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    Intel D101GGC Motherboard will not POST


    I have a Intel D101ggcl with a Intel Celeron 3.2Ghz Socket 775
    450W power supply.

    LED light on motherboard getting power is on. Turn on system, light on 3.5 is lit. Can not get either DVD/CD-Rom drives to open. No POST sounds are heard.

    Help QUICKLY would be great....DH's Mom is breathing down my neck for this machine...ugghhhh
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    try re-seating the CPU, remove everything that is not absolutely required including the HDD and opticals...if it still won't post either the CPU or the mobo is most likely defective.
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    Originally Posted by tj_nt
    try re-seating the CPU, remove everything that is not absolutely required including the HDD and opticals...if it still won't post either the CPU or the mobo is most likely defective.
    I have reseated the CPU with no difference. The power switch on the front is lit, but I can not get it to turn the motherboard off. I had already went by the KISS (keep it simple stupid) method and had removed everything out of the tower and reseated everything...all the power clips, etc. I do have the 4 prong power supply on the motherboard as week.

    This mother board has a chassis intrusion system, but there is nothing on the chassis door to hook up to that...is anyone familiar with this security system?? Since theres nothing to hook to it on the side does it need a jumper??????
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    did you check the CPU for exact compatibility?

    http://www.intel.com/design/motherbd/gc/gc_proc.htm
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    Originally Posted by tj_nt
    did you check the CPU for exact compatibility?

    http://www.intel.com/design/motherbd/gc/gc_proc.htm
    Yes this is the cpu that I have and that they have listed:

    Intel® Celeron® D 351 3.26 GHz 533 MHz 256 KB 0302 or greater

    This was a barebones kit that i purchased where all the compatible things were included.....i am in the process of totally reseating the mother board and everything else again...making sure theres nothing touching the chassis.

    Thanks for all the help and quick replies so far
    Abs
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    Ok, I hope you find the problem without having to return anything...
    I know sometimes questions sound like insults but nobody can cover all the bases so you just have to guess sometimes.

    Good Luck, hope to see a "resolved" reply soon!
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    Got It Fixed


    Originally Posted by tj_nt
    Ok, I hope you find the problem without having to return anything...
    I know sometimes questions sound like insults but nobody can cover all the bases so you just have to guess sometimes.

    Good Luck, hope to see a "resolved" reply soon!
    Motherboard was shorting out on the chassis...Got it fixed...THANK you so much for taking the time to at least read and reply to my post!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Abbie
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    Thumbs up


    congrats!
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    Im having a very similar problem the green led on the board lights up and when i press the power switch the cpu fan runs for a quick sec then it stops nothing else happens after that any clue what my prob could be
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    Intel P - IV 3.0 GHz CPU D101GGC Motherboard


    Hello

    I have Intel P - IV 3.0 GHz CPU with D101GGC Intel Box Motherboard,I am not getting the display.
    I check all the connection and reset the jumper, also I disconnected all connection from the motherboard for a day, but still facing the same problem.Pls suggest me what is the problem, may be a Motherboard failure or CPU or something else.

    Thanking u
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    Same problem


    Originally Posted by o0o_eternal_o0o
    Im having a very similar problem the green led on the board lights up and when i press the power switch the cpu fan runs for a quick sec then it stops nothing else happens after that any clue what my prob could be
    Heyy, am having the same problem, just got a new PSU - Enterage 450W.

    The PC was working perfectly until I changed to this. Now, I can even get it working with my old PSU
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    same problem


    Originally Posted by o0o_eternal_o0o
    Im having a very similar problem the green led on the board lights up and when i press the power switch the cpu fan runs for a quick sec then it stops nothing else happens after that any clue what my prob could be
    Heyy, am having the same problem, just got a new PSU - Enterage 450W.

    The PC was working perfectly until I changed to this. Now, I can even get it working with my old PSU
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    check to make sure the 4 pin CPU power lead is plugged into the mobo correctly...

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