Question about ASUS AI Lifestyle P5N32-E SLI (P5N32-E-SLI-GREEN) Motherboard
Posted by Anonymous on
Try to re-seat all of your connections. Un-plug the RAM, video cards, and PCI cards, then re-seat them back in their slots. It could have just been a loose stick of RAM had come partially out over the years of vibrations which would cause an issue like this.
However no fans gives me the idea that there may be something wrong with your power supply, or motherboard. Check to make sure that none of the capacitors on the board are puffing out, and if you have a spare power supply try hooking up only the necessary connections after checking the previous suggestions.
The problem with issues such as this are that so many different things could cause something such as this, so hopefully this helps!
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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