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Barebones not working

My system does not work. Do you have any answers?

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A small pc right? not a printer?

Just makeing sure.

tell me does it turn on? do you get image? any beeps?

I would use a card like this to find out the problem
http://www.winter-con.com/photo_new/photo_prod_com/DC-0021a.JPG

But, since you most likely don't have one, start with unplugging all the devices from the motherboard that aren't a must for a start up.

This includes
dvd/cd drives
Hard drive
extra cards attached to the motherboard.

So leave only the basics connected.

powersupply - motherboard - cpu - memory - video.

Thats enought to get picture out from the computer.
If you still don't get anything and don't hear any beeps
remove all your memory and try starting again, you should hear beeps now.

Il continue this solution ones you have tryed that.

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

  • Ekse Jul 05, 2008

    By the way is the system under warranty? If your pc is under warranty get it replaced / repaired.

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Chip up grade options!


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is a socket 754 motherboard. It will support AMD Athlon processors up to Athlon64 3400+. It is a bit long in the tooth by today's standards, and only uses DDR memory, not DDR2. You may get more of a bang for your buck by buying a "barebones" system, which can consist of a motherboard with processor and memory, depending on how much you want in the barebones package.

Typically you use the case, power supply you already have with the new motherboard and processor and ram (memory).

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