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PC wont Boot Up

Posted on 2008-09-29
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Hi,
My PC has a booting problem, during boot up theres no display on my monitor but the PSU fan and Proc fan is running, and my monitor on/off indicator lamp is yellow, theres no beep sound during boot-up.
But after removing and placing the memory it boots up perfectly but when I turned off the PC the boot up problem occured again...
Tried removing the PCI-e videocard and use the onboard video but the problem still exist.

I have Q6600 Proc - 2pcs. of 2gb Team Elite memory - Intel DG33TL motherboard - 500W Epsilon PSU - Nvidia 7300 Videocard.
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Reset the motherboard BIOS to force default settings.  Then try each memory module separately - one of them may be bad and is preventing the system from booting up. You can test them separately with the Memtest86+ program on the UltimateBoot CD: http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/
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Thanks! this really help a lot..
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