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It could be possible that there are some settings in BIOS that prevent You from booting because as much as the dual PSU is good, it will never give the same electrical current. And when You MB feels the difference, it stops from booting in order to prevent electrical damage.
If your PSU give wrong voltage it produce same problem with 2 solution: 1-test your PSU put a wire between green and black and voltage must be: yellow 12V, red/purple/gray 5V, orange 3.3V. If your PSU give under voltage (more than -10%):Buy a new one and test your motherboard(mb) with it (in this case there aren't a lot of chance that your mb and/or your CPU are dead) If your PSU give good voltage:(-10% / +5%):There are a lot of chance that is you mb or CPU If your PSU give over voltage:Buy a new one and test your motherboard with it (in this case there
are a lot of chance that your mb or/and your CPU are dead)
So the bios can remember its settings.
The battery is a watch type 2032.
Once you have installed a new batttery
enter the bios and set the boot sequence
for the harddrive as first boot device
and the cd/dvd as second.
Go check the connection of the hard disk, try to remove the ide or sata cable and also power supply connection then connect again and reseat properly the ide/sata cable.
Restart your computer.
If this will not work, try removing the hard disk before booting up your computer and see if this go beyond the logo. If this goes beyond logo then hard disk is faulty. May need to partition and reformat thoroughly. Or replacement.
have you placed the 4 pin block to the motherboad and also check the bois clr jumper to see if it's not being shorted this can also cause the board not to boot pluse check ram sticks making sure they are well seated and clean the cntacts from dirt on the ram sticke if al gose well and still no boot then get a converter and try this if all else fail try a ney cpu if same resaults then replace board.
Hi aligmatos, it is suggested that you use a 24-pin main power connector if you are going to fill up the motherboard & use a PCI-Express graphics card & Dual-Core Pentium CPU. The power supply should not be less than a 450W for this board, 550W would be better. You can use a 20-pin main connector but its not suggested. Make sure you connect the 4-pin 12V power connector. Your motherboard should still function with a 20-pin main power connector. Again I would not suggest it.
Main web site for Foxconn 45CM-S http://www.foxconnchannel.com/product/Motherboards/detail_overview.aspx?ID=en-us0000328