Posted 04 June 2010 - 09:04 AM
So, if you press the delete key (usually a universal way of getting into the bios) it does not enter the bios options? If this is the case, make certain that your keyboard is working properly (use a PS/2 keyboard if possible).
If you are able to get into the bios options, relay for us what IDE or SATA drives that it is showing (usually your hard drive, DVD-ROM, etc). This will tell us some of the info that the computer is grabbing during P.O.S.T.
Several things could be bad:
RAM (There's a good chance this is the problem)
HDD (probably not as you should get an error)
I'm thinking it's the RAM or MOBO.