Question about Intel PENTIUM-4 865GV CHIP MOTHER BOARD (MBP4I65GV) Motherboard

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Motherboard dont do any thing

Motherboard get power but do not display anything and do not chik on the ram

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  • sherif khedr Feb 25, 2009

    NO SIR

    JUST THE PROCESSIR FAN WORK BUT THE MOTHERBOARD DO NOT CHICK ON RAM AND DO NOT MAKE ANY BEEB

    THANX

  • sherif khedr Feb 25, 2009

    my cpu is working
    my video output and the ram are working

  • bsevinc May 11, 2010

    Did you upgrade your RAM lately. Does it beep when it boots, or does it boot at all?

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Is your cpu working?
is the video output working?
is the ram working?
have you tried any of the components on another system?
you could have many problems with this board.

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