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New system does not start

After asembling the system does not start
CPU fan and case fan start and keep turning but system does not startup
already replaced memory, cpu an psu with no effect

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  • eagleeye1 Nov 30, 2008

    Once built with new components the system emits a constant beeping when powered on and will not start the post.

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You'll have to enter the BIOS, with whatever key or key combination and change to boot from cd. Usually ( Delete ) Key..Put your install disk in and reinstall the system. The (MBR) Master Boot Record and system drivers are for your old motherboard and hardware. It requires a fresh install to load the proper motherboard drivers and what not. Use a different hard drive if you need to recover old saved files from your old drive. Hope this helps....
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The 4 pin power plug provides +12 volts DC to the processor. When you disconnected it, the processor essentially could not run at all and the system is no longer capable of detecting the CPU failure and shutting down the power supply.

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