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Motherboard My pc wont boot up it powers on but there isn't any bios information or any thing showing on the display I have swap the mainboard and xenon processor but still unable to find the problem I would appreciate your help Thanks

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  • dmsguru Feb 12, 2009

    Tried upgrading RAM previously to 1024MB from 128, PC booted but no mouse or keyboard response. Tried only 1 stick (512 MB). Same thing. After many different scenarios including going back to the original configuration, I don't get any beeps. Removed CMOS battery for 30 mins to no avail. Tried another cpu (800 Mhz) with various memory. Seems to be stuck in this non responsive mode. I am assuming I fried the mobo, but don't want to guess. Suggestions please.

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How about your screen; is it good?

Your monitor cable, is it damaged?

Does the computer beep, to tell of booting progress?

Is the new MoBo really new? What about the video card?

Try different RAM. Bad RAM will not let a computer boot.
Try booting the MoBo out of the case: lay it out on wooden surface and plug in power supply and monitor, then turn on. Listen for beeps, HDD cranks. Also watch the screen.

Come back after doing these checks so we can isolate the problem.

Posted on Feb 21, 2008

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