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Ok if you replaced the RAM and HD may i suggest removing the HD and turning it on, If it still does the same thing then try my test below. If it seems to correct the problem then either your HD is broken (Even new ones can be bad) or you installed it wrong, Try reviewing the HD's jumper settings or if its SATA it can be a power problem
If you have 2 sticks of ram, Remove both and seat in just 1 stick, Remove any CDRom drives and HD's, Plug in the screen and turn it on.
If its still not working then you may have to test it with different ram, How ever its a 50/50 chance that your motherboard has gone **** up.
One thing ... Does it beep when you turn it on?
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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