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The computer fails to start

When I start feeding the motherboard starts the CPU fan turns hard disks and players running for 20 seconds then there is a short beep and the power to the motherboard stops before the post during that time was nothing on the screen

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I have a problem on my motherboard that when i start cpu fan on hdd on but there is no dis play or any beep which tell that it star so it is the problem no dispay

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Try replace psu or ram

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I bought the same motherboard this past year (used) and installed it with AMD Athlon 64 fx-57, Antec P180 case, 550 w power supply. I had the case cover off to check the fans when I first fired it up. The AMD oem cpu fan hesitated at power on for a few seconds, which worried me. It started spinning normally and I then shut the system down and waited a few minutes before restarting it. It spinned up fine so I put the cover back on. I started getting the same error you mentioned, so I updated the BIOS to 1013 version. That didn't solve the problem. I ended up disabling the warning in the BIOS as I got tired of seeing it, as I could see the fans were all spinning and the CPU temperature was at about 26 to 34 on cold boot.

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