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I just purchased a new cpu(amd athlon64 3700) a new mobo (ASRock 939 dual Sata2) and case (Rosewill) and cant seem to get it too start up. Its not the first time Ive built a pc just the first in six years. Ive check the cpu too make sure its set right(it is). The case is powering up. Ive set my agp card (ATI Radeon x700pro) connected it to a power supply cable. I think it may be the memory Iam using(pqi power memory ddr266 dual channel) The manual to my mobo said that i would be able to usle slower ddr but Im not sure if it s true(or maybe my memory just sucks). I boot my pc and all I get is a "no signal sign" on my moniter. I hope some one can help me with my prob. Thanks
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Hello and welcome to the forums phelixnyc,

Possibly the bios was set to recognise a higher degree of ram. I have seen this happen in the past with a board that had been tested with higher degree ram.

Turn the computer off. Turn it back on whilst pressing down on the <Insert> key. If you get a boot (monitor light turns green) then press the del (or whatever key sequence it is to enter your CMOS Setup) and enter the CMOS BIOS Setup. Select default settings, save the settings and reboot.

If you do not get the boot, then remove your power cord and open the side of your computer case. Remove the CMOS battery backup for 10 minutes. Replace the battery and power cord.

Attempt powerup.

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That "No Signal" message on the monitor usually comes out when the monitor isn't hooked up right. Try checking the connection between the video card and your monitor.
Does the PC post (beeps a few seconds after you turn it on)? Can you access the BIOS? If it does and you already ruled out any video problems then it could be the memory. Set the appropiate settings on the BIOS.
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Thanx for all your help Ive figured my error and have corrected it and my pc is up and running. Thanx
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