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Motherboard will not boot

An asus pp4p800 motherboard will not post at all, no signal going to the monitor with any graphics card of any type. Have changed memory chips to every config possible, still no post. Have removed the bat fopr a tiome and still no post. Any ideas?

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The first question; is there power to the board? If so what lights are on and are they steady? Are the fans running, Have you tried hooking it up to the onboard video port. Ensure to unplug and remove anything that is not essential to boot. If these ideas don't help keep me updated with details. Thanxs

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To view the manual you'll also need Adobe PDF reader, click this next link for Adobe.
http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/

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