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Computer Will Not Boot

It appears that the hard drives are not getting power. All that will happen when I power up is all the fans run and the monitor blinks from analog to digital for a few seconds and the the monitor's on/off begins to blink.

I have a new power supply & new motherboard installed.

I tested the following in my other computer:

RAM = Good
Pentium 4 Processor = Good
Video Card = Good
Hard Drive = Good
Monitor = Good

My old motherboard was doing the same thing. It was an ASUS P4P800.

The new motherboard is an Intel P4 Socket 478 with Sound & Lan AGP USB 2.0 Micro ATX Hyper X. It has the Intel 865G chip set, but I don't know the number.

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It sounds like it could be your processor, how did you test your processor to make sure it worked correctly? Also how manny stick off RAM do you have and the total amount in MB or Gigs.

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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