Originally Posted by HAVOC
Have you tinkered at all with settings in the BIOS? You should probably clear the the CMOS and try to reboot.
Shut down, unplug power from PSU. After a few minutes look for the little silver watch type battery on the mobo. Pull it out and then replace it about 10 minutes later.
Then try to reboot and see if you have the same issue.
nope i dont play around with the BIOS at all lol
and ok ill try that in a min thanks for your help
Ok i reset the CMOS
when it first booted up it come up with this
DQS training on previous boot, reverted to slower DRAM speed
then it asked me to set the time/date so i did and it booted up just fine