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AUS A7N8X -X Mother board AMDAthlon 27648 CPU No picture

System set up on top of box to test. Power supply, memory, Display card, Moniter system speaker, CPU Heat sink and fan, System fan, power switch in place. Push switch:,Power supply,system fan, Cpu fan all start up.Green led led light on MB on. Monitor green led blinking. Black screen no flashing curser, no post no nothing. All connections checked, Card re set, memory re set. Tried different memory, different Display card no luck. I am growing old trying to make this work.. help Al

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    The monitor is cert moniter probably 6 or so years old. And you are correct about the different pin placements. However sorry to say no good result using a new LCD monitor or a cert with different pin placement.The :LCD mpnitor came up with a no signal message. The manual says that The mother board supports an Athlon XP processor With Quanti Speed data processing. The CPU I am using is a Athllon 27648 says nothing about XP, maybe that is a problem? Thanks oldal

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Good day! i have 2 x 1 GB kingston memory 533Mhz..can i use it on this motherboard?
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If this is a built sustem out of the box with old monitor try another monitor oddly enough some arent compatible, you can check by looking at the prong patern.

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