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Old April 22nd 04, 07:03 AM
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Just finished installing an Abit IS-10 (mATX intel I865G). Switch on the
power, no beeps, error message from monitor to check conection to pc. Cpu
fan fires up fine.
System also has :
350 watt supply,
2 245mb Buffalo ddr 400 ram
Celeron 2.4 ghz, 400 fsb
Connected a hd, it's getting power.
Disconnected all the front panel switches except the power on,
no help there. Also, the pc will not shut down with the power button, it
has to be unplugged.
What do I do now, send it back to Newegg.com?
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