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I had this same issue late last year. Ended up replacing the mother board and system has been up and running ever since. I tried all the other ideas posted but none corrected the problem until I put in the new mother board.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
This problem i have seen mostly with the d845gvad2 (series) motherboard. i myself is using it and it often happens. unplug the power supply connector from the SMPS and plug it again tightly, also press the RAM tightly, the RAM Sloth may be loose. Keep in mind, do it with the main power supply unplugged....
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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