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Computer wont boot

Ok i just put my old intel board in a new case and i hooked it up the same but when i boot it up it shows the ''intel desktop boards'' screen
then my monitor shows ''no input'' and then repeats
whats wrong with my computer

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Possible reasons:
1) short circuit between board and case. Check fastening and screws.
2) Poor contact to RAM and video card. Clean the pins by alcogol.

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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