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Follow the manual that came with the mother board. If you don't have t one go to the website of the companyt that made the mother board(or computer) If you cannot find it, tell us the make and model and we wil try to find it for you.  

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There can be several causes for your problem.
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If you have the manual for your Motherboard it will be useful for reference purposes, otherwise you can find it at intels website with the following link.

http://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/dx38bt/sb/d9774201_en.pdf

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When installing the motherboard there should have been some standoffs you needed to install, more than likely at least nine of them. if any or all of them had a metallic ring around the screw hole then they are important that you have a standoff under it and that it is secured with an electrically conductive screw(Any that came with your case that thread into the standoff should be good).

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