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No boot with integrated vga

All parts are new....but nothing seeing in monitor...power is on and all connectors is ok....what can i do?what kind psu is correct?

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  • realxvirus Jan 28, 2008

    i forget say...there is no error beep sound or nothing...

  • realxvirus Jan 29, 2008

    thanks trying...but all parts is seated correctly and i try four different memory types...Everything should be ok,but something is still wrong...i don't have anymore ideas in my head... :(



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Hey there realxvirus, I would begin by reinstalling your ram, ensuring you are seated correctly. Your motherboard has a specific setup for high performance memory design. The ram you have installed may not be compatible with your board. Check here to ensure your ram is correct. I do not think the PSU is the problem assuming you have a 24 pin connection rather than the 20 pin, and power seems to get to the board. I hope this helps. Good Luck!

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