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    Boot problems, no display or beeps of Any kind.


    I recently tried to put my motherboard, processor, video card, etc. in a new case. I was wearing an Anti-static wrist wrap, doing it on a nonconductive surface, and taking every other precaution to make sure nothing went wrong. But now, when I try to boot it up, all of the fans spin and everything looks like it is working, except for I never get anything displayed on the monitor. At first glance this may seem like a very simple problem, however, it isn't for several reasons. 1) I don't get any beeps whatsoever, even when I take the RAM out and try to make it beep. 2) Everything I am using worked in my old case just yesterday, so I doubt it is a software problem. 3) The case wasn't grounding the mobo, I have it on cardboard, with nothing else plugged in but the board, processor, and ram, and it still doesn't work. 4) I have cleared the CMOS 3 times, each time leaving the battery out for 30+ minutes each time. 5) Unless I pull the plug, it doesn't turn off, it turns on just fine by jumping the pins, but it refuses to turn off the same way. I have scoured the internet looking for solutions and have tried just about everything, if you have any ideas, please share. 6) It isn't the monitor or power supply, I replaced both and it still diddnt work.
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    make sure you have the RAM in the right slots, refer to the manual as per dual/triple channel.
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    How is your system now? Is it properly working? Or you still need help?
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    Boot problem


    Hi.
    I also got this trouble. But i figured out that check the RAM slots one by one. If not sure replace your video card.
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    Try re-seating the CPU.

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    I think your Ram is not in the correct slot, just checking it and make sure you have the ram in the correct slot.

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