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I have diy installed a pc desktop, The combination is included new Asrock G31MS motherboard, new Celeron E3200, new 450W power supply w/case, old 250GB SATA harddisk x 1, old DDR2 512MB Ram x 1 and old dvd writer But it is not work, the symptoms are as below. - CPU fan = work, DVD writer = has power - display = no any image, PS2 keyboard & usb mouser = no reaction, - no beep sound and can't load to POST. - it sounded 3 beeps when there hasn't RAMs. It's an appreiated if any experts can help. where is the problem.

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  • tlkohk Sep 07, 2009

    thanks for your response.
    i have try to put the ram and start the system but it has no any reaction except cpu fan, dvd writer power and power led. please advice.

  • tlkohk Sep 07, 2009

    thanks for your response.
    I use the on-board video. the ram, harddisk & dvd writer were working on the ex-PC desktop.
    it can't boot up even no any beep sound. i suppose that it would boot to POST at least if the motherboard is normal.
    please advice.

  • tlkohk Sep 07, 2009

    thanks for your response.
    if the problem is found in motherboard, i would request supplier to replace it as brought it yesterday.

  • tlkohk Sep 07, 2009

    yes, i have

  • Agung Mahatma May 11, 2010

    Have you install the celeron processor properly ?

  • Michelle Crabbe May 11, 2010

    You will need to start from scratch. I assume that you or someone you know built the system. Therefore it is best to unplug a great deal of what you have set up already. Start with these steps to find out where the issue is. 1) Unplug the DVD Writer 2) Remove the USB Mouse 3) Remove any external extras you have For example: Web cam, printer etc When you boot with the basics you will have a better idea of what the problem might be. I will also assume that you are using the video that is built into the motherboard? or are you using a card inserted into the slot for video? Also the DDR2 may be incompatible.I would double check the manual for your motherboard to ensure that all your components are compatible with the board. Try and get video first so that you will have the ability to review the cmos. Let me know if this helps you any.

  • Keith Paredes
    Keith Paredes May 11, 2010

    The beeps are normal if there are no RAM, you need the memory sticks to start the system.

  • JDTec
    JDTec May 11, 2010

    3 Beeps: Base 64K RAM failure Explanation: There is a failure of some sort within the first 64 KB of system memory. Diagnosis: The first bank of memory probably has a bad memory chip in it somewhere. It is possible that there is a failure related to the motherboard or a system device as well. Recommendation: Treat as an apparent memory failure. Troubleshoot the motherboard.

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