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state32

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Hi

Just finished putting together my first home build for a friend.

It seems to work ok but I get the an error message on boot up -> "Hardware Monitor found an error. Enter Power set-up menu for details" (which can be seen here: http://www.3rotorfd.com/title.htm)... If I took pics of the inside is there likely to be any thing obvious I havenít done/plugged in that may result in this error message occurring perhaps?!

As I said this is my first attempt at building so the possibilities as to why this is happening are probably endless. All devices are ok when I look at them from windows. I literally bolted it together and turned it on so any pointers would be good!

I havenít bothered plugging the 2 front of case mounted USB ports or the audio/mic wires, presumed this wouldnít make any diff...

Lost and a bit scared,
Rich

Spec:

Speeze 5F273B1L3 Raptorcool AMD CPU Cooler Xp3200+
Sony 52x32x52x16 IDE Drive
Seagate Barracuda 80Gb 7200rpm UDMA100 Hard Drive
Mercedes Style PC-179 ATX Tower Case 350w PSU
Crucial 512 DDR333 PC2700 DIMM
Microsoft XP Home With Service Pack 1A OEM
AMD ATHLON XP2800+ 333MHZ FSB 512Cache L2 Cache CPU Barton
Asus A7V600-X VIA KT600 Duron/XP 8x AGP SATA, LAN, sound, USB2 ATA133 (DDR400) Retail Box
Radeon 9200SE 128MB DDR TV-Out 8xAGP
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There's other possibilities, but lets start here. Have you tried clearing the CMOS/BIOS. Look in your manual for the jumper to clear, or disconnect the power and remove the battery for at least five minutes.
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