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Hey,

I just picked up a 939 board and am trying to get it to work. I put in my 3800 chip, heatsink, 2x512 ddr400 ram, 8600 gt, hard drive and cd drive and fired it up outside of the case. cd rom spins, hard drive fires up and the video card is powered. The led readout shows 3 lites which means it's identified the processor, the led for the ram is on as well. Most noticeably, the standby power switch is on, too. I don't know if this is why the monitor doesn't detect any input. It's a perfectly good card that works (put it in my 5200x2 before and after this experiment).

Any ideas? I've cleared the cmos, moved ram around, and tried the videocard in both slots.

Any guidance is appreciated.
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Hey,

I just picked up a 939 board and am trying to get it to work. I put in my 3800 chip, heatsink, 2x512 ddr400 ram, 8600 gt, hard drive and cd drive and fired it up outside of the case. cd rom spins, hard drive fires up and the video card is powered. The led readout shows 3 lites which means it's identified the processor, the led for the ram is on as well. Most noticeably, the standby power switch is on, too. I don't know if this is why the monitor doesn't detect any input. It's a perfectly good card that works (put it in my 5200x2 before and after this experiment).

Any ideas? I've cleared the cmos, moved ram around, and tried the videocard in both slots.

Any guidance is appreciated.
On first boot, these boards like to have only one RAM DIMM installed in the furthest orange slot from the CPU socket. It's a unique quirk that I've seen only with this family of motherboards.

See if that enables the board to fire up.

Hope this helps!
    
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If all 3 LEDs are stuck, there is a CPU (or BIOS) problem. Try booting it up with no RAM installed.
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first thing to do, check all your power connections - i had exactly the same problem today, and it was fixed by moving the floppy power connector for the mobo into another molex.

make sure the mobo is getting sufficient power
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Yeah, make sure you got the

24 pin main
4 pin cpu
4 pin molex
4 pin floppy

all plugged in. My board didn't work without all of them.
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On first boot, these boards like to have only one RAM DIMM installed in the furthest orange slot from the CPU socket. It's a unique quirk that I've seen only with this family of motherboards.

See if that enables the board to fire up.

Hope this helps!
Perfect advice, it worked! I'll have more info later...
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