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I have a pentuim 3 board

Problem is screen does not turn on at boot up,clicks off .jumper settings my be falty monitor is good video card is good .dont think hard drive is booting up need help

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  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2008

    does not beep,the cpu is a slot 1 type. it seems to be seated good,fans on power&cpu work dvd rom has power and cdrom does to.dont think hard drive is being powerd up monetor clickes off after a few seconds of powering up tower

  • Mark Robinson May 11, 2010

    ok sounds like the bios is not working.....unplug the machine...locate the jumper for CMOS and move the jumper to reset it...then move the jumper back....it should be in the manual....once you've cleared the cmos reboot the machine....to test whether the bios is working you should remove the ram and on power up you should get some beeps....if this happens re insert the ram and boot normally....let me know......

  • Mark Robinson May 11, 2010

    is the machine going through bios stage.....take the RAM out turn on PC if bios is working you should hear some beeps....let me know what happens

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Try cleaning the gold tipped edges of the processor with alcohol wipes and slot(with a brush) see if that help`s

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If you get a beep when you turn on the computer that means its working, multiple beeps indicate an error, no beeps at all mean that the processor is not initiliazing..

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if you cant locate the jumper or yours is different what we are trying to achieve here is clearing the cmos. this can be done using the jumper or

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