Question about Intel SE7320VP2 Motherboard
Most if not all board will give an error code if there is a hardware issue with a device. Try to write down how many beeps and in what order do they beep. Check you service manual against the beep code. If no code and no power on then remove all devices from board including CD, HD and other cards and then try to see if the system will at least power on to post. Also make sure double check to make sure all the cards are seated all the way into the slots. If it does post then reconnect devices and cards one bt one utill you find the problem. Another is the memory. Make sure it is seated all the way down and try one Module at at a time or switch slots.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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