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If the motherboard, CPU and RAM are working then you should at the very least get a POST screen, i.e. some text should appear on the screen for a brief moment.
Disconnect all drives and only leave the monitor connected. Power up and see if anything shows.
Check that the RAM is compatible; desktop PCs use non-ECC RAM, and won't work with ECC server RAM.
The motherboard will beep if an error is detected so listen out for beeps and check the motherboard manual to determine what error is being signalled. If the CPU is not powering up then you won't et any beeps.
Try removing the CPU and checking the pins to make sure there are no bent or broken pins.
If you have a spare graphics card, try plugging this in and connect the monitor to this card.
Try removing the 3V CMOS backup battery from the motherboard for a few seconds to reset the BIOS configuration data. Replace the battery and try switching on again.
If you can't get to the POST screen on switch-on then the motherboard, CPU and/or RAM could be faulty and you should take it back to the place you purchased it from.
Posted on Jul 03, 2017
If you have access to another computer you can make a bootable USB using the files from the CDs (assuming we are speaking of a bootable image file on the CDs).
If you have the Windows Backup that you created from the previous computer, that you will not be able to deploy on the new computer due to the changes in the hardware. This is most likely the reason that you get the BSOD.
Hope that helped.
Posted on Jul 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi am sathya,
I have oner doubt in my intel p4 845 chipset board , what are the processors in suitable in 845 chipset board.. Give me solution
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
Fiend your solution direct from
intel. Here is your solution....
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
to install xp in any machine that has an intel chipset be it hp, dell or whatever is relatively easy ....the solution is found here
go to http://downloadcenter.intel.com/ and in the search textbox type "32-bit Floppy Configuration Utility" then download it.
extract the content of that zipped file that is called f6flpy3287.zip .
then click on this site http://www.tacktech.com/download.cfm?file=microsoft/sata/sata-drivers.zip....here you get all the drivers for sata intel chipsets ....The content of this zipped file is similar to that of f6flpy3287.zip but its advisable you use f6flpy3287.zip contents to slipstream.
secondly download a software called winlite from http://www.nliteos.com/download.html ...its a freeware
then follow this site
Altenatively ....for the ... advanced users
Posted on May 06, 2009
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writes to a CD-RW depends not only on the media and the drive, but also
on the table of media types that is built into the firmware of the
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