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No Beeps, Post, Nothing.

I installed my Biostar N68S3+ Motherboard to my new tower with all the components the same way as they were before in my old tower. I'm not sure about the preliminary (cables that came inside of the tower when I bought) being installed, or where the speaker connector goes on the motherboard, but I get no beeps, no posts on my monitor, everything powers up but I get no posts or image views on my monitors. They don't even pick up a signal.

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Make sure the p4 power connector is plugged in. (4 wire yellow and black wires) plugs in near cpu. Remove and reinsert memory modules. That is were I would start.

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I have the same problem, the CPU fan spins, keyboard lights blink, no start up screen, or bios.
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