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SuB8HaVeN

 
Member Since: Aug 29, 2006
Location: Tampa, FL
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Try re-seating the video card (it should be in the AGP slot in the Quicksilver). If that doesn't work, try disconnecting the IDE cables on the motherboard for the hard drive and motherboard. Basically try and boot it up with ONLY the motherboard/logic board, CPU, RAM, video card, and power supply plugged in. Make sure to disconnect the power from the hard drive and CD drive as they may be causing the problem. This will help you narrow the problem down to a certain component. It sounds like you have a sour logic board or video card, but I could be wrong.
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