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COMPUTER ON, BUT NOTHING HAPPEN, EVEN BOOTING

I installed all the component in my computer myself. After I push the power On, the LED indicator in the MBoard is on, but nothing happen in the monitor. I didn't see the computer booting, but all the LED in front panel are on.

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    i have the same problem the book says board does not support double sidedX16 memory modules and this is what the dealer sold me.I am hoping this is the cause.Is this a possibility ?

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Are all the wires connected correctly? if it is, then try to see what is incorrect connection on your motherboard it must be the RAM(memory) or the processor. see also the connection between the monitor to the computer. if it still not working then try to remove the memory and then switch it on without it. you will hear a sound, if you dont then your memory is the problem.also see if the video card are correctly connected too. hope that helps!

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