My apologies. I got distracted while posting and forgot that little tidbit about no display being present! That definitely does present a problem with reading the results of the memory test! Sorry!
OK, back to the beginning....
First, make sure that you have only these things hooked up:
2) CPU (with cooler and fan)
3) Power Supply
4) Memory (RAM)
5) Video Card
7) Floppy drive (CD drive if you don't have a floppy)
Then boot using a DOS boot disk (free from: http://www.bootdisk.com
- If the monitor works, then everything is working fine. Then you can start adding things, one by one, until the problem recurs (The next step is to add a hard drive and Windows in order to get the system to boot on it's own).
- If it doesn't work, then you've got to start troubleshooting the pieces that you've used above. Replace them, one by one, until the problem goes away. If you purchased them from one source you may want to contact them about how to proceed with the RMA authorization.
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