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My computer wont start, no setup, no bios, nothing...

Im building a computer using a machspeed ms945g and a intel core 2 duo, i put everything together and at the moment of fire it up i only get the processor fan on and the hard drive licks in also, but in my screen it appears as if was not conected, try my monitor in another computer and works fine, i isolated my mobo but i get the same result, i cleared the cmos moving the pin but it seems not to work, can somebody helpe me out please?

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  • Francisco Vivas Oct 21, 2008

    thanks for the solution, i tried that, but it's the same result, there is nothing... may need new chip? or perhaps mobo or processor?



    any sugestions are welcome...



    thanks

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This is only a stab in the dark but are all your M/board fixing connected correctly
Hard drive etc.
One other way is to disconnect everything from M/board except for Video and memory and try to boot up if it does then connect hard drive etc one at a time rebooting each time until it will not boot that is the wrongly connected one

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