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Try re-setting the ram and/or try different ram. Also make sure you have all the motherboard power wires connected, 20/24 pin main motherboard power, and the 4 pin cpu power (usually only if you have an Intel cpu). If that doesn't solve it, try another known working/new power supply.
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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