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« on: April 28, 2004, 12:30:17 AM »

Hello everyone Oki Heres the problem, the computer only starts up sometimes and rare and only after a short break else it just shows a black screen (screen dosent turn on automaticly) and theres no beep, when i finally get it to start it freeses on just after the first boot screen where it tells what Harddrives and C drives are connected to it. If i try going in to bios it sometimes freeses before it changes to bios or while im using bios. I had a theori about some error in bios maybe and ive tried to flash it but its a little hard as u can see, if some one have any clue on what i could try to do pls do so, so far ive tried turning on with out and PCI/AGP cards in it with out CPU in motherboard and IDE cords taken out also with RAM pulled out it changes nothing ive tried to reset bios on motherboard too. Pls help me Thx.

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Operating System Version:WinXP
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Problem Hardware Make & Model: Motherboard GA-7VKMP amd athlon 2000+ 256 MB sdram
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« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2004, 04:49:45 AM »

I think it is a power supply problem. You may want to try replacing the power supply you could have a bad wire that doesn't send the correct voltage to start up your peripherals, also make sure that all your components are installed properly.
Make sure all your cables are secure. Only connect the components that you need, IE Monitor, memory, hdd, fdd, mouse and keyboard. Hope this helps.  A bad power supply can cause a multitude of problems, and unfortunately it is also the last thing people check.  

Good luck
Let me know how it turns out.

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