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Post shows cpu initiation but stays there

Post shows cpu initiation only
no monitor,keyboard
new DDR2, new CPU, new graphics card
600 watt power supply
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So you mean there is a beep when its starts? How do you know there is no keyboard?

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Hi, the download site for your mainboard is here:

http://www.foxconnchannel.com/product/motherboards/detail_spec.aspx?ID=en-us0000491

I would say 400 watts.
It depends how big your cpu is. 400 watts is ok
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If you planning to add a bigger cpu or a graphic card
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ALL I GET IS A CONSTANT BEEP ON START UP. NO MESSAGES JUST FAST BEEP


It is common for most motherboards to beep to let you know
that something is not right: for example, missing/incompatible
RAM modules (or RAM modules not properly installed) or
missing Graphic Card or CPU improperly installed or overheating
beyond specs...If it's a new motherboard, lay it out outside the
case, installed with the minimum one RAM module, a Graphic Card
(if no built-in Video), the keyboard and mouse. Plug in the power
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My power supply died (popped), so I replaced it (Antec SL350 with an Antec SL350S). However, when I turned on the switch on the back of the power supply, the motherboard powered up immediately (tower...


If you "popped" the power supply, I would check to see if the RAM might have taken a hit as well. Ram chips and CPU are sensitive when it comes to power surges. I would troubleshoot the system, unplug everything. you need monitor, power, cpu, and ram (1 at a time). Check to see if the system will POST. if you do get it to POST, start with 1 item at a time and see if the system will POST every time. If nothing happens, there is a chance you may have a damaged motherboard or cpu.

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the needed wattage is directly linked to the componets you want to use other then the mobo itself. the main power surges are the CPU (takes 40 to 110 Watts) a graphics card (from 5 to over 150 Watts) the Drives (about 25-30 Watts eachs), the RAM and all the other addons and gadgets you build into your PC. Just add the different Wattages together and give it quiet some headroom. I usually drive this kinds of mobos with 400-550 Watts PSU to be on the save side, if i use a more or less "standard" graphics card, and even more with high sophistcated cards or lots of drives or such.

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hi i also have a crosshair mobo and it will not post or start up if the internal blue led's are on switch them off on the back and i'm sure it will start

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no beeps, indicates you have faulty CPU or mainboard.
  • remove all components even RAM and CPU.
  • insert only CPU and Speaker (without RAM or any other componet).
  • Boot and try to hear, there must be long beep for missing RAM, if not then try to re-insert the CPU or change the CPU/Mainboard.

Thanks and Good Luck
Iqbal

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No display on monitor


Can be a problem with any of the components.

Do the power supply, cpu fan and disks start to spin after power up?

Does the PC speaker sounds a sequence of beeps? Can you identify a pattern, like 3 short beeps indicates a memory problem.

Keep posting so we can zoom in on the problem.

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