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    Computer powers on, No beep, No POST, No display. Need help!

    Just installed CPU, mobo and RAM in a new chassis. Specs are: P4 650, ASUS P5GD1 PRO, 4 x 1GB Kingston ValueRAM PC3200. When I switch on the power button, there is no display, no beep but the CPU, VC and chassis fans are all running. Then what happens when I leave the system on is that it powers off by itself. The more I try to power on, the quicker the power off would be. I've tried reseating the CPU and replacing thermal paste, rearranging RAM sticks, replacing the CMOS battery as well as resetting the mobo. Any suggestions?
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    Test for POST with only one memory module.
    "I know nothing."
    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinma View Post
    Test for POST with only one memory module.
    +1
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    Tested with one module, still not booting up. :-(
    Core 2 Quad Q9550, ASUS P5QL PRO, 8GB PC2-6400, 120GB SSD, 2x1TB SATA, GeForce GTX 260 SP216

    Core 2 Duo E8500, ASUS P5Q SE2, 8GB PC2-8500, 2x1TB SATA, GeForce GTX 275

    Core 2 Duo E7500, MSI G41M-P28, 4GB PC3-10600, 500GB SATA, GeForce GTX 650

    Pentium E6600, MSI P35 Platinum, 6GB PC2-6400, 500GB SATA, GeForce 8800GT

    P4 650, ASUS P5GD1 PRO, 4GB DC PC3200, 2 x 300GB SATA, GeForce 9500GT

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    Try it with a different psu if you have another. If nothing changes, it's more likely to be the motherboard than the cpu. If you have another video card I'd try that too.

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    By the way, I forgot to mention that the cpu/mobo/ram have been in stored in the mobo's box inside the anti-static bag for half a year. But it was working before I kept it. First time I've encountered something like this.
    Core 2 Quad Q9550, ASUS P5QL PRO, 8GB PC2-6400, 120GB SSD, 2x1TB SATA, GeForce GTX 260 SP216

    Core 2 Duo E8500, ASUS P5Q SE2, 8GB PC2-8500, 2x1TB SATA, GeForce GTX 275

    Core 2 Duo E7500, MSI G41M-P28, 4GB PC3-10600, 500GB SATA, GeForce GTX 650

    Pentium E6600, MSI P35 Platinum, 6GB PC2-6400, 500GB SATA, GeForce 8800GT

    P4 650, ASUS P5GD1 PRO, 4GB DC PC3200, 2 x 300GB SATA, GeForce 9500GT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulge
    ... stored in the mobo's box inside the anti-static bag for half a year...
    Test with another CMOS battery.
    "I know nothing."
    Cheers.

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    Already did test with 2 new CMOS batteries. Still no luck.
    Core 2 Quad Q9550, ASUS P5QL PRO, 8GB PC2-6400, 120GB SSD, 2x1TB SATA, GeForce GTX 260 SP216

    Core 2 Duo E8500, ASUS P5Q SE2, 8GB PC2-8500, 2x1TB SATA, GeForce GTX 275

    Core 2 Duo E7500, MSI G41M-P28, 4GB PC3-10600, 500GB SATA, GeForce GTX 650

    Pentium E6600, MSI P35 Platinum, 6GB PC2-6400, 500GB SATA, GeForce 8800GT

    P4 650, ASUS P5GD1 PRO, 4GB DC PC3200, 2 x 300GB SATA, GeForce 9500GT

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    Hello, Any luck yet?

    When you tried single memory module, did you try each memory stick separately? Different slots?

    Can you verify if all leads are putting out correct voltage when connected and powered on?
    Does PSU get hot quickly or push warm air?

    Do any LEDS come on?


    Have you tried booting with no drives or minimal peripherals attached?
    Tried swapping video cards?

    Probably is motherboard or PSU but I'd still check just in case.

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    After reading your complain problems in your Power supply, during the running your wired disconnect then your CPU will not work properly. So go to market and check your power supply hope it will fine. Sometime my CPU have happened same thing after this process it works properly.

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