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post #11 of 28
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I find it strange that with it of the lights on keyboard are on. #lock, caps lock and scroll lock. Don't know never paid attention to that before. As far as video card if I pulled the battery from mombo shouldn't that have reset the bios and onboard video would have been enabled again. Because I get nothing using onboard video either.
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post #12 of 28
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Back at it. Find it strange computer will not shutdown with the reset button also. I know I can rule out PSU would you say it's also safe to rule out Videocard?
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post #13 of 28
Try taking it down to onboard video, one stick of ram, and cpu only and see if it posts. If nothing then I would say your motherboard is pooched.
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post #14 of 28
Sounds like the ram, try removing ram and just use one stick from another machine or use 1 stick of ram and switch between all sticks you have.
post #15 of 28
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Tried 1 stick of ram in all slots than the other stick. Also onboard video nothing. I'm kind of at a loss ready just to buy SB but their not a lot of boards available. Also have OEM windows so if its the board I guess I'm screwed anyways. Just don't see buying another AM3 board right now.
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post #16 of 28
Why would you be screwed for a OEM version of Windows? If you change your hardware you can just reload drivers and re-register it. If it gives you problems call the 800 number and read off your install code and they give you another one. I have the same Win7 that was given to me from Microsoft that I have installed/re-installed on all of my personal computers. If it says that I cannot install it I call India and tell them that I was messing around and BSOD and cannot repair the installation.... they unlock your code and you are good for 5-10 more re-installs
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post #17 of 28
Do you know why my sig rig is "Collapsed"?

Because I had the same thing happen to me. I hoped it was the GPU, the CPU, the PSU and even the RAM.

Guess what it was? Yes, it was exactly what you are thinking.
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post #18 of 28
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Originally Posted by OolerTheInventor View Post
Why would you be screwed for a OEM version of Windows? If you change your hardware you can just reload drivers and re-register it. If it gives you problems call the 800 number and read off your install code and they give you another one. I have the same Win7 that was given to me from Microsoft that I have installed/re-installed on all of my personal computers. If it says that I cannot install it I call India and tell them that I was messing around and BSOD and cannot repair the installation.... they unlock your code and you are good for 5-10 more re-installs
I always heard it was tied to MB.
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post #19 of 28
Prolly tied to all the components in your pc... That does't matter! As mentioned before just call the 800 number and a micro$oft rep will help you IF it doesn't just install. I've had brand new copies of XP come up as invalid. After I'm done cursing and stomping I call and they sort me out everytime
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post #20 of 28
I had my computer do that when I tried overclocking it. I tried reseting the BIOS by taking the battery out and draining the capacitors without the powersupply plugged in and it didn't work, also try pulling a stick of RAM. Thats what fixed mine Idk why though. I was overclocking of course but who knows?
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