Question about Asrock 775VM800 Motherboard
I think this may be your power supply failing. That would be the best place to start. What you could do for debugging purposes is remove all unneccesary components (extra CD drives, extra PCI cards) and test the system then. Also test the RAM to make sure there is not an issue with one of the sticks (although, the computer would most likely beep at you if there was upon power). Also, if you have a backup harddrive, try swapping it with the current one.
I would mostly guess it is the power supply though. If you have a backup or spare computer, try connecting the power supply to that one and see if it boots ok.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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