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post #1 of 16
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This is my first build ever, so i have no clue whats wrong. i put everything in the case, screwed down the motherboard, and attched everything like the manuals said, but when i try to boot it up, nothing happens....but i get this one green light between the RAM and The 24 pin Power connecter..heres a pic.

i have a Intel DP35DPM board, 4 gigs g skill RAM, and a Q6600 that came with the board, they already put it in the board.

any help would be great....+rep for any suggestions

sorry bout thepic heres a link http://i287.photobucket.com/albums/l...s/DSC00344.jpg
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post #2 of 16
I thought you have to dual channel the ram? Try putting the 2nd stick of ram into the 3rd slot
post #3 of 16
try with only 2gb of ram in
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Originally Posted by MeRcChRiS View Post
I thought you have to dual channel the ram? Try putting the 2nd stick of ram into the 3rd slot
no its an option you dont have to. but to yeild the best proformance you should have it in the corrasponding ram slot. usually they are color coated to make it easier to find out.
post #5 of 16
You did install the motherboard stands right? Otherwise you will short circuit.
post #6 of 16
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ok....tryed both ideas....now when i turn the power button on, the fans go on for a second, then turn off...idk..
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post #7 of 16
Hi. Sorry 'bout the bummer....

Where did you get this motherboard?

Did you remove the chip from the socket to ensure that there was no debris?

Do you know that all the other components function?

Sorry for so many questions, but the answers may be relevant.

Have you tried to Boot with only 1 stick of RAM? Did you try each stick on its own?

Okay... I'll stop asking questions

Still... I would trya a bare minumum (hardware) boot after a full power-down and a CMOS clear.

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post #8 of 16
You have a short. If fans and lights kick in for a second or 2 then you are grounded somewhere. Make sure you did not tighten boards screws like I did once.
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post #9 of 16
is the grounding cable from the PSU plugged into the mobo? there should be two cables from the PSU that you plug into the motherboard

one big 20/24pin and one smaller 4pin
Edited by SiNiSt3r - 6/26/08 at 6:29pm
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post #10 of 16
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Originally Posted by Syrillian View Post
Hi. Sorry 'bout the bummer....

Where did you get this motherboard?

Did you remove the chip from the socket to ensure that there was no debris?

Do you know that all the other components function?

Sorry for so many questions, but the answers may be relevant.

Have you tried to Boot with only 1 stick of RAM? Did you try each stick on its own?

Okay... I'll stop asking questions

Still... I would trya a bare minumum (hardware) boot after a full power-down and a CMOS clear.

i agree with you
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