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It does'nt boot up

I upgrade my mobo to (Iwill xp333-R).It does'nt boot up, I check all the setting according to user's manual and use
2 x 256 DDR (512 mig ram) the CPU 1.4 gig HZ. AMD.
Your help is greatly appreciated. Than you.

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  • mongky Sep 04, 2008

    I'm sorry didn't mention that I just change the mobo from K7S5A to Iwill xp333-R. But didn't upgrade the bios yet. Thank you.

  • mongky Sep 05, 2008

    It dosen't pass the boot screen. I don't even hear any beep sound and the screen is peach black. But the CPU fan is running. I try to put 1gig DDR memory ram PC2100 still the same thing. What could be the culprit of this black screen? This is the last question I ask. Your time is greatly appreciated Thank you.



    If I can't fix this motherboard (Iwill xp333-R). I"ll just go back to my K7S5A.

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    is that upgrade a bios upgrade ?



    Robert

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Don't upgrade the bios unless it is necessary. as you have just installed that board... recheck all the connections to the board. when you say it doesn't boot up... do you mean the computer doesn't power up or it does not get past the boot screen... if it does get to the boot screen what error do you get after that ?

Robert

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith Sep 05, 2008

    When you swapped motherboards over, i presume you used the same hard drive and other parts. did you reinstall an operating system ?

    Sometimes you can get lucky and after swapping boards it will boot up, but not that often



    Robert

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