Does your system boot? If no, then
Check if your processor is on the compatibility list and make sure to check which bios version does the board requires for the cpu to work properly:
Then make sure that the memory you are using has the features as mentionned on this page:
Note: Changing the memory voltage and speed may affect the board and void your warranty.
If both of these components meet the requirements, then continue to the next steps.
1. Remove the memory
Does the board issue any beeps? If yes, how many?
2. Switch the bios jumper to maintenance mode
Does the system boot into the bios directly?
3. Try the no boot wizard
All the best,
Thank you for the response. I wish I had seen the wizard a few days ago. I have done all items in the wizard, including removing all hard drives and optical drives, and removing all adapters and memory. Board will not boot. Fan on the power supply never turns on, nor do the cooling fans. Power supply is brand new and tests good off the system. Is there anyway to test and prove the motherboard is bad, without just buying a new one and replacing it? How can I check if it is the processor and not the motherboard. This system has worked fine for over 4 years, so it is not a compatability problem. The power supply probably failed, even though it still shows correct voltages, which is why I replaced it. It probably fried the motherboard in the process of failing, but I was hoping to find a way to prove that the motherboard is bad. Thanks again for the help.