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Old 12-15-2005, 02:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default HELP!!! in Configuring Desktop Hardware

i have a 400w powersupply and i jus bought an OEM IBM A50p's Motherboard, its intel 865G. for that i bought a Pentium 4 3.0ghz with HT and 2 512 mb (ddr400) rams.

basically in past i had another motherboard and once there was a spark on back of motherboard near audio plugs and it jus broke. i was using 2.66ghz intel p4 processor.

the problem is the system is not getting started even when i have assembled everything. power is checked and the system does turns on i think becoz i see processor heatin up and fan working but i dont see anything on screen. its an LCD screen so it automatically turns on. but its not now. trust me theres nothing wrong with lcd. and theres 2 cables that goes from powersupply to motherboard. one is 4 pin and one is 15 pin. i doubt the 4 pin might be broken. but not sure.. help me plzz
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