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Pc does not boot

Hi dears
i replace mainboard battry with a new one and when i reboot, the pc does not boot . i remove all Ram ,H.D.D, graghic cart ,.. and still pc dos not boot
any help please?

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  • asghar_kopak May 18, 2008

    hi
    but pc does not boot at all and screen shows nothing to check if first boot is hdd 0 or not
    please help



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Is there any power that is coming from your power supply? does the green LED on the motherboard lighting when you turn on your avr?

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Hi i think you need to check your bios cus when your take out the battery the bios resets see if the first boot is set on your hard drive on my pc it is set on hdd 0

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Put in one ram, video card. Try again

also buy a 4digit post card to find out what the problem actually is.

heres a similiar 2 digit card have a look

http://www.darkwire.com.au/html/standard_isa___pci_post_card.html

On ebay you can get a 4digit card for less than 20 usd.

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Check the battery compact with your motherboard ,You have to fix the Ram and check it.

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http://www.motherboards.org/mobot/motherboards_d/MSI/915GLM-V%2B%2528MS-7131%2529/
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