Cannot boot up my desktop

February 14, 2011 at 11:15:19
Specs: Window Vista Ultimate , 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor (64 bit)
My computer crashed while I was away from my desktop. So, don't know what exactly happened. Tried to boot up with Vista Ultimate Boot Disk. It canot boot up. What happened? The computer did a memoy check, loaded window files about 1/4 way and then dissappeared and went right back to checking memory again. It repeats this loop a few times (memory checking repeatedly) until it froze or the entire screen is blank. I tried with a new hard disk to reboot it, the same thing happened. It cannot boot up. With the new h/disk, it asked for a system disk to be inserted to the DVD drive. I try putting DOS Window 2.0 XP. It went to A> drive. A few minutes later, the whole screen become black/blank. It's unstable. I think the BIOS is corrupted. Any ideas? Becos' I can't boot up and stay in DOS long enough before it goes blank, I can't load a new BIOS. Your help is really appreciated. Thank you. I am at a loss for several weeks now.

My configuration:
2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor (64 bits)
Vists Ultimate Operating system
2 ATI Radeon Garphic cards - 4 monitors
MotherBoard: P965T-A Rev 1.0B
Current BIOS: Phoenix-Award V.00PG P965T-A Ver 1.0f 9/15/2006

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February 14, 2011 at 11:23:58
You computer is over heating. Check the CPU Fan to make sure it is working properly and not clogged with dirt.

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February 16, 2011 at 04:13:14
Hi ace_Omega

I have cleaned the and vacuumed the CPU fan. I still cannot boot up the computer.

Any more suggestions?

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