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Hi, I ve just put a desk top computer together and nothing is happening i get no sound out ie no beeps and the screen is not coming on. the manual refers to jumper cable i can not locate them. The motherboard is ASUS P5Q Premium. thanks amjad

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DEAR,

1.CHECK POWER SUPPLY(VOLTAGE)(+12,+5) COMING OR NOT COMING.

2. YOUR RAM (GIVEN DISPLAY OR NOT)CHECK WITH ANOTHER COMPUTER.

3.CHECK YOUR MOTHERBOARD,PROCESSOR GIVEN DISPLAY OR NOT(ALTERNET CHECK MOTHERBOARD OR PROCESSOR WITH ANOTHER COMPUTER)

CAUTION:---1.WHEN THIS TYPE OF CHECKING OF HARDWARE KINDLY REMOVE YOUR HARD DISK DRIVE POWER CABLE FOR.
2. ELECTRIC EARTHING IS PROPERLY REQUIRED.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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