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Ok,here's a basic troubleshooting list. First,if it has an onboard video port,switch to it or to an agp card,whichever isn't the current hook up. Try a different monitor too when doing this. This is to see if it's a video issue. Next, take one ram stick out at a time & keep trying to boot, if it eventually does,the stick you just removed is bad. If you spliced any fans or lights in, make sure they aren't grounding on the case. If you just put this board in,the case is probably grounding the board.Remove the board & make sure the standoffs are in the right spots(lined up with the holes on the board),adjust as neccesary & then re-install,try again. Being that there's no lights, I think that grounding scenario is going to be the issue. Lastly,try a different power supply,if that doesn't work the board is bad,hopefully the cpu survived.
Posted on May 17, 2010
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