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No boot up or bios or image after installing the new mother board, Mr Bogdan

After I installed MB and all connection are made. No image or any boot up or bios displyed. I assumed ther is/are mistake/s or any other thing. Could you please help me.

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Re: No boot up or bios or image after installing the new...

Brand new board? Unlikely to have a problem. Are you sure you connected the small 4 pin power supply connector to the motherboard as well? (besides the main supply connector)

If you have any IDE drives make sure you have not reversed the orientation of the cable.



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Switch off the computer and open pc cover.
First check the ram, clean by eraser or with solvent and install again ,if the problem same install thre ram to another computer either it damage or not .If the problem is same change ram.

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3.Remove bios chip from base , clean with solvent and install it proper again.
4.For Intel mother mother ,install a flopy drive and switch on the power and,follow the flopy drives "led light", either it glow or not.
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5.Now don't switch off your motherboard at the time of updating the bios,so please use an ups,and insert the flopy, along with bios file.Set the cmos jumper in recovery mode( just change the normal position ),and switch on motherboard, hope, through this proceses, should recver the mother board.
If the problem is same, I will recoment you for new motherboard.

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