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If you are getting no post code and it wont boot, that means that one of your core components has something wrong with it ( main components are: motherboard, ram, CPU and fan, or power supply. ). This could be something as simple as a loose connection or a connection that was not plugged in (like the motherboard 20 or 24 wire connector, the CPU 4 wire power connect, etc). This could also mean that one of those main components is not supported by the rest of the system, or one of your main components has gone bad. Usually if its a component gone bad or not supported it would make a series of beeps instead of the one beep post code. Go through all your connections and make sure they are all in place, and on the right place. Make sure thats nothing is improperly grounded. Make sure that your ram is all the way in.
If your PC is still booting like normal even though it does not have a bios code beep, then this can be problems with your case speaker connection or the speaker it self. Sometimes disconnection the components that are not main components and and trying to boot like so might give you a better Idea as to what might be happening. If you have recently added a new component this could be that the power supply cant handle to power up everything (not enough power) so it wont sent the 'power ok' signal to the motherboard and the motherboard in this case will not boot.
Good luck. I hope this helps in some way!!

Feb 15, 2011 | Motherboards

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Bios is ok but when start the desktop motherboard was powered off

may indicate a motherboard or power supply failure. try to disconnect all external and internal power and data connections and expansion cards. then install at least the minimum amount of memory needed to power it on, together with the main power connections to the motherboard, the CPU and try to power on the computer. if it works, try to reconnect the other internal cards and devices one by one and test the computer each time to see if any component is causing it or if all components only needed to be reconnected properly

Jan 26, 2011 | IBM (02R4087) Motherboard

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Water in mainboard

Replace the motherboard. There are 90% chances that your motherboard is toast.

Aug 05, 2010 | Intel Desktop Board D845WN Motherboard

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The motherboard 27HRF can work with my dell

You should replace this board it may an internal issue such as a shorted trace of surface mounted component. Not worth the effort to do board level troubleshooting and there are replacement board that will fit the Dell cabinet you have. Call Dell support to make sure that you can use a #rd party board substitution.
I hope this helps. Have a great holiday weekend.

May 29, 2010 | Dell (27HRF) Motherboard

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Where do you connect External Speaker to motherboard

I am providing you with some links one has details of connecting internal speaker to the motherboard, other has complete product guide.
Following link is for complete Product Guide
If you want to connect external speakers you may connect them by plugging the green connetor of the speakers to the green jack / slot which is at the rear / front end of the system. Just look of Green female slot on the system.
On the left side column, where you see Bookmarks, Select Installing and Replacing Desktop Board Components then select Connecting to the Onboard Audio Systems.
You will complete details here on this link.
Regards :)

Apr 26, 2010 | Intel DG35EC Motherboard

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Defective mother board

check all your memory sticks, reseat them in thier slots, also reseat any addin cards (video,sound card, etc.)
I would also have the powersupply checked before i acuse the motherboard..all the lights can come on , and if the power supply is missing one of its' voltages, the computer wont start. causing just what you described.
physically inspect all the capacitors on the motherboard (lil round can looking components), particularly the ones around the CPU fan: if any of these are swollen OR swollen & leaking fluid the motherboard will most likely have to be replaced.

Apr 03, 2010 | HP 417035-001 - HP Pavilion dv2000 Series...

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Jumper settings

this site is incredibly slow loading (when it wants to) so be patient. you can find the manual for your motherboard here


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Motherboard Driver

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