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No beep please help me about it it has power but no beep i tried to clr cmos but still no beep

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  • davaughe Feb 21, 2009

    i have the same problem, i did however push up the frequebcy to 300 so i dont know if that is a problem, i tried clearing cmos but the system still wont post.

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Ok im currently working on a motherboard right now and change your power supply make sure its 400w or higher

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