I'm trying to build a system with a MSI K8T Neo-FSR motherboard, an Athlon 64 3400+\nCPU and a (known-to-work) Radeon 9700. It's not booting or beeping, and I'm getting\n4 red LED's. At the moment I have nothing but the above parts (and the diagnostic\nbracket) plugged into the motherboard.\n\nFirst, I'm not sure I have the processor and CPU fan installed properly. I bought the\nretail version with the generic Athlon CPU fan, and the instructions seem to indicate\nthat you need to hook the fan lever into or underneath the retaining clip somehow. Is\nthis true? It doesn't look to me like this needs to be done, and I haven't found a clear\npicture of how it should look when you're done (the picture in the manual isn't clear).\n\nSecond, I believe I've done all the obvious stuff (disconnect every unessential\ncomponent, clear the CMOS, remove and replace the battery, remove the memory) and\nget the same results. So I'm down to checking my motherboard installation into the\ncase and checking the processor installation.\n\nIs it enough to put the motherboard onto the static bag it came with in order to safely\npower it on outside the case? Or should I buy a big anti-static mat? (Wouldn't hurt\nanyway, I know.)\n\nAlso, any other gotchas I'm missing here? I think I've got another AGP card around\nsomewhere I could try, too, but the one in there was working with my last PC.