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ASUS M2N68 Not Booting Up

I Got This Motherboard Installed Somewhat Around January And Dual Boot Windows 7 BETA And Linux Mint 5 Fluxbox.
Computer Was Fine Until Started Running Really Slow On 4GB RAM (I Only Gave Virtual PC 300MB RAM) So I Decided To Reboot (Just Did A Hard Drive Defrag) So When I Rebooted It Just Came Up With A Pink Grid And A Cursor Didn't Even RAM Count. So I Gave It A Rest.
Tryed Again. This Time It Didn't Display Anything And Still No RAM Count.
Let It Over Night Unplugged.
Next Morning Still Blank Screen.
Please Help!!!

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  • Maega Apr 04, 2009

    Dear tbirdfan1,

    I Don't Currently Have My Motherboard At My Place.

    But When I Do.

    Il'l Give You a Buzz.

  • Maega Apr 30, 2009

    YES!!!
    Thank You!!!

    Definite FixYa!!!


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Hi there
hey first try to power down the pc and remove the cover than remove the battery and then unplug the cord from the powersuppluy to the mother board than press the computers reset switch and than the on button than wqait 3 miinutes and replace the battery and plug in the powercord for the motherboard now try to reboot and see if you get anything you will have to reset the time and date ok please let me know how this goes for you, there is still more we can do if needed
best regards mike

Posted on Mar 01, 2009

  • Michael Thomas
    Michael Thomas Mar 05, 2009

    hi there

    are u still having any problems

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