When I turn it on I get a beep code, 1 long 3 short. Google said that it means there is a ram problem. I had 4 sticks in it, I removed all but 1 and tried and still had the problem, tried putting that stick in another slot and tried another stick in all the slots too in case it was that one stick the problem.
It's an intel board (don't know the model number) and had a PII 233 and I just switched it out with an old PII450 I had.
Also I put in two CD-Rom drives... Could that be a problem? I made sure to put one master and on slave jumper and I used that end plug for the master and the middle plug for the salve and the other end for the mobo.
I double checked the floppy drive and I am pretty sure that the Pin1 is not switched around.
All power connectors have been plugged in.
Checked all the expansion cards to make sure eveything is seated right and everything looks good...
I did have to force the PII processor a little bit but googling people said that it is normal for a Pentium 2 needing a little bit of extra force since it is a slot processor.
Edited by Klinkaroo, 27 January 2008 - 02:35 PM.