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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.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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