Before you go removing the X1000 motherboard there is one more possibility to investigate.kilaueabart wrote:No, no X1000. I haven't heard from Amigakit for a long time, so I just asked whether I must consider that compute to be junk.
1. Remove/Disconnect everything except the CFcard. Yes that includes the graphics card and memory sticks.
---Push the white tabs back toward the board to remove the memory. They go back in only one way.
2. Switch ON. Which motherboard LEDs are ON?
---On my X1000, the 2 LEDs on the right blink ON as soon as the power button is pressed and then
---immediately go OFF. Then the three LEDs just to their left lite up and stay ON.
3. If your LEDs are as they should be re-insert the memory, a good push untill the tabs self lock in,
---and test the LEDs again.
Let us know this info before going further.
LEDs without mem.?
LEDs with mem.?