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Hi can you please help me

I have just bought the new motherboard and cpu ram,etc but i am strugging to connect my old cases wires to the board i cant find where they must go ?can you help

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Re: hi can you please help me

Details should be in the user manual

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I had the same problem. I bought the M848A from Newegg in an attempt to save my trusty Athlon 2600+ CPU and a fancy Raedon 512mb AGP card which I salvaged out of my old broken down system. I thought it would be a good time to update the RAM so I bought 2 gigs of OCZ 3200 DDR400 to go with.

(1) First the damn thing wouldn't boot past the post screen. It would simply cycle thru post over and over. Fixed: The microsoft XPpro operating system was corrupt. The new board hated the old configs from the previous system. After trying (and failing) a os repair, I ended up simply doing a clean intall with great results. Board was stable worked great for a week. Only had one glitch...

(2) The board would only recognize and post ONE of the 2 gigs of ram I bought. I raided all the CMOS settings, and downloaded all the user manuals I could get a hold of and found no answers to this curious problem. On a whim, I opened the case and switched their locations back and forth which led me to...

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you do have ram istalled? Pul the power cord remove the bios batt wait 3 min and try again. Make also sure your cpu is properly istalled. Check on board for faulty caps usualy swallen. Hope this helps have a nice day

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Wiring hookup instructions for ecs 945 gct -m mATX motherboard

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77d37bb.jpg Please read all of pg.12.
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Do you hear any beeping sound upon booting up the computer? do you hear any HD activity happening? or is the unit totally just halts to that?

I checked the specifications of your board and it seems ok (socket 478, DDR400)

Based from the symptoms you mentioned, I could easily assume that you have a problem with the board or the CPU but just to be sure, I suggest that you proceed on isloating the problem.

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Cheers and best regards,

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hmmm my sussgestion in yourr case is that, don't attach all things at once. do the following step bye step.

Step 1). Attach SMPS (power supply to the board), Front Panel Connectio, and an in built speaker and CPU (don't add RAM, HDD, FDD, VGA Card or any thing els)

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remove the processor and ram from the mother board. now connect the smps to the motherboard and on the motherboard. if the problem persists again then u have the problem with the motherboard. if the board gets on then insert the cpu and on the board if this dosent work then their is problem with the cpu. this applies to all the motherboards

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