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If its not plugged in it could be your battery needs to be charged or replaced if it is plugged in you may need to replace you power cord/charger
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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Disconnect all the disks and CD, remove memory and everything else including all the added card (Video, network,etc..).
Power up with processor only and if you don't hear any beep you have a bad motherboard or processor.
If you have any beep power off and add the memory and try again. Keep adding one component at the time until you discover wich one is creating an issue.
PS Did you verify compatibility between motherboard and processor?
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