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I powered up the board. all fans lights came on for about 4 seconds also only had ram/ processor hooked up

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Hi.

the problems lies under the fixing your processor.

Remove processor. replace it again carefully. remove mouse and keyboard. remove any PCI and AGP etc.

Start the pc " POWER ".

If it continues doing the same, - no sweat,,,

Check for a new Processor and replace ram as well.

Start the pc. "power".

If success comes up. then by that time you would have the solution.

plug keyboard and mouse..

Start the computer and enjoy.

Good Luck

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