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Old June 13, 2012, 07:50 AM
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You could try with just one stick of ram installed. If it doesn't post, then remove that stick and try with the other. Is there a ''mem-ok!'' button on that board?, you could try that i suppose. If that doesn't work, then you could try clearing your cmos (Should be a button for that). And if that fails, then I would carefully take the system apart and put it back together out of the case. Put the motherboard on top of your motherboard box, add one stick of ram, the video card, and hook up a monitor and keyboard only - no hard drives or dvd drive. Try powering up again after making sure all the power cables are installed properly. You could also try reseating the cpu. Thats all I can really think of at the moment.
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