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No Post CPU fan works and led on motherboard works but no post

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  • cameraman22 Feb 29, 2008

    No Beeps - Power Supply Good - Memory Good - Untested CPU ( Was Working) Prescott 2.8 P4

  • cameraman22 Feb 29, 2008

    No Beeps - Power Supply Good - Memory Good - Untested CPU ( Was Working) Prescott 2.8 P4

  • cameraman22 Mar 01, 2008

    Thanks for the tip but she is still the same. I appreciate your time & effort

    Thanks much

    cameraman22

  • F1forHelp May 11, 2010

    Are there any beep indicators?

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If your getting led lights on your board but no post or no beeps. This is usually a fried processor. Sometimes motherboards have diagnostic leds on them. If this is the case, then open you owners manual and diagnose the failure by reading the leds when the motherboard turns on.

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Try defaulting the cmos, this is best done by removing the battery from the main board and shorting the terminals in the battery carrier (bend up a paperclip so it sits on both terminals by its self), make sure the power is unpluged first, it will take about 1/2 hour to completely reset, then try to boot, if sucsessful the cmos will need to be setup again
good luck
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Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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