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Ok but another question. The same thing happened to my gigabyte p31-es3g.But now if i try to turn it on it doesnt.Any solution for that?
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post #32 of 42
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But when this solution dont work too?
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post #33 of 42
I suggest: Take out all the RAM chips, blow on them, try and blow dust out of the sockets, plug em all back in and try booting up.
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post #34 of 42
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But any solution for my Gigabyte P31-ES3G. Well now batter removed and waiting 10 minutes.!
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post #35 of 42
The obvious question is why is someone overclocking when they don't even know how to clear CMOS? With two systems down to the same symptoms, I am going with the most logical and say he is failing on an OC attempt and either burned something up or has some settings that need to be fixed. Hopefully the clearing CMOS will do the trick if it is the latter.
post #36 of 42
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Well the motherboards have not been overclocked.Im just here to learn overclocking.Still have to say that these solutions did not work. No screen came up.
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post #37 of 42
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i removed battery,unpluged the power cord,pressed power button,put the yellow stick other position and waited for 10 minutes. still nothing.
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post #38 of 42
ok.



next step is, strip down your whole pc.

and do a complete rebuild with the bare components eg:

ram - 1 stick only

cpu - stock clocks

use onboard graphics if it has, if it does not have graphics use you gpu that is at the bottom

one hard drive



plug in sata cables and power cables.

then conect up all cabes outside the case eg: monitor and keyboard and mouse


then power it up




all due respect if you do not know what a cmos headder is and do not een know what is in your sig rig i would take your dell back to the agents and ask them to look at it probably be safer for you anyway
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post #39 of 42
Quote:
Originally Posted by levontraut View Post
all due respect if you do not know what a cmos headder is and do not een know what is in your sig rig i would take your dell back to the agents and ask them to look at it probably be safer for you anyway
The OP has stated at least twice that he is not having problems with his sig rig
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post #40 of 42
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Well guys i got my gigabyte working. Now i need to know why are may GPU and CORE showing high temps on SpeedFan. Any way o lower them.

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GPU:Nvidia nforce
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