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Re bios booting problem

Thanks ebay312 for your reply. its true. even me im not convince that its a mother board since i got some display in my monitor even a few seconds only. yes the system is shutdown while checking the memory test and sometimes it wont reach in memory test & its shutting down. its runs only around 5 to 10 seconds. the ram i have was also check from other pc as well as my cpu and its works. the confusion for me is that the mother board of my friend is not the same which i have
4 pcs of cpu i already installed one at the time in my board but they have the same symptoms. its really amazing this kind of problem my ram is 256mb at 266 bus speed. is it compatible for my board ? do u have idea how you can reload the software of my bios. Is there any pins do i need to short in order to prevent the open case sensor in the mother board. i hope that you will give me more help regrading about my problem. swordfish

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    Art Ellison May 11, 2010

    You've started a new question--since I didn't see the first one, you'll have to help me out here.
    If I understand you, your computer will not start completely?
    Sounds like it is shutting down during the memory test. Is this true?
    How about telling me the brand and model of your motherboard?


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