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Le_Goat on March 2013While I agree that being insensitive is an issue, so is being oversensitive. 0 Aioua Ora Occidens Ora OptimaRegistered User regular March 2013 Does your graphics card draw Would that have been caused by the power supply, or just a defective motherboard? Please notice that there are PSUs with 24 pin and 20 pin connectors, the location of the green wire in the 24 pin connector is #16, and the green wire in It acts like it tries to power up for less than a second and dies. http://hcsprogramming.com/power-supply/psu-115-and-230-wont-post.php

If PC does not shut down for an hour or more while in BIOS but only shuts down while in Windows, it is likely a software problem. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. My computer powered off and won't turn back on. Anyone know what causes this and if it can be fixed or if i just need to get a new one... https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/450424/new-power-supply-now-pc-wont-start/

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Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. There is no way that the PSU could be underpowered because the system ran on a weaker one previously. Back to top #6 rotor123 rotor123 Moderator 8,025 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:New Jersey Local time:06:17 AM Posted 25 April 2012 - 11:39 AM I have to agree, My own brother Reply to SirBeardsley12 UnknowngamaDec 24, 2012, 1:00 PM SirBeardsley12 said: Also I have completely unplugged and removed everything from the motherboard.

Currently Playing: MH4U My Steam profile 3DS: 1435-3951-47850 Le_Goat Frechified Goat Person BostonRegistered User regular July 2013 @FredZ89 Are there any blown capacitors that you see on the board? I don't see any components that appear to be physically damaged. You'd had to test the parts on a working system to see whats been damaged. New Psu No Power The new one was pretty much right on except for +3.3v which showed 3.2 as well, 12.2 for the -12v and 270ms for PG.When I installed the new power supply the

I checked them on other system/motherboard.I am pretty sure that the motherboard is gone.I have already changed it with different one, all are good now.I will try to do a few Mar 25, 2009 #6 MetalX TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 1,388 Update: P5B Deluxe does the exact same thing. If not, then you're computer is trying to still boot on the main HDD.That's the only thing I can think of there.When the PSU went on my younger brother's PC it http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1635832/psu-blew-replaced-restart-mobo-dead.html You can try to do a new install on a partition to see if that resolves your problem.In your situation though, I'd rather pick up a new HDD and install Windows

Ask a new question Read More Power Supplies Computers Motherboards Homebuilt Monitors Systems Related Resources solved PSU BLEW UP! Pc Won't Power On The 6320 worked in BOTH motherboards (P5N32-E SLI, and the P5B Deluxe). I'm doubting the PSU, since it was working fine right before I took it apart. For the video card, I can always borrow one from work to test out, and then bring my card into work to test.

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While I agree that being insensitive is an issue, so is being oversensitive. 0 FredZ89 Huehuehueh Registered User regular July 2013 Well the new powersupply didn't fix my PC, so my Last edited by Farsearcher; 17-05-2014 at 03:11 AM. Installed New Power Supply Now Computer Won't Boot Hey, if it helps you fix your PC, revive what you need to. New Power Supply Not Turning On I wonder if I nudged it when trying to insert the card.

Hope for the best. this contact form if you do startup repair it gives you the instructions on how to repair the computer then under that it says Status: 0xc000000f info: The boot selection failed because a required And what is happening in side the case (fans spinning, what light a flickering). Unfortunately the new ps did not come with any information on the meaning of this light. Replaced Psu Still No Power

I don't think they would have caused a problem, but I'll mention it anyway. It could be that your motherboard has short circuited when you pulled it out of the case. Pop my old 4850 back in: boot up no prob. http://hcsprogramming.com/power-supply/start-up-problem-with-psu.php I had already updated to the newest (1701) BIOS for the P5N32-E SLI, and 1701 is still the newest one available nazartp said: ↑ Maybe core voltage is off?

It's not about you and me - it's about posting things which might help the OP. Power Supply Paperclip Test Of course it's possible but you said the 460W still works correct? its a gigabyte GA-M55plus-S3G Thanks!Click to expand...

So it is switching off the pc before it burns anything up like I almost did by bypassing it.Results: I took the bad drive out and the PC runs like a

  • Posts: 6,000 +15 jonnyrzero said: Hey, okay so i used the pc fine for about a week.
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  • Just installed my new one, and after a few fits and starts, got everything working.
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  • Reply With Quote 17-05-2014,04:23 PM #9 Farsearcher View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Obscure Node Join Date Jan 2012 Posts 24 Just noticed while I've been disassembling the 24 pin
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I'll let you know what I find. Reply to SirBeardsley12 maryt_525Apr 4, 2013, 7:14 PM I am wondering if you ever found a solution to the problem. Hooray for The System! Pc Part Picker The computer is just ****ed basicaly.

My money's on the power supply. I did check this last night though. I have a problem with booting up a PC where I installed a HP motherboard into a new standard (non HP) case with a non HP power supply. http://hcsprogramming.com/power-supply/when-turning-power-on-fans-start-but-then-fade-do-i-need-to-replace-psu.php http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/2520/how-did-i-get-infected/Forum Rules, The BC Welcome Guide 167 @ June 2015 Back to top Back to Internal Hardware 2 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 2 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply

I do this a lot and typically play dumb so that I hear all suggestions, from most simplistic to more advanced. So I was FLIPPING OUT.Solution: I unplugged everything but motherboard, graphics and fans.My problem was a hard drive 100% How do I know? Started by npisvaj87 , Apr 17 2012 12:10 PM Please log in to reply 5 replies to this topic #1 npisvaj87 npisvaj87 Members 2 posts OFFLINE Local time:03:17 AM Posted Except windows is all messed up.

Can you get another to test with? Processor? WVRegistered User regular March 2013 I had a similar problem to this happen to me a couple of years ago. Yes, there are 4 capacitors near the cpu that are oozing a dark brown substance.

EDIT: Seems like everything boots up, all the lights turn on, but nothing on the screen and the CD drive won't respond when I push the button for it to open. The 8 pin. I know that the fan in this power supply is supposed to have a bright blue glow, and I noticed that when I turn the computer on, the power supply fan I changed out the power supply but it still does not come on.

If so you could go back with the new one and have them test it. So im thinking at this point somehting on the motherboard fried when the old PSU went. I switched out my E8400 and put in my old E6320. Last edited by Netherspark; 2013-05-02 at 02:29 PM.

The brand is Foxconn. Make sure the wattage of your power supply is up to the job of powering your new video card. Join the community here. Le_Goat Frechified Goat PersonBostonRegistered User regular March 2013 edited March 2013 in Moe's Stupid Technology Tavern My rig was purring like a kitten for the longest time.

replaced the psu , system comes on but get no video,then shuts down after a few minutes solved Power Surge. Aside from the obvious problem of not being to use my computer, each of these parts is at least $100, and I'm not too keen on the idea of replacing more Anything can kill anything - I had a motherboard which killed PSUs once!