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I'm not sure what I'm supposed to be seeing, although it looks like you might do a better job spreading your thermal paste.

What do you mean about the fan pins "came too far in the motherboard"?
They got stuck in the holes in the motherboard simply. 2 of them. Hade to use quite much force to push them back.
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post #12 of 26
Seriously dude, if your OP was any indication I would lean heavily on you having hooked something up incorrectly. It seems as though you have very little knowledge about computers and building them.

Thats ok! You came to the right place!

Please put everything back together and then give us some detalied pics of the setup. Also give us a brief description of your build process step-by-step. I'm guessing something simple like a forgotten CPU power cable connection etc....
post #13 of 26
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They got stuck in the holes in the motherboard simply. 2 of them. Hade to use quite much force to push them back.
You mean the mounting pins for the heatsink? I was thinking about a regular 3 or 4 pin fan connector.

If you damaged the mounting for the HSF it might result in the heatsink not seating against the CPU firmly.
Edited by Lost Hawaiian - 7/20/11 at 5:33pm
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Ok, so it's thermal paste, good. Now to the next problem. The mobo doesnt make any beeps when I boot it. Every time I start it it restarts automatically after 5 seconds and after that it just stays turned on without any beeps or image or anything.
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This thread is funny, lol @ this guys username forever now

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Edit, try booting it with one stick of ram, sandy bridge systems can be fussy like this in my experience.
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post #16 of 26
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Ok, so it's thermal paste, good. Now to the next problem. The mobo doesnt make any beeps when I boot it. Every time I start it it restarts automatically after 5 seconds and after that it just stays turned on without any beeps or image or anything.
Not to ask a silly question, but do you have a speaker hooked up to the MB? Most motherboards I've seen don't have one on them, but you can get something like this:
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Seriously dude, if your OP was any indication I would lean heavily on you having hooked something up incorrectly. It seems as though you have very little knowledge about computers and building them.

Thats ok! You came to the right place!

Please put everything back together and then give us some detalied pics of the setup. Also give us a brief description of your build process step-by-step. I'm guessing something simple like a forgotten CPU power cable connection etc....
I have built 1 and a half computer (lol) before and everything went perfect. I know cabling and stuff, i learn quickly .
Can I put the fan back and run the computer or should i apply new thermal paste?
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post #18 of 26
You may not have a POST speaker. They are usually mounted on the case. Not on the motherboard. there is a connector for the speaker in the cluster where your power switch connects. The BIOS probably has a visual POST option on the welcome screen. If your computer won't display the BIOS. you may need the speaker to help diagnose the problem.
    
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The beeping noise should come from a small "peripheral" that is directly connected to the pins and should always make a noise during BIOS.
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post #20 of 26
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The beeping noise should come from a small "peripheral" that is directly connected to the pins and should always make a noise during BIOS.
True. Do you have said peripheral?
    
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