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I was moving the computer and disconnected it to move it powered it down, when i hooked it back up and when to power it up nothing happened just a rapid green light on the board please help

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I have the same problem
tried the ram and the cmos thing but still gettin only a flashing monitor light

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Hello Spawn11455,

Maybe you can try taking out the ram and reseating it back properly. If that doesn't work, then maybe you can reset the cmos settings. That is a little jumper near the cmos battery that you have to remove and place on pin 2 & 3 and then put back on pins 1 & 2.

Good luck,

Posted on Nov 05, 2007

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Hello try to renew the power supply, with one you know is working.

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A computer with a D101GGC motherboard does not start. There is no beep or monitor singal. The fan is okay. As soon as the power is connected to the computer, the red drive access light comes on, but not...

its a common problem with intel D101GGC motherboard, just open the case and unplug the dvd power cable and data cable, then turn on the PC it will work fine.

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How do I reset it?

Turn the computer off.
Turn the computer on.
When it shows "press <BLAH> to enter BIOS SETUP mode",
press the <BLAH> key.
Select 'Load BIOS defaults'.
Select 'Save & Exit'.
If that resets it, stop here.

Turn the computer off.
Disconnect the AC power.
Open the side-panel on the desktop case, and look for the 'RESET CMOS' label,
close to three gold pins that are in a row. A jumper will be connected to pins #1 and #2.
Move the jumper to connect pins #2 and #3. Count to 30.
Move the jumper back to re-connect pins #1 and #2.
Connect the AC power.
Turn the computer on.
When it shows "press <BLAH> to enter BIOS SETUP mode",
press the <BLAH> key.
Select 'Load BIOS defaults'.
Select 'Save & Exit'.

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Intel D101GGC freezes ramdoly

Well, these kind of problems are very tricky to diagnose. You said that you've tried replacing your RAM, HDD and also the Power Supply. If you're using multiple RAM modules for dual channel support, remove one of the modules and try to run the system with only one module in the slots. If it still doesn't work, try to switch the RAM module to another slot. Do the same with the second RAM module.

It can also happen if the IDE/SATA cables are faulty/worn out. Inspect them to see if any of the pins are loose/broken.

Another way to diagnose problems with HDDs is
1. Disconnect your Hard Drives completely,
2. Boot your computer with a Linux/XP live CD using your CD/DVD-ROM drive.
3. If it runs perfectly, then you can assume that the problem might be with the HDD or the SATA/IDE cables.
Let me know the results after you troubleshoot.

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