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No boot up, display, beep, or HD action

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At first my computer would not boot up, I reseated the RAM and the computer DID boot up, but only showed half the RAM (512 out of the 2 512 sticks). Next time I tried to start the computer, nothing happened, only the power LED stayed yellow, not green as usual.

I removed all the RAM, graphics card and power cable to the HD and NO BEEP at all. What is wrong? How do I fix this? Thank you.

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I am having the same issue. Clearing/reset the bios will get the board to boot up, but when turned off and started again the board will not boot. you will have to clear the bios again. The board seems to be rebooting itself continuously before it evens get to the POST.

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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