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D845GRG motherboard I have a D845GRG motherboard that I just purchased from Ebay. The board will do nothing wil not power up/no fans/no beepcodes. If I jump the green and black wires on pwr supply cpu fan spins and green led on mb, but no beep codes. The MB is not like the GRG manual. There is no AGP slot. and front panel header panel has 16 pins,10 & 14 empty. I think this was a pull from a Gateway Emachine. The seller say's it was from a working system. I assume it is a modified board for Gateway, so does that mean I need a Gateway case to bring up this board?

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Depending on your processor type and speed as well as ram, to save you a headache go to http://pricewatch.com and order a new motherboard with warranty, cd and manual.

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