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Re: [vox-tech] failed to build a computer

Most of the systems I have built used "beep" codes for he most serious failures. This required a small speaker
(usually comes with case) and connection from mobo. Manual should tell you what beep codes mean.


On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 8:06 AM, Hai Yi <yihai2004@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello all:

I am in the process of building a new desktop, and ran into some serious problems. I've been struggling with them for the past two days w/o too much success.

Please kindly bear with me. These are my desktop's specs:

Case: Silverstone FT02B
CPU: i7-950
Video Card: Radeon HD 5870
Memory:GSkill 4G * 2 DDR3 1600
SSD: Kingston 128G

I also use a old HDD (250G) for now.

The problem is, after I wired up all internal wires and powered up the system, the system kept resetting, and there is no video signals. If I pressed the "cle cmos" button (there is one on the ft02B case, so I guess I don't have to jump) during this process, the reseting stops, but still no video signals. Next time I power up, the above happens again.

both atx_12v_2x and atx slots were hooked up with the PSU; two rams were on bank 1 &2; power/reset sw and others were rightly put in the F_PANEL.

two PCI-E cables from PSU were hooked up with the video card to feed power.

It seems to me that I've exhausted all avenues I can think of to tackle the problem, well, before I came here. :-)

Can anyone give me a hand here?

Thanks a lot!

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