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I'm looking for the Shuttle FA76v1 Motherboard Jumper settings manual. My motherboard powers up, with no display. I have 2 x 1GB Ram sticks but when I have both sticks in at the same time ... I get 2 solid lights (1 red - 1 green) But when I use either stick in the slot closest to the cpu ... I get one solid green. I think its a bad RAM slot but still why cant I get a display or beeps .... ANYTHING >>>> PLEASE HELP

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