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post #31 of 35
try the rebuild but try and ground yourself when your building, it could still be a shorting problem. check the case too to see if there are any anomolies that could be touching the underside of your board.

thanks for the rep.
hope things work out.
post #32 of 35
OK try this. Take everything out of the case. Put the motherboard on the desk near the case. Install the CPU and heat sink. Install 1 stick of RAM in the first slot. Put the graphics card in and hook it up to the monitor. Hook up the front panel connectors so you can start her up. Including hooking up the front panel speaker like was posted above.
And make sure ALL of the PSU motherboard power connectors are connected. There are 2 of them.
Then Try starting up again.
You might be grounding out in the case somehow.
This should tell you if everything works at least. You're looking for 1 beep when you start up telling you that it completed POST.
If it doesn't work, try different RAM in different slots.
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post #33 of 35
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Alright so I'm at a stand still now, I am very sure that it is a power error, do you think that the 650 Watt I have in could be a problem?
I have continous short beeps which means that it is a power failure issue. I am going to best buy tomorrow to get a Thermaltake 850 watt power supply to see if this is the issue, I have rebuilt the whole computer. When I hook up all the necessities as follows: Video card, memory, and CPU. I get the power failure issue signal. I tried unplugging one of the components which was the CPU. I do not get the beeping when I do this. If I plug the CPU back in and take all the memory out, I do not get the beeps. Even if I leave the memory out, it does not bootup telling me no memory and I have tested other graphics cards that are known to be working with the same issue. So please I need someone to help.
Also, do you guys think that the Thermaltake TR2 RX 850 watt would do the job if it really is a power issue. Again I have a 650 watt in now.
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Bump still looking for a solution. Sorry for the noobiness.
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post #35 of 35
your psu could be bad i suppose, try taking it back to the shop for a replacement 1st instead of buying a new one. 650watt should be enough for your system.
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