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Abit Fatal1y FP-IN9 Boot Problem!?

I just built a new gaming computer with the Abit Fatal1ty FP-IN9 Motherboard. I started my system up for the first time and i got no boot, no post, nothing on monitor but all fans and FPIO lighters (power lights) where on.

However i got nothing, no indication of problem by the motherboard. So i did a process of elimination incase it was a hardware problem. I stripped the system down to its barebones (i.e CPU, GPU, RAM, PSU & Motherboard) and switched it on again... still no boot. I cleared the CMOS several times... still no boot.

I removed each memory module (I have Crucial Ballistix Tracer PC6400) one by one and then both... no beeps at all, but all lights come on and fans spin.
I then removed the CPU from the socket and switched the system on, normally we should get a beep, i got no beeps and system still did same thing.

I tested the CPU in another system aswell as the memory and power supply indicating every other component is absolutely fine. The only item causing the problem appears to be the motherboard.

I purchased the motherboard in september 2008 but only just installed it yesterday after waiting so long for purchasing all other components. Just when im ready to fire up the perfect machine this happens.

I want to make sure that it is the motherboard before buying a new one or somehow getting a replacement.
Are there anymore tests i can do?
What will have caused this?
Is this definetly my motherboard?
What can i do about it? Can i get a replacement from Abit?

I really appreciate your help and support..
Thanks very much... Tom

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I have one tine the same problem with this motherboard and o solve with new firmware to the bios.
http://www.abit.com.tw/
Go to the site and update the bios
Best regards.
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Check your jumper settings. You can probably view jumper diagram online. Make sure all drivers are downloaded and up to date. Try placing windows installation disc in before booting pc. Also check boot setting to make sure hardrive boots second and cd boots first. Also make sure your hard drive jumper is set to master.

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Good Luck,

Don't forget to rate my solution, thanks!!

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