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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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My computer keeps shutting down after a few minutes. I have replaced the powersupply as well as the cpu fan. I am being told now that it is the system/motherboard. Is that an accurate answer?


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The heat sink may be clogged with dust, which causes the CPU to overheat byreducing air circulation through the heat sink.When you replaced the CPU fan, did you put new thermal heatsink paste on the CPU/heatsink? If not then the CPU can overhest. Your computer fanmay be faulty and not spinning freely, in this case replace the fan.
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It shows on startup ''a new cpu is inserted in your system'' with asus m2n68-am plus. its brand new.


You might have a combination of several small problems. I would like to know whick processor you have installed. But Here is how to get started:

1) Open the case (after unplugging the PSU, not just turning it off). Use a wrist grounding strap or touch the bare metal on the case frequently.

2) Pull the jumper off the 1st two pins of the RTC. Place them on the 2nd two pins for about 10 seconds. Pull them back off and place them back on the 1st two.

Plug the PSU back up and turn on the computer, pressing delete button when the fans come on.

3) This will enter the set up. Check to see if the correct CPU information is listed now. If not, the bios is not old enought to recognize the CPU.

4) activate Asus Update. Go to the site and update your bios from the site. You will have to clear the bios again after the new bios is updated.

5) at that time the motherboard's bios should recognize the CPU. This happens frequently with Asus boards particularly where you have an AM2 board or AM2+ and you are installing a Phenom AMD PCU.

Let me know how this works. There are other things we can do. This is the only thing about Asus boards I dislike.

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Let's narrow the problem down a bit. The biggest clue will be "where" it hangs in the boot process.

1) During (or before) the POST (power on self test).
This would signify that you have a hardware issue. Often, the system will beep at you, and you can decipher those beeps to figure out the problem. Some things that will cause a freeze here are your video card, RAM, the CPU, or even a fan (especially the CPU fan).

a) Video - if you are seeing anything on your monitor, it probably isn't video. If not, replace the video card (if using the onboard video, add an outboard card. If using an outboard card already, then swap it out with another one, boot, and see what happens.

b) RAM - swapping out chips is the only way to test it, unfortunately.

c) CPU Fan - Eyeball it and see if it is spinning. A fan failure will instigate an immediate shutdown, to prevent the CPU from burning up.

d) CPU - Another tough one. The only real solution is to replace it with another one, and see if the system boots.

If it seems to be none of the above, it may be the motherboard itself that has an issue. Once you try all of the above, you can be more certain that it is indeed a bad board.

2) During Windows startup.
This would mean you have a Windows problem. Often, a new driver or some new piece of software can alter things enough to cause a hang. Attempt a boot in safe mode (which loads only default drivers), or even restore the OS to an earlier point. If you get a BSOD (blue screen of death), you'll want to look for the error code on the page, as it will at least give you a clue as to where the problem is. Another option is to boot from the Win Install CD, and effect a Windows repair. This will fix an awful lot of problems.

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Do you still have your manual? If not download it from Gigabyte at this link:http://www.giga-byte.com/Products/Motherboard/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=2637
Enter your bios & open manual to page 51, "PC Health Status". Here you can monitor the CPU temp, system temp & CPU fan speed. Notice the manual shows the example of system temp to be 30degs C & current CPU Temperature is at 47degs C. One would think these temps are reasonable. My CPU fan runs between 3308Rpm & 3341Rpm. CPU @ 41deg C & MB @ 31deg C. AMD 64 X2 Dual Core 4200+ 2.21 GHz.
Suggest you try this. If your running Win XP. Open system properties. Click the Advanced tab. Click the settings button under
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