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New Jetway 939GT4-SLI-G won't power up

I just upgraded my MOBO with a new Jetway 939GT4-SLI-G, CPU and 1GB of memory also a ATI Sapphire X1650PRO. The problem I'm having is after power on it appears to go thru POST FF on the De-Bug Port a short beep and then powers down. I unplugged all IDE cables and power to the disks. Same results. The PSU is a Antec 430 watt supply which should be enough. The only diff with this supply is it has a 20 pin power plug ... The manual says it should work .... Any Ideas??? Thanks in advance Dale G.

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  • Dale Galekovic Apr 22, 2007

    Jetway 939GT4-SLI-G MOBO doesn't come with a onboard video. The memory is new and DDR 400. There's no old CPU it was an MOBO upgrade from an Intel based MOBO. Debug Port Post Code FF means Boot. But after FF is displayed and the short beep code the MOBO powers down. I suspect power is an issue but not sure ...

  • Dale Galekovic Apr 26, 2007

    This problem was fixed ... Because of the fact that this processor was used in a water cooled environment the Thermaltake fan/heatsink assy. wasn't making good contact with the CUP die. I had to cut off the small plastic nubs on the yellow plastic retainer that is around the CPU. This allowed the heatsink to sit lower ... approx. 1/23" lower and was enough to allow the CPU to run.
    Anyways thanks for the help ... now I have another issue ... Blue Screen upon boot up....

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Thank you for the 4 pin connector your a life saver i was about to get pissed but now i am in bussiness

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Some processors require the extra 4 pin plug to be connected to the cpu power terminal, to power it up and not from the zif socket. Apologies if i'm wrong but it's suprising how many people forget to connect it when they're used to the board supplying the psu power.

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Try using the onboard video first, remove the video card and any other card from the motherboard. If it still does this, then check the memory, maybe the speed is not compatible. If it's not that then try booting up with the old cpu.

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  • Anonymous Apr 26, 2007

    Blue screen normally has to do with a driver that is not correct for a hardware. Try booting up in safe mode. Press f8 when computer starts up. if you manage to boot up, try removing drivers, maybe video, audio, network card. then try rebooting normally.

    If not then you might need to do a repair of the operating system. you will need an xp cd.

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