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Old 01-18-2006, 11:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Is it possible to test mobo without CPU?

Hi Guru,

I finished building my comp, but it doesn't has a Beep sound or "POST" when power up, monitor shown no signal input also. Everything work, LED, FAN, PSU, and I'm recheck everything and found that they are in the correct direction, all of them. I removed CPU and found it ok, no pin bent, no overheat, I lay it down in the correct direction.

So, is it possible for me to check my mobo by power on without CPU, RAM, just only mobo?

Will it beep/POST? if it still good.
As I understand, if it doesn't beep/post, my mobo is not work.
If it beep/post without CPU, maybe my CPU is now work, right?

Thank you.
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