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Mother board reset buttom?

My computer wouldn't turn on so i replaced the PSU, motherboard, RAM, and hard drive.  what is my next step?  and i didn't replace the parts with the same manufacturer.  i started with Emachine and used Biostar replacement parts.

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  • novis Oct 22, 2007

    i tried disconnecting everything and i did not hear any beeps.  and how do i check the compatibility of the motherboard FSB and processor? 



     



    i even took it to a firedog specialist and he wouldn't even touch it!



     



    i think it is time to get a new computer and throw this one out the 3rd floor window! 

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I assume you have the fan of your power supply working indicating that power is OK.

Disconnect everything from the motherboard leaving only the processor, fan and power. If you don't hear any beep means that you have a problem with either the motherboard or the processor.

PS Verify compatibility of motherboard FSB and processor.

Posted on Oct 19, 2007

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    Massimo Ardito Oct 23, 2007

    If this computer was working before and now you don't have any beep means that the motherboard or the processor are bad.



    In the process of replacing parts you should verify the compatibility of your motherboard with the processor and the memory, everything else is not critical.



    To this check you need to know the motherboard type (Usually is written between the PCI connectors) like in this picture  



    then you have to find the manual in internet and you can see the FSB (Front System Bus) speed.



    Same thing with the processor, on top of it there is a number that if you put in Google will give you all the details. Look for FSB and see if it's the same of your motherboard.



    On the same manual of your motherboard you will also find what type of memory you can use.



     



    If you find this procedure too heavy, just send me the numbers of motherboard and processor and i will find the documentation for you. 

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