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When i start up i get nothing on my monitor, and its a brand new mobo

1 gb ram
40 gb and 1 80 gb maxtor
350w encer psu
gigabyte Ga-k8n51gmf-rh
and cpu newcasle 3400+ 754

but heres my dilemma, i have a ground pin missing on my cpu, could this be the problem as from looking into the pin it is a ground one
any help would be appreciated

Thanks - Mark
 

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Yea it is actually on the processor, and i cant get into the bios at all ithink the pin is b29 or along them lines right on the edge
 

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Does the fans spin and everything? Any beeps? Do you get any display on the monitor?
 

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nothing displayed on the monitor, no beeps (prehaps it not having a beeder might cause that
) and all lights and fans are on
 

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Well, does things like the hard drive wur? Also plug the beeper in, the code can tell us what problem it might have.
 

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yup i belive so and even if they didnt i would be able to get into the bios + i dont have a beeper
 

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Well if it is a ground pin which is missing on the cpu the pc should have booted , but if it isnt it may be causing this, to be sure i would insert another cpu and check if it works
Offcourse the problem might not be the cpu ,
first try reseting the bios
then remove all components except cpu-ram, if u still get a problem here try using only one ram chip. then one by one insert the components on trying to find which one is causing the havoc
 

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nothing at all! still nothing coming up on monitor but sounds well, this just cpu and ram still no responce on screen
 

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this means no signal from the mobo which most probably means that either onboard is not selected or you have a dead mobo try look for a jumper on the motherboard which selects it , or look at the manual of the mobo , if you tell me the motherboard i might be able to help you out
 
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