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New computer does not boot up

I just assembled a new computer. I switched it on and bootred up to the bios settings. Switched off again and does not want to boot at all . no beeps are heard since then.

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Enter in to the BIOS setup by pressing "delete key" or "F2 "
change for the boot device priority (boot device order) ..
make it in order something like removable disk,harddisk ,cd roms..
after that try booting it up ...
before that check whether the harddisk & other devices are detected or not in bios ...
if it is not detected then you went wrong in connecting some where ...
just make it sure & do it



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Posted on Jul 02, 2008

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