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Alienware Desktop will not boot

I have a Alienware desktop that will not boot, I have no video displayed. I have replaced the motherboard and I am having the same issue. My motherboard is a Intel D945gnt. When I boot the pc I dont have any error on the display or beeping errors. I have attempted to disconnect my hard drive and dvd rom and only left one stick of memory installed to troubleshoot this issue. But still have not figured this out ?

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  • anxioussky Feb 11, 2009

    Thanks for your help. Power supply set to 115v , P4 connector & main connector are both connected to motherboard.

  • Anonymous Feb 11, 2009

    When I remove the Ram I get (3) long beeps but still no display. Please provide me with some general troubleshooting steps, I am at a lost. What else could cause my system not to boot to post ? Intel has already replaced the motherboard for me.

  • anxioussky Feb 11, 2009

    I have tested with (2) different monitors and have also attempted to use a pci video card , but still I have no display. Keep in mind this is a new motherboard from intel. I have no error beeps ! What could be causing this ? I have disconnected all other device from pc and now I just have one stick on ram connected to motheboard (dvd rom and hd are disconnected) Thanks for you help again.

  • anxioussky Feb 12, 2009

    Read above please .... I have tested with (2) vga cables and monitors

  • mdsavio Feb 26, 2009

    I have the same problem... i do everithing you said but don't boot... for me its death.

  • Ben Wabnick
    Ben Wabnick May 11, 2010

    Try a different CPU and make sure the pins aren't bent on your CPU that your using now.

  • Ben Wabnick
    Ben Wabnick May 11, 2010

    Does your power supply have the p4 connector on it plus the main connector that goes to the motherboard? If so maybe try connecting both the main connector and the P4 connector to the motherboard and make sure the power supply is set to 115v and NOT 230V

  • Mandeep  Singh
    Mandeep Singh May 11, 2010

    Have you checked , by connecting another display to the system .





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Try removing the RAM as well and see if it beeps...

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  • hornbillexp
    hornbillexp Feb 12, 2009

    When you power on the system without a RAM it should give long and continous beep, in that case your motherboard is most probably ok. Try using another RAM. It should work if everything else is fine with the motherboard.



    Good luck!

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