAM
ATI Radoen 700 PCI Express

I seem to have everything connetced fine checked 100 times

I start the PC up the CPU fan runs fine no signal on screen the light runs but nothing comes up

there are no beeps

if there are no beeps is this a motherboard or CPU related problem?? I have no other mobo to test thease parts on
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what actually makes the beeps mobo or CPU?? i ask coz I'm trying to cut down on what the problem is if tis CPU or mobo
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do you have another video card to test on this computer? have you tried with different memory as well?
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do you have another video card to test on this computer? have you tried with different memory as well?

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unfortunately no other video card my firs PCI E card

Ive tryed this memory on another board and seems to work fine
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Try this it should explain some things but soxrok maybe right and before tearing the system down you should try another video card even if you have to barrow one or even if its just a pci video card.

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