Possible motherboard problem???

July 2, 2011 at 20:00:26
Specs: Win7, 8 Gb
Hi please help. I got an RMA for new RAM, which were then installed and the PC booted up fine. I even played game for half an hour to make sure it works fine. However, it did not boot at all while the RAM LED was flashing. According to the manual, I left it there for a while. When I came back, it was still flashing so I decided to unplug to try it the following day. It still did not boot and LED was just flashing. After so many times like that, I once or twice got the screen where it mentioned something about BIOS CORRUPTED and COMPATIBILITY ISSUEs which I was too dumb to not write it down. Since then I bought an updated BIOS chip from an online vendor which still did not work.
I think there are many possibilities:
Video card's RAM
Motherboard
the NEW RAM
the PROCESSOR
**a side note: this PC was RMA for a leaking radiator which affected motherboard, video card, processor. I since then took off the radiator and replaced with Thermaltake Extreme Heatsink.
**here are the specs:
Phenom II X6
ASUS M4A87TD EVO
RATHEON AMD 6850 1GB
CORSAIR Terminator 4x2GB
EXTREME PSU 600W

THANK YOU ALL IN ADVANCE FOR HELPING ME OUT!!!


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July 3, 2011 at 06:51:54
Sounds like one screw up after another, after another.

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