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I am new in computers and I want to build my own..., I bought all the parts .. I put them together and O don't knot what to do next.. I check all the bios and put exactly what the manual as is the mother board I bought is AP45TUD3P The CPU is Intel Quad 2 (64 -bit Please answer to

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    Mike Petrowsky May 11, 2010

    need the make and model of the motherboard.


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There is not enough information here to help you. Can you be more descriptive of what you are or not seeing? some information about what hardware you have and how you have it configured would also assist in giving you a better answer. If you do not have enough experience to know hat you have done wrong you may need a pseudo-expert to help you.

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