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My Motherboard is doesnt displays. i have checked cpu, ram , power supply they all work properly. if i turn on the motherboard it doest give any beep sound and also doesnt give display. if remove the ram it gives long-long beep. i dont know what to do ?? Plz help me...

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Maybe a silly question but have you downloaded the latest video codecs for your processor?
http://www.moviecodec.com/downloads/31d.html
Are you plugging in all necessary power connections on the motherboard? Does the video card have power connector on it and do you have the necessary power cord plugged into it?
Double, triple, quadruple check that your RAM, video card and your CPU are fully seated. If you still can't get things to go from there, you pretty well need access to another machine for which you can test your parts individually as something is most likely a dud.
good luck

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