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I get a Post audio message on boot up/but no bootup

I posted a problem on jan 5th and tried everything I was told to.., nothing worked. PROLEM IS: Asus p4p800 E deluxe 3.2 GHZ CPU 1 Gb Ram. Get an audio message on startup(CPU Impass). I shut down & restart and get another mess CPU failure, and sometimes system fail due to overclocking. I have NOT overclocked the system I have not done anything to the sytem in 3 yrs! I tried reseting the CMOS, Cleaning the Ram contacts, different PS, I'm stumped & about to throw this machine out the window. Can anyone HELP ME? My only other guess would be that the Mobo is dead. What do you think?

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I have just thrown out 3 ASUS boards for various problems. they seem to last approx 18months before they die.
video output goes wrong, cpu socket errors, all sorts of problems and a rubbish tech support at ASUS does not help.

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