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Postby Dany_lu » Tue Nov 12, 2002 2:10 pm

ok thank u for the help i have wrote an email to gigabyte.com i hope they can also help me

Thank u a lot
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Keep it simple to start with...

Postby rustom » Wed Nov 13, 2002 4:30 am

What I think everyone is trying to say is, to begin with, only assemble the minimum set of components:

1. Case/motherboard.
2. Processor/heatsink/fan.
3. Memory (only one DIMM to begin with).
4. Video card.

Don't insert any other cards, don't wire up the HD, floppy disk, CD-ROM or any other hardware.

Now try powering up the system.

If the system doesn't boot, try:

1. Unplug the CPU and replug it in. Make sure the CPU fan is plugged in to the correct 'fan' power supply.

2. Unplug the memory and re-seat it.

3. Unplug the video card and reseat it. Make sure the card is 'fully' in the AGP slot and that it is not 'tilted' with the back end slightly out of the connector. I was caught out by this one recently :-(

Finally, make a note of the beep order (slow-long-slow-slow-long, or whatever) and contact the mobo manufacturer to see what it means.

Paul
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Postby Dany_lu » Wed Nov 13, 2002 5:11 am

Hy
thx for your help i will try it and then i will say it to u if it was successfully or not THX
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THANK U A LOT

Postby Dany_lu » Wed Nov 13, 2002 12:10 pm


Hello at all Helper

I thank u a lot for the help my problem is resolve it was that one of my RAM were defkt so now it works
THX a lot :D :D :D :D :D
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