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post #1 of 15
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well i was putting in my new tuniq tower 120 today and well i took out the mobo and i had to take the video card to screw in the screws i put everything on the anti static bag except the video card i've put it on foam before and it din't go out i dono if it's the psu or the mobo even i can't figure it out i plugged it back up an everything's plugged up the same but the mobo powers up and all when i push the power button i get no display also cannot hear the mobo speaker beep(meaning it posted) like it used to when it booted up some one plleeease help me out
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post #2 of 15
Well, since it boots (the fans are spinning right?) it isn't the PSU.

Try taking the video card out and using the mobo's video out.
Power up.
If this doesn't help, try pulling out and putting back in the ram.
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post #3 of 15
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ok thanks will try this out but i don't have onboard video will try with the ram thanks for your reply
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post #4 of 15
I'm sorry, that board doesn't have integrated graphics. Try to get your hands on a real cheap video card (you can get them for under $20 easy). Then you can do what i said above

Yea, with my computer I had a similar issue. i was adding some components and when i hit power it turned on for about 3 sec then turned off. Turned out I had the ram seated wrong...hadn't pushed it in enough....was a hassle though.

Edit: Friend's video cards work well also. (you could also try putting your card into another computer to see if it boots)
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post #5 of 15
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it seems the system isn't posting whatsoever tried the ram and well im gonna have my brother try my card on another system or i'll try to get another one im guessing its my ram or my mobo since the fans are going but the tuniq's powered from the mobo and the lights on the mobo are all lit up thanks for your help
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post #6 of 15
You should try to Clear CMOS. Whenever you have a motherboard boot issue you should reseat all components followed by clear cmos.
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post #7 of 15
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oh yeah forgot to mention that i did that nothin an i tried one ram stick at a time also system isn't posting with either
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post #8 of 15
Here is MSI's trouble shooting page:

hopefully you can find something here to help.
http://www.msicomputer.com/support/sup_tshoot.asp
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post #9 of 15
Check all the power cables again and check that none of the motherboard mounting posts are grounding out to the case. That could cause a no-boot.
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post #10 of 15
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well i took out the mobo from the case and tried booting it up and no post but the mobo powers up and everything could it still be the mobo being bad ??? or the memory i'm gonna have to wait til my bro can test the vid card on another computer i hope it's not the processor even im goin nuts :|
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