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That thing just needs a repair, or at worst case reinstall Windows. Nice score.
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Ok so I took most the boards out, cleaned them with duster gas. Took the fan and heatsink off the processor and cleaned it out and applied new thermal paste. I cleaned the fan and heatsink on the video card and applied new themal paste. Put it together and all and power it up with the hard drive that was in my computer. I also put the Windows XP pro install cd in the cd-rom.

All it does at start up is show the black screen where its detecting the drives and stuff, then it shows a pic on the background for the motherboard and it says hit "delete" to inter setup which takes me into BIOS (I think). But if I dont hit anything at start up, it still does the blue screen. It does it so quick that u cant really see it because it restarts the computer when it gets to the blue screen. And the setup for Windows XP pro never comes up.

What do I do????
Edited by Brandon H. - 12/16/08 at 11:12am
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Go into the Bios and make sure that the CD drive is first on the boot list.
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by chance can you boot to safe mode? f5 i think the key is.

when booting hit tab to see the menue option . usually f8 is the boot menue or set it in the bios.
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Here is a video to help explain what its doing. I also went through BIOS to see if u guys notice something wrong. By the way where I ended he movie is when the blue screen pops up for a second and it restarts. And I am running a 20 hard drive to it (on that works)

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*Right-Click and Select "Play" to start movie.
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I am going to try the F5, F8, and TAB key right now
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chance can you boot to safe mode? f5 i think the key is.
when booting hit tab to see the menue option . usually f8 is the boot menue or set it in the bios.
I tried this, when I hit F8 it will get me into the menu options, but when I select something it just goes back to the black blank screen then the computer restarts. I even tried the Windows XP Pro install.
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I am begining to give up on this. The mother board now makes 2 beeps at start up, and doesnt go past that mobo screen on startup. The one that says hit "DELETE" to enter BIOS. I think the mobo is fried.
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post #28 of 30
Try to turn on Plug and play OS, turn off virus detection, turn power managment to auto or default, turn bios update off. Aslo as stated above, make sure the jumpers on the harddrive is set to "Master", and the CD ROM Drive as "Slave". Maybey when you cleaned everything out you didn't reseat everything properly? I would doubble check.
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UPDATE... and still need help lol

I took the whole computer apart and cleaned it all out and put it back together and got it to go past bios. I figured something is dead so I have been trying different stuff with no results. I have tried RAM from a different working computer (in different slots), I have tried 2 other hard drives (both hard drives work), and 2 other video cards (both cards work). But in this computer it doesn't seem to matter what I put in it it just wont boot into windows. I have pics so take a look.

When I start the computer up it gets all the way to this window. When i click safe mode it goes down this list and never does anything after.
http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y17...97854969_0.jpg


And when I restart the computer and tell it to go into normal windows a little loading thing in the bottom comes up and never does anything past that.
http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y17...97855996_0.jpg
It just wont get past this. I have a new Pentium 4 2.8ghz processor coming, and I need to know if I need order a new motherboard, or whatever is causing this.
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post #30 of 30
Well, the only thing that you have not touched is the mobo and the psu. I don't see the mobo causing this and you have a new cpu on the way. So I would stick the cpu in there and if that doesn't work, look at getting a better mobo since you are needing one anyway. I have had this problem but it was a disk read error and you have tested with a known working HDD with a good OS so that can't be it.

But, I'm going to say mobo just cause I don't see the psu or the cpu being the problem.
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