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Hi there , THis sounds like a CPU issue...Make sure you correctly put the CPU fan , and heatsink back on .... otherwise your CPU will overheat and cause your PC to turn off , so that it wont damage your CPU.Try making sure those are correct. Thanks
Try cleaning the slots for RAM and the RAM itself with eraser. Remove newly installed hardware first and then put back the RAM to its place..make sure it perfectly fits..then try booting your pc again.
some simple questions first is processor installed and locked in same with ram. does the MB have a squar plugin next to processor if so is the two yellow and two black connector pluged into it from power supply then is ram right front bus speed fpr the MB and is the processor the right FSB for the MB. this is very important your MB will not turn on if incorrect send me the MB numbers and i will try to get you straight thank you james
Easy problem to solve my freind:)
Do like this, start the installation as you did before, when your pc restarts, get in to bios again and change the first boot from cd/dvd to the HDD. That will solve your instalation problem:)
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have you tried clearing the cmos memory? but put the jumper back to the correct position and the battery is not dead, then i would dissconnect everything so it would be left with psu plugged in to the m/board, cpu/fan,pwr switch nothing else except a speaker unless it has one built-in, you should hear some beeping from the speaker when you turn-on if not it`s dead R.I.P.
Make sure that your power switch is connected to the correct pins on
the motherboard. The LED you see lit may be the stand-by power
indicator saying it has power and is waiting for the signal from the