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KeithW

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#1
Ok, so I have tried various things, and nothing has worked. I have replaced the CPU, the PSU, and the Motherboard, and still, nothing has worked. What else is there to try? I tried resetting the BIOS, but unless the battery is in wrong, that didnt fix it. What else is there to try?

I'll state my problem again. I try to power on, and everything inside the computer starts up, I dont get a post up beep and no feed to the monitor. When it crashed, I was burning a CD, and everything just turned off as if it was a power surge. It worked again after that, after giving me messages about CPU Overclocking. I tried burning the CD again, and it crashed again, and didnt come back up.

So, is there anything else I can try?
 

dreamliner77

The Analog Kid
#2
Don't know exactly what happened, but try:

1) simple setup (with known good parts if possilbe)
power supply
mohterboard
1 stick ram
1 hard drive

2) If you have another box you can try swapping out parts one by one
 
#3
What Dreamliner said, but go back even further.

Just hook up the
Power Supply
MB
CPU
RAM
Video
to see if you get the video and Bios boot.

Make sure that the parts you use for this check are good. Try them in another system

If you get a boot start adding things back in one at a time until you find the guity party.

You could have 2 parts failed (MB IDE and CD) so when you swap things out one at a time the problem never goes away.
 

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