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post #11 of 12
Sounds like the board pooped out, Ask a buddy if you can try your cpu in there board, And if it works your in luck but the bios chip is dead on your board... did you do a cmos reset???


I've had this issue many times with intel boards I mean INTEL boards that use INTEL cpu's not asus or anything INTEL made boards SUCK.... I've lost 6 of them in 2 years
post #12 of 12
Try cleaning everything first. Some nice alcohol or other degreaser to the bottom of the CPU socket contact point to make sure there isn't some conducting TIM material there. Then use some can compressed air to blow out the pins in the socket and ensure that all the pins are straight and not bent.

I've had several times I thought the MB was dead when in fact it was either a bent pin or just paste shortin things out. Suprisingly, I've never had a dead MB or processor.

Hopefully it's just one of the cleaning items and you'll be back up and running.
    
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