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    Thanks for that MacLoon! It does seem there is...

    Thanks for that MacLoon! It does seem there is something wrong with the logic board. I'll check out this link you sent me.
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    All the hard drives are working well. I had to...

    All the hard drives are working well. I had to put them in the other MacPro to get data off of them. Anyway, I disconnected them all, took out the video card and it does the same thing. No boot no...
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    Update: I went in and took out the CPU's...

    Update: I went in and took out the CPU's individually. I must say it was worth the effort just to see the elegant engineering inside the computer. I'd never taken CPU's out before! Anyway, I'm sorry...
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    Thanks MacLoon, I have nothing to lose by...

    Thanks MacLoon,

    I have nothing to lose by trying your processor trick. Still, it would be nice to know if that GPU light should be on or not. Maybe it's a bad video card? You'd think the computer...
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    RWM: I assume you are asking me if I tried the...

    RWM: I assume you are asking me if I tried the RAM from my 2009 MacPro in the 2006 model. Unfortunately it is not compatible. As far as RAM goes, I have two separate boards with RAM and I took each...
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    MacPro 1,1 won't boot

    It appears that my logic board failed on my MacPro (2006). The light and fans turn on but there is no chime and of course nothing happens. The LED's on the logic board are all off until I push the...
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