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The problem is in the processor or in the board to check first change the processor sutable for the socket and switchon the computer still the computer doesnt work check the secondery power supply thats four pin from the smps to the motherboard check all the FET and the capacitor in the powersupply also the 32khz crystel and the 14.182khz crystel and the clock ic
This is an issue that one of the devices is not properly seated on the board or it is not detecting them correctly.
1. Remove all devices from the board. All cables coming from Hard drive/CD-rom. Remove the RAM and processor. LEAVE TH E POWER SUPPLY CABLES CONNECTED TO THE BOARD.
2. Re-seat the processor on the board.
3. Re seat the memory on the board.
4. Now re-seat the video card making sure that you push it firmly in place. Connect a monitor to the video output.
Try and boot the computer. If it boots and you see output on the screen then the issue is fixed. If if does not boot you have a problem with one of the following: RAM, Processor, Video Card, or motherboard.
first, make sure that the new mother board support the old Processors, ask the M.Board supplier about it (or google it) , and make sure you know the old processors type.If you wasn't really sure, just remove the old Processor from old M.Board, then check for the ID (such as Pentium 4, Pentium D, etc ) on top of the processor.
If the new M.Board support the Processors, then you can re use the old processors, if don't, then you don't have a choice, buy the new one that match with the new M.Board specifications.
anniegms, I had the same problem with a new Asus board running a Dual Core Duo Quad processor. The boards BIOS was not updated to handle the Dual Core Duo yet. I had to switch processors to a P4. Use a different PC to make a BIOS update disk. Update the BIOS and switch processors back. But I had all the same symptoms of yours. However I did/do have a PCI-E XFX Fatality (Nvida) based graphics card. I would check or swap processors, it sounds like the board is waking up but not the processor. Just my thoughts.... PCdok
Try removing all unneeded hardware leaving only the core components needed to see your board post (processor, memory, motherboard and external video if your board doesn't have onboard) see if it now posts. check to make sure your hardware is installed correctly (memory is seated and processor & heatsink are firmly inplace) Is your new board bigger than the old one? does it make any contact with the case behind the board causing it to short? You could also try your processor in another board. Good Luck