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Old 09-15-2005, 06:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
RicoDirenzo
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Pull everything off the puter except the hard drive, memory and video card. Power the puter up with the original memory stick. If nothing happens I would suggest you try to convince a friend to temporarily allow to to use their power supply to see the result. If you add another working powrer supply and are running minimal devices at boot, your mobo is probably the culprit. I'll wager that it's the PSU. It's hard to imagine that you have 4 bad mem sticks!
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