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cornos

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hello,

i got a WT70-EC with a p4 1.2/3ghz in the board its out of the case atm on cardboard to see if it was the case but still wont boot

its one looooong beep and it keeps going i read the beep code things on the one forum says its the ram........ but i reseated the ram and so forth but still no go
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Your info is a bit vague...... :tazz:

Is this an existing mobo thats just developed this problem, or
A new mobo? Any other new parts?

Is that the correct ram for that mobo.....are you sure?

Sounds like either BAD ram or the Wrong RAM.

Just a thought,
Shadow ;)
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Try one stick of ram at a time. If you have any old ram that would work give that a try.
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Your info is a bit vague...... whistling.gif

Is this an existing mobo thats just developed this problem, or
A new mobo? Any other new parts?

Is that the correct ram for that mobo.....are you sure?

Sounds like either BAD ram or the Wrong RAM.

Just a thought,
Shadow cool.gif

1. new mobo friend gave it to me and he has next to no computer building skills and i have some but not alot no there are no new parts or old it mobo memory and CPU
and the graphics card i stuck in there to see if it worked but i took it out and did the same thing

2. i dont know... the only thing that i see diffrent on the ram label is that one is ECC and the other is non-ECC

3. i couldn't tell you

Edited by cornos, 06 August 2005 - 01:21 PM.

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i dont know... the only thing that i see diffrent on the ram label is that one is ECC and the other is non-ECC


There lies your problem :tazz:
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Thank you for the help i thought it was it easy post for you
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