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New Mobo & Processor but no Bleeps etc

Hi,
I have recently renewed my Motherboard and processor as my previous one died after a power surge.
I have installed a Gigabyte s-series motherboard and dual core processor , however when I turn on the PC the cooling fans work but nothing else, not getting any bleeps, Monitor not receiving signal ( I have tried another monitor still nothing).
Any ideas on what could be wrong and how I can get it working?
Thankyou.
Regatds
Runningman

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  • runningman Aug 05, 2008

    Hi

    Thanks for that but already replaced that to 450 watts unit.

    regards

    Richard

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Could be the power supply is not strong enough to power the system. Replace the power supply with one that is between 350 - 450 watts. This should provide ample power to the system.

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