Question about Foxconn K7S741GXMG-6L Socket A/FSB333/DDR266/MATX MotherBoard (MOTFO62)

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Post issue I just got a brand new K7S741GXMG mobo and i cannot get it to post. Everything powers on fine, yet my monitor acts like it can't detect anything. any help?

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I can't get Foxconn's website to pull up ATM, but I had this sort of issue once before, and felt completely stupid once I figured it out, and this is going to sound strange, but, remove your CPU fan and try to power up. If it does power up, then your CPU Fan is shorting out the system. If that doesn't fix it, then it is possible that your processor is not supported by the motherboard.

Hope this helps!

-Backu

Posted on Jan 15, 2008

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