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I would take everything out of your board, remove the board from the case, inspect it, then put everything back in and see.
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So now it's over I have tried EVERYTHING, I threw the **** computer at the dump.
I got a new deluxe pc from my dad (Intel Celeron single-core 2.8GHz Intel Grafic, 512MB RAM and a 120GB IDE hard drive)
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post #13 of 13
"I have tried EVERYTHING, I threw the **** computer at the dump."
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I do not believe you. But if true go back and get it. Disassemble everything, clean it up and try again. In all lilklihood it is merely a build error.

A pinched case wire.
A mispositioned standoff.
Loose connection or RAM seating.
Pushed or bent pin.

With your cooperation and patience I am optimistic OCN will help you find the problem. You have already been provided with logical starting points for troubleshooting this. Lets give it another shot before throwing the towel in.
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