Asus P8P67 and 2500k CPU LED on no beeps

Ok so, here's the part list first of all. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/zC9ZkT

Here's the story, when I came home from school I decided to take out a stick of RAM and see if the RAM was working right (idk why lol) and it worked with 2GB (had 2x2 kit at the time). Reinstalled the other stick and, CPU LED was on. No Beeps. I thought it was the RAM led so I bought new RAM, then still same problem. I looked up what the LEDs meant and I found out it was the CPU LED. So I quickly assumed I needed a new CPU, and I haven't gotten one yet. This was also last year around the same time. Also, I just now have researched about and it could be the PSU maybe from another thread. I have a friend's I could use which should be sufficient.

Thanks,

Some guy who needs a desktop.
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  1. Test your friend's PSU on your machine and test your RAM on his machine.

    If all OK then you've narrowed it down to your mobo or CPU.

    Can you get into the BIOS?

    Maybe you're due an upgrade anyway! Santa is coming!! ;)
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  2. AverageGangMember said:
    Ok so, here's the part list first of all. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/zC9ZkT

    Here's the story, when I came home from school I decided to take out a stick of RAM and see if the RAM was working right (idk why lol) and it worked with 2GB (had 2x2 kit at the time). Reinstalled the other stick and, CPU LED was on. No Beeps. I thought it was the RAM led so I bought new RAM, then still same problem. I looked up what the LEDs meant and I found out it was the CPU LED. So I quickly assumed I needed a new CPU, and I haven't gotten one yet. This was also last year around the same time. Also, I just now have researched about and it could be the PSU maybe from another thread. I have a friend's I could use which should be sufficient.

    Thanks,

    Some guy who needs a desktop.


    Candan said:
    Test your friend's PSU on your machine and test your RAM on his machine.

    If all OK then you've narrowed it down to your mobo or CPU.

    Can you get into the BIOS?

    Maybe you're due an upgrade anyway! Santa is coming!! ;)



    I have 3 sets none of them work. I will tell him today. I cannot boot into the bios.
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  3. Reset your CMOS?

    If that doesn't work, then you'll need to focus on your mobo or CPU. But "usually" no beeps means a PSU issue
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  4. Candan said:
    Reset your CMOS?

    If that doesn't work, then you'll need to focus on your mobo or CPU. But "usually" no beeps means a PSU issue


    CMOS has been reset multiple times nothing happens. I think I may need to go to a place with a free diagnosis to check up every part.
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  5. Free diagnosis is the best deal! No such thing where I live? How do they make money?!
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  6. Candan said:
    Free diagnosis is the best deal! No such thing where I live? How do they make money?!

    Lol. They make money mainly by repairing other things. They make enough to maintain themselves and have free diagnosis.
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  7. Then what do you need us for? Ha ha
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