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guys, need help. all is well before a weird stuff happened. when i press the power button, nothing comes out, not even a beep from my motherboard. then i waited for about an hour, nothing came out since i press the power button. i didn't flash the bios or anything, the bios is the one from the support cd. then i press the clear CMOS button at the back, surprisingly, something cam out of the screen. i exited it and it got back into the windows. then i shut down my pc.
the next day, i open it up again, the same problem occur. i have to press clear cmos button to get it back to windows again. what is the problem? can anyone help me?
    
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It might be a faulty stick of RAM. Test each stick with Memtest to see if any of them are the culprit.
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Originally Posted by spaceballsrules View Post
It might be a faulty stick of RAM. Test each stick with Memtest to see if any of them are the culprit.
id definitely try this
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but i just bought this 4gb ram stick along with the date of purchase with all the equipment. what is the connection between a ram stick and the problem that i have? i am new to building rig, as this is my first custom built pc.
    
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Just because something is brand new does not mean it will work. Despite quality control at the manufacturing facilities, a faulty product can still get out the door and into the consumer's hands.
As a new builder, you will need to learn how to troubleshoot. It is a process of elimination to isolate a problem.
The best thing anyone can do, especially on a forum such as this, is give you their best guess. It's up to you to test it for yourself. Once a component is known to be working, then we all move on to the next possibility.
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