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lejChris

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I just reviewed your thread on the "packard 820" case. I the same problem with a HP XT933 system. No boot, No posts, and no beeps. Unable to get to BIOS. The system P/S has a green light indicate. No other obvious symptoms. I've systematically disconnected all devices, swapped Ram chips and replaced cables.


I've had the same problem from a brand new M/B I placed on another barebone system. Is this becoming a plague or what.

Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
 

~Candy~

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Hi and welcome. Do you have another power supply you can try?
 

lejChris

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tried new P/S. The strange thing is that I removed the RAM chips,
the CPU, and and the battery. Still the same results. It seems that all CMOS info is lost. Could this be?
 

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Try shorting the cmos jumper pin on the motherboard. Unplug the power supply to the motherboard first.
 
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