Alright, upon closer examination of my RAM slots it says "UDRAM" so i think that i might possibly have the wrong RAM...on another not i have a...
yep, everything is running smoothly...i hate it when i buy cards wihtout drivers and have to find the damn things on the net.
plugged in the sys speaker...no noise...tryed two different kinds of SDRAM still no dice...this thing is supposed to be backwards compatible but...
the same damn thing is happening to me with my intel 810E mobo...and it's socket 370
it was a driver issue (compaq has a supported driver pack for the tnt2 card no other drivers would work)
just tried SDRAM...still no luck, no hard drive, or devices connected (cept the monitor of course) didn't even get a "no keyboard detected"...
it's an intel 810E chipset...mobo hendrix /p/n - 010697-101
and the whole reason why i haven't cased this thing is because i'd like to be sure it works before doing so
where the on/off/restart thing is supposed to be plugged in the it says SW/LED/HDR, and to the right of that it says SCSI/LED
the RAM i'm using is from my compaq deskpro EN p550...and from what i've looked up about my mobo, it's used in a smaller faster deskpro model.
what if i tryed with NO ram?
where are the start pins?
The RAM is working in my other PC and even if it wasn't compatible the bios would still show up on my monitor would it not?...the only one thing...
actually as soon as i plug in the PSU the LED and fan comes on and it sounds like it's doing it's thing...but nothing shows on screen.
Ok, i'm using a 200 watt power supply, hooked up hard drive and monitor, cpu fan, no on/off switch because i don't have a case. So when i plug in...
i was hoping for a 3.2ghz pentium 4...but thats a WAYS from my price range so for now i'm stickin with my 1.2ghz setup
so 200watts should be fine?...and i kinda was looking to play some games on it...what about PCI cards?
Good, bad, ugly...i'd like to know if i made a good choice for a system running 1.2ghz cpu 128mb ram.
any feedback would be helpful
out of money, couldn't buy...damn
He's got a 120watt PSU...will 200 work ok, or am i gonna need to buy a new one...we are talking a VERY small case here...research e-machines...
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