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Booting up, I just got a new board, Inserted it, and added a Dual Core Processore with 1 GB ram "rendition"Connected all Components, Turned on and all i got was a black screen., No Boot loader nothing, I checked with 3 monitors still nothing, All connections are in correct, Also after replacing parts and changing different make RAM and Processors the machine make a long loud beep, But still not screen to see any errors, Any help please, Thanks in Advance

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Re: Booting up,

Ok the biggest clue you have if you look up on the foxconn beep codes is the long beep which suggests that your ram is faulty , since yoiu have tried so many parts and you got no feed back we can conclued that its your dimm sockets on your motherboard , your motherboard is faulty ......thank you .please return the favour

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