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Trobble booting i an assembling a new computer. It booted for about 20 sec then shut down now it will not boot. I am running a asus pn5sli mobo, itel core 2 duo @ 2.4, 8800 gt vid card, 2 gigs of 800 ram, and a 450 power supply

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My guess is that your cpu or other major component fried. the same thing happened to me. check for proper connections, thermal grease properly applied, ect. there are many many problems that cause this however. try listening for beeps and matching them on a "beep chart". you can find them on the internet. good luck and hopefully this helps. im assuming you recently obtained the parts, so if any parts are broken you can simply return/exchange. nice build btw.

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Hello download your files here:

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_775/P5NSLI/#download

Download asus update in the utility for 64 bit system
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Please unzip the files before you install.

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