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Try to remove all the pci card including you display card and chk if it gives any beeps remove memory and chk if it gives you memory beep three long beeps if it does not then remove all the IDE or SATA cables and try to boot i doubt the problem will be with Mobo or power supply
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
Your cpu is probably overheating
turn off the power and unplug the computer and all periferals.
it may be dirty or the cpu fan may be going out. open the case, clean the fan with a can of air and cotton swabs. do not allow the fan blades to rotate freely when blowing them with air by holding them in place (or the bearing may go bad). you may also want to blow out the rest of the case as well and remove each card to clean them with swabs and air.
it will be slow work, but it can save you wear and tear on the entire system by doing so.
put everything back together and try everything to see that they work properly. if the problem persists, you may need to replace the cpu fan or risk damage to the processor.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hi, from your description it appears your power supply is ok.
Remove your RAM chips, clean everything with a soft brush or a can of compressede air [from computer store] Reinstall the RAM making sure it is seated firmly.
If this does not solve the problem, Are you using 1 or 2 RAM sticks? if 2 then remove them again and swap them around.
stick one in dimm2 and stick 2 in dimm 1.
If you only have one stick then beg or borrow another stick and try it. If all fails you may have developed a mobo problem.
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