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I even reseated the internal speaker in case it came loose while I was removing all the cables. Reply With Quote 07-16-11,02:56 PM #14 trents View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Dec 2008 Location Centralia, WA There is a question in my mind as to lololol" -Tokae "NOT FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA." Reply With Quote Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation General Hardware Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions And, like I said, the system was shutdown cleanly - no power cord being jerked or anything.

Both connectors are needed to boot.posted by Benny Andajetz at 11:29 AM on October 17, 2014 OP here. Reply With Quote 07-15-11,03:30 PM #9 fall View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Dec 2010 Location Arlington Originally Posted by Pazuzu The mb and cpu are old and Based on what you've told us, though, you've got a bad motherboard. May I'll try that tomorrow.

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I used my working video card from previous. Do you or someone else think it can be explained with the scratches at the back of the motherboard?I tried to take of the holder to the CPU cooler and there All posts copyright their original authors. solved My Computer won't POST solved Added 2nd GPU: Computer won't POST??

I mean it's probably happened once in my life where "for no reason" a device just ups and dies. I might go out tonight to get one, otherwise I'll have to order online and wait a few days. 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 Computer Won't Post Bios Additional Guides: Here are three other guides to help you out if you need them: Computer Won't Turn On from About.com How to Figure out Why a Computer Won't Boot: 12

sygyzy Lifer Joined: Oct 21, 2000 Messages: 14,001 Likes Received: 1 Hi, I consider myself a fairly savvy computer user, having built my own systems since the mid 90's. Pc Suddenly Won't Post If you cannot do that, use a DMM to measure the voltages. I have not reseated the processor yet. Make sure that all the power cables are plugged in.

See if you can get a case buzzer and plug it into the speaker pins on the motherboard (in the F_Panel pin block). Computer Won't Post No Display The socket was designed by sadists and is easy to damage. Steam - Synthetic Violence | XBOX Live - Cannonfuse | PSN - CastleBravo | Twitch - SoggybiscuitPA0 Le_Goat Frechified Goat Person BostonRegistered User regular April 2013 My dumb ass forgot to Did you try using the "onboard" graphics VGA ?

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BTW 'booting' into bios is POST, BOOT is to an operating system. browse this site The only thing unusual about this system is that the motherboard only has SATA connectors and the harddrives and DVD drives are IDE and are connected to the motherboard via an Computer Won't Post No Beeps Good luck! 0 Kharnastus Registered User regular April 2013 my experience with things not posting has normally ended up with dead motherboards... Computer Won't Post Keeps Restarting In April 2008, I launched Hardware Revolution and ...

I knew I would have to change it sooner or later, so I'll probably buy a new mobo / CPU in a few months. Nothing has helped. Stops at splash screen and cannot enter bios Computer Help Feb 14, 2010 computer won't boot: physical memory dump/debug post Computer Help Jan 25, 2009 thelastjuju Senior member Joined: Nov 6, Video Card (GPU) WiFi Router/Adapter More Mobile PC Revolution Mobile Revolution #2 Get a Profile Pic Why Subscribe? Computer Won't Post Fans Spin

It was the RAM. Also check the "Help My Pc Won't Boot!" Troubleshooting Guide at the top of this forum... I don't care how novice or silly of an idea/suggestion it may be. I plugged in a molex cable the wrong way and the power supply exploded.

My money's on the power supply. New Pc Doesn't Post Working from the back of the plug where the wires come out, use a bare paperclip to short between the green wire and one of the neighboring black wires. Primary cause of such things can be the PSU very easily.

There's no separate jumper for enabling onboard video, so I assume it's already enables.

Offer me a coffee, a beer, a meal, an evening out, etc. It turn turned out to be the graphics card. This can create an electrical short if the paste is one of those metallic ones. Computer Won't Boot To Bios No Beeps I'll have to dig through our old machines at work to see if there is a spare PSU I can use for testing purposes.

Silence indicates a problem with (in most likely order) the PSU, motherboard, or CPU. hilo890Apr 14, 2011, 11:19 PM Because I haven't actually had it connected until this problem came about.... eahenryii wrote: ยป i've resorted to reading your posts in William Shatner's voice. and then also see if you can get access to a multimeter, then take the psu on it's own without plugged into anything and then follow this guide to check on

Anyone have any ideas?