Question about ASUS P6T7 WS Supercomputer Core i7 / Intel X58/ DDR3/ Crossfirex & 3-Way SLI/ A&2GL/ Ceb Motherboard
Sounds like you have something loose, more than likely it's your RAM. Try re-seating the RAM and if that doesn't work take all of the sticks out except one. If it still doesn't work, swap it out for one of the other sticks. If one of them is bad it could be causing this. Also ensure that you are giving power to your processor via the 4 or 8 pin connected on your motherboard located close to the processor. This is a common mistake that I see which causes the computer not to boot.
Hopefully this helps, if it doesn't feel free to reply and I will try to help you further.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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