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Hello here is some info about the mainboard:
More info and drivers visit the MSI homepage.
The fault could be the ram module ( wrong mhz size )
The ram module must be DDR ram, other type of ram will not fit the mainboard.
The mainboard does not support more than 2gb of ram, if more insertet the mainboard will not boot up ( no display ) and maybe a beep code will come when you try to boot.
The fault could also be the power supply, or a intenal fault on the mainboard, maybe bad capacitors or the graphic chip is burned.
Try to boot with only one ram module, and try also with another power supply you know is working.
Try also to reset the bios by removing the cmos battery for like 10 min.
The power cord must be disconnected when you do this.
Also try with a intenal AGP graphic card.
Hope you get it running
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