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Thanks. Someone also suggested putting the battery in backwards, setting the jumper, then putting it back. I never heard of that. I'll try these last couple of things. While I'm waiting, I think I'll try out this PSU on my old willamette system.
Unfortunately I don't have anything around. Only an old AMD XP 3000 box with DDR memory, and my willamette box...both use DDR and the CPU's definitely won't fit the board.

I have the memory, CPU, and motherboard packaged up right now, ready to take somewhere. I REALLY don't want to go to CompUSA, but I may. Would you suggest bringing the video card as well?

If all it's gonna take to diagnose this is a quick 30 minute job putting in a working CPU then I refuse to pay $100 for it.

Has anyone dealt Intel RMA service before? I've never done any kind of RMA before with PC's.

Thanks for the suggestions guys. I tried everything you said, after attempting to power up outside the box to eliminate any grounding issue, I gave up. Without these spare parts, I can't go any further!
    
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