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Thread: GA-EP45-UD3P Wont post or boot

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    Default GA-EP45-UD3P Wont post or boot

    Hey guys, just got a new Gigabyte motherboard (ga-ep45-ud3p) running
    pq125400- 1gb (PQI25400) ram and a 2.8 pentium d processor. Upon turn
    on the system all the fans and hard drives turn on the then the stytem
    turns off never having posted bios. It keeps resetting and still
    never post anything. We have already tried a diffirent power sluppy
    and a diffirent video card. To check the processor i took it out and
    turn the computer back on and it stayed runnining while still not
    posting bios. This was the only thing that changed without the PC
    resetting. So i guess its the proccessor but I dont know if it should
    still post without a CPU or do i need to get a new 775 and try it in
    there. Any ideas to whats wrong will be greatly appreciated

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    Default Re: GA-EP45-UD3P Wont post or boot

    Change the memory.Buy some cheap 2x1GB PC2 6400(Kingston)
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    Default Re: GA-EP45-UD3P Wont post or boot

    The memory will prevent the bios to post?

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    Default Re: GA-EP45-UD3P Wont post or boot

    If the memory is incompatible with the board then there will be no POST. The board needs a working CPU, some RAM and a video card to POST; those things are required for it to be able to generate an image. POST (power on self test) is basically a test if those components are present and working.
    As stasio said, it probably is a RAM issue, so borrow some RAM or buy some brand name RAM (like Kingston). 1 stick should suffice to test whether it is actually the RAM that's causing the problems.

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