Question about ASUS P4P800 SE (890552603657) Motherboard
Have you checked the ram?
Take out the Ram, if you have more than one stick, then replace them one at a time and power up with on first if it works then add the other one. If it doesn't work, remove the first stick and replace it with the other one and power on again.
This could be caused by bad or dirty ram. (while the sticks are out clean the, with a soft dry paint brush and the slot that they fit into, and when you replace them, make sure that they are replaced gently bur firmly and click back into place)
I hope this helps
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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If, when you first turn on the power, you hear the hard drive spinning or possibly a beep, see any of the other lights briefly flash, or passably hear the fan start then the likely cause is the video.
If it's not your monitor it could be your video card.
a) TURN OFF THE SWITCH AND REMOVE THE POWER CORD (either from the computer or the wall).
b) Open the case and reseat the card. That means that you will have to remove the video cable, remove the screw that holds the card in place. Pull up "gently but firmly"
c) Once the card comes out carefully reinstall the card into the same slot. Use your eyes to be sure it's lined up squarely and push it in. It should be clear to you when it's seated. It might take slight wiggle to get it in, this is normal.
d) Put the securing screw back in, close the case up and reconnect all cables and the power.
If on the other hand when you turn on the power switch you don't hear any or see any other lights. The first suspect would be the Power Supply. Replacing a power supply is easy enough on most machines, The problem is that getting the correct Power Supply can be tricky. There are a few types and some manufactures have made it so that only that manufacture
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