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Name things that could be wrong. No beeps or anything, no video to monitor.
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Can you turn the computer off with the power button on the case?
If no, the motherboard isn't responding.
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Originally Posted by dudemanppl View Post
Name things that could be wrong. No beeps or anything, no video to monitor.
Plugged in?

Reseat Dimms, GPU, CPU.
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post #4 of 8
- Unstable overclock: clear CMOS and reset bios.
- Failing video card: remove the video card, and try turning on the rig.
- Failing power supply: try another power supply if you have one.
- Main connectors loose: reseat 24 pin and 8 or 4 pin EPS.
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Was unstable OC, reset BIOS then posted this. So its not that. I can turn it off from the case. I took out all the ram except 1 stick and still didn't boot, I'll try taking out the graphics cards.
post #6 of 8
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Double post time! Nothing worked. MB dead or what? If so, then I guess I'm upgrading.
post #7 of 8
Sandy Bridge time!!!!!!!!!!

(Did you try taking the battery out of the motherboard as the method of choice for clearing CMOS? If not, attempt to do that. Probably the MB is dead... not likely the CPU).
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post #8 of 8
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Tried another CPU, still not working. The mobo has a thing that displays post codes and it says its posting. I clear CMOS by pressing the clear CMOS button on some of the EVGA motherboards. I should try taking out the battery...

Okay, its dead. Sandy Bridge here I come!
Edited by dudemanppl - 1/23/11 at 12:19pm
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