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timbabin
2000-04-12T16:43:38Z
The fans come on but nothing else.
Sometimes when I reseat everything,
I get long beeps.


Abit Bf6
64MB PC133
cel 366 PPGA
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yeababy!!!
2000-04-12T22:03:38Z
The memory controller is not refreshing DRAM.
Try reseating memory.

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Chernobyl
2000-05-29T18:39:38Z
I've had this problem when I first built a system...sometimes there is a switch on the back of your Power supply that switches it from a 220V input to a 110V input. Took me 3 days to figure that out...could swear up and down that I had a bad motherboard...
Cyric
2000-05-30T01:01:38Z
Check that all the wires that lead from the power supply to the motherboard are properly seated... I had that problem the first time I built a system.. it scared the hell out of me.. hehe...
steveo
2000-05-30T05:27:38Z
Try making sure the CPU is seated correctly as well, it may not be pressed in its slot properly. Need to press it in firmly
Proctor
2000-05-30T13:43:38Z
everyone else seemed to have coverd this but there are 4 reasons why your computer wont show anything on your monitor, Ram, CPU, Video card, or motherboard.
I would just make sure everything is pushed in nice and tight. You may have to push extremely hard but becareful not to break your motherboard.

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lenguyenphat
2000-06-01T15:33:38Z
The problem on on RAM,
With your Celeron 366, you can use
PC-66 SDRAM, with your PC-133 SDRAM
I think, happening an "Incompatible"
between your SDRAM and your mobo