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Motherboard not comming up

The mothr board is not comming up.

If i remove the ram, it gives a ram beep. nothing more than that.

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You may have low CMOS Battery or maybe your memory is damage..try replacing the memory.

Posted on Feb 05, 2008

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you should remove everything else HD doesnt need to be attached to post. retry the boot. if no post try to force a beep code by removing the ram. if it beeps its video if it doesnt its mobo.

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Power problem i think


If there is no beep, even after removing RAM means you have faulty Motherboard and/or faulty Processor.

Try to reconnect CUP also clean the CPU socket on board and try to test without RAM, if you got long beep (RAM missing) then proceed further i.e. add RAM, HDD, CD/DVD etc step by step.

If didn't get any beep try to test with other motherboard/CPU to find which one is faluty.

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