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Sounds like you may have a bad board or stick of ram. Try openeing up the case (making sure you use a grounding strap and unpluging the computer first) and unpluging all the cards and drives and see if it will POST. If so add one card/drive at a time untill you find the one that will no longer allow you to boot.
Posted on Apr 20, 2008
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