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You really need to connect a speaker. If there are beep codes it'll identify the reponsible component.
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i cant find where to connect the speakers too? theres a red where and black on a four connection block
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how can i go about checking if the processor is not working?
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<_< If you look in your manual there should be a speaker header clearly identified. It's often printed on the mobo as well.
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had a look tried everything cant get it to work, grrr computers. i dont know what else to do???
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how can i go about checking if the processor is not working?

When you get a speaker working you'll hear a series of beeps (i.e. one shrort, two long), you can use this beep code to identify which component is preventing the BIOS to post. This will identify bad RAM, CPU, video, chipset, etc.

P.S. I posted a reply to yor speaker problem above your last post.
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i will try find it then see what happens, im now signing off many thanks for your help its been great, i will post more replies as i go many thanks again
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What's the make and model of your motherboard?
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the mother board is a asrock K7S8X
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Speaker connectors highlighted in yellow.

Speaker wires connect to the outside two jumpers.
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many thanks for that, i have tried it and theres nothing coming out of the speaker if im correct they connect to the far left pin and far right pin the two center pins are free?
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Then my best guess is a bad motherboard. <_<
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ok, many thanks for that, you have been a great help
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quick question if i set the fsb jumpers incorrectly or the power switch wires incorrectly would that have damaged my mother board?
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Nope. <_<
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