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Not booting up.

Hi, I have an A64 3000 venice cpu, 1 gb corsair ram, 6600 gt video card and my power supply blew which was an Apevia AS500W. I bought a new one and replaced it. My computer turns on and everything powers up but the GA-K8NF-9 Mobo does not beep like usual and nothing happens, also keyboard, mouse, cd rom etc does not turn on. Is that a bad motherboard problem?

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  • thumper61713 Nov 02, 2007

    No I cannot. Nothing comes up at all.

  • thumper61713 Nov 02, 2007

    No I cannot get into anything. Nothing comes up at all.

  • thumper61713 Nov 02, 2007

    Ok...yes all of the cords are on correctly. The power supply is not exactly the same power supply as the one before it...would that matter? It is the same Wattage and it is powering everything up fine. Its just not booting though. ok...well thanks for your help.

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Can you get into the bios?

Posted on Nov 02, 2007

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    Thomas Christopher Nov 02, 2007

    if all of the power supply cords are on securly, it does sound like it may be bad.

  • Thomas Christopher
    Thomas Christopher Nov 02, 2007

    Before you chuck it.



    You may want to try these steps:



    http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000...

  • Thomas Christopher
    Thomas Christopher Nov 03, 2007





    did ou try this?

















    Clear CMOS settings by removing battery








    First locate the battery on the board. The battery is similar in shape and size to a nickel. (Fig 9-a)


    There should be a small clip on the side of the battery socket. Unclip the battery and the battery should pop up and you can to remove the battery


    Remove the battery for several minutes and then re-install the battery. (Fig 9-b)


  • Thomas Christopher
    Thomas Christopher Nov 06, 2007

    Did this work?
    Please post an answer so we can help you further.
    If it worked please rate this post as solved.
    Thanks,

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