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Tips and guide needed.

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Hi and Hallo to all,

I had had build more than 5 rigs to this date.

Every other time had no hussle at all, only slight glitches which was being compromised.

I only upgrading this low end rigs just for my dad to use at his outlet.

Only upgraded the MoBo. The previous MoBo is kaput.

1...AsRock N68C GS FX.

http://www.asrock.co...=Specifications

The rest are all re used hardwares.

1...AMD Sempron 64 3000+ ---- SDA3000IAA3CN

http://www.cpu-world...00CNBOX%29.html

This Sempron is in the supported processor for this MoBo.

http://www.asrock.com/mb/NVIDIA/N68C-GS%20FX/?cat=CPU

The most bottom of the list....LOL

2...PSU Cooler Master 500

3...DDR2 2x 1G

4...2 HDD

5...CD/DVD rw.

The problem I ecountered is fail to boot up. Nothing happened

Only heatsink fan and chassis fan are working ( chassis I connected from PSU directly...not thro' MoBo )

What are things for me to look at???

Thanking you all in advance.

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4 Pin CPU power lead connected to the board ?

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Yeah that was done

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Really sounds like the 4 Pin.

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Could be bad RAM or GFX also. If you have parts to swap, try different RAM in it. If you have a spare card, try that.

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Or even the PSU. PSU could have gone bad and took old mobo with it. Really, it's just time to play component swap like others have said.

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