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Old July 4th 08, 03:27 AM posted to alt.comp.mainboards.abit
Roger Bowen
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Default Problem with KV8 PRO

Greetings All,

The problem I am seeing is that the machine sort of starts, gets nowhere and
then attempts to restart.
The machine has an Abit KV8PRO with an Athlon 64 3000+

The Post Code display is:
Click click

The explanation of the Post Code available on the abit website indicates
that the Power supply may be faulty.
Has anyone seen anything similar?

Thanks in advance


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