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I have motherboard with serial M952 Rev 3.3, the problem comes when i first time run the power supply on. The motherboard sounds beeps with a pattern 1 long beep - 1 long beep - 3 short beeps, but it doesn't boot and the has the screen blank. How do i fix this problem? Thanks for the solution given.

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> the FIRST time run ...

Remove the video-card, and re-insert it, ensuring that it is fully "seated' into its socket.

Remove the RAM, and re-insert it, ensuring that each stick is fully "seated' into its socket.

Check that the three wires leading from the fan on top of the CPU are properly connected to a 3-pin socket on the motherboard.

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