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MSI P6NGM Issues

I recently had a wonderful computer built and now it won't boot. Here's the specs. Core 2Duo 2.4, 2GB ram DDR2, 680watt psu 3 fans: 120, & 2X 80,OS:XP, and I have an onboard video card that's always been somwewhat flaky. I've turned up fsb to have cpu @2.9. System passed numerous sdtress tests. I just tried to install 4Gb of ram and the system made a flatline sound. I was told to put the old ram back in then turn down ram spd below default of 800. I can't the system won't boot. Normally during tbooting the system will beep; there's no beep, and no picture. What can I do?

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I would put the old ram back in, and then reset the bios by following the instructions in the motherboard manual. (usually with putting a jumper on some pins)

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