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Foxconn MB 66IMXPlus won't boot up

This is a workstation in my office. Computer occassionally stays at the Foxconn screen, won't boot pass it. BIOS could be loaded. Responsive to Ctrl-Alt-Delete. Switched to a different wall outlet location, power bar, different keyboard and mouse, then it booted up to Windows XP. Switched back to old location, boot up was suddenly good. Then next morning (after powering off for 12 hrs), old wall outlet location, boot up was halted at the Foxconn screen again. I was thinking of the following:

1. Unstable power current on the motherboard. The motherboard was only 4 months old. It couldn't be the keyboard or mouse driver since it never boot pass the motherboard screen to Windows XP.

2. RAM starting to act-up. I haven't remove the RAM yet as when I switched wall outlet location, it started to boot to Windows and I couldn't re-create the problem. If there is no problem then there is nothing I could do to test.

3. The power bar is joules protected and is directly plugged into the wall outlet.

4. The workstation was originally placed on the carpet floor and I tried placing a wooden board underneath it to eliminate static.

Is there anyone with any more ideas or have an explanation to this?

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try this first. (If I am understanding you correctly).
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If the above does not address you're problem, please describe the issue/problem again.

If I can help you further, feel free to post.
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