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ok im trying to turn a computer on for the first time and what are som potantial reasons a computer would act like it wasnt grounded i dont have anything connected to it so its not that a wire is touching ground its a epox 8-kha+ i dont know what else to tell you just what do you think some reasons are that its acting like this

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because it comes on for a half a sec and then cuts back off its like if you didnt hace a cc grounded you know how it comes on for a sec then cuts off it does the same thing it might not be that it might be some other prob not really sure

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i had my friends comp doin that once...it would come on for like half a sec then turn off....turns out that the pugs on the mobo were started to get pulled off and i pushed in on them and it came on...dunno if thats what your problem is or not

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friends comp did that, and it turns out that he had "updated" the bios on his asus a7n266-vx, but accidentally put the bios for the a7n266-vn, and he had to send it to sony's repair facility, way down south, for them to replace the mobo cause they couldn't manually re-flash the bios :(

 

i dunno, but maybe that's it

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Im having the exact same problem with my new system i just built today, an epox 8rda+ 2100 XP

 

i also get a really short beep

 

did u fix it justinal?

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nope it was a bad mobo but i didnt get any beeps it just came on just enough to power up for a half of sec then went off what else is happening with your system explain the prob and give some specs and ill try to see whats wrong with your system

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i got it working :) somethging to do with the memory, when using 2 sticks with duel memory on the epox 8rda+ they have to be in particular slots, thought i had fried my CPU, but the slk800 is keeping it at a chilli 26 degrees for CPU 28 for system @ 133fsb havent over clocked yet :) glad i didnt have to buy a new CPU

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