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Intel® Desktop Board D915GUX

I have just got a Intel® Desktop Board D915GUX mobo and iv hooked every thing up to were they should go iv got the power hooked up right i try to boot up but the bios wont come up wont even come up on the monitor its makeing all the right sounds iv got ddr2 ram in it if the rams not right would that stop it from booting up i dont think its the mobo cos i just got it brand new the cpu is brand new power box is new to im stuck dos any one have a clue whats going on PLZ HELP

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Yes it seems ur RAM are faulty..try to change it...

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