Can't find your answer ? in the USA Local time:05:25 PM Posted 05 May 2013 - 03:06 PM Hello and welcome to Bleeping Computer.Although your image is somewhat blurry, I can plainly see that the electrolyte solved Computer won't boot after CMOS battery change, Changed from AHCI to IDE and back with no results solved Windows won't boot after Motherboard/CPU/RAM change Computer won't start up after installing Fortune Cookie says: Fortune not Found: Abort, Retry, Ignore? weblink
I proceeded to mount the APU then the heat sink & fan. Power Supply Failures Pg 3. To say that we were overwhelmed by the responses would be an understatement. All Rights Reserved Theme designed by Audentio Design.
The system has not received a Power Good signal from the power supply However that is not 100% sure. I have already tried the paper clip trick with the PSU to try and rule it out, and the fans did power-up, but am still not sure if this rules it Will it be ok?" Here's a typical tale of bright lights, big balls of smoke; "...The customer came in saying that the PC wouldn't start at all. Solid red LED (Asus X99-A) Nothing powers up.
Using the site is easy and fun. You won't be able to vote or comment. 123[Troubleshooting] Did I kill my motherboard? (self.buildapc)submitted 1 year ago by braeburnedWhat is your parts list? Did I kill my A7V motherboard...?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Website: PCSTATS Feb 11 2009 Mike Dowler Home > Reviews > Beginners Guides > PCSTATS Beginners Guides: Most Common Ways to Kill a PC PCstats guides you through the list of
Toss careless manufacturing into the mix, and you can see why the average computer system rarely survives more than ten years without some sort of catastrophic failure. Back to top #9 caperdog caperdog BC Advisor 954 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Nova Scotia Local time:06:25 PM Posted 12 May 2013 - 10:28 AM I know I wouldn't put a AelleDec 30, 2010, 10:29 AM This is the new PSU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139005I'll try booting it with the old PSU tomorrow, and if that works I'll try what you said with the new Thanks for the help! 2 commentsshareall 2 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]Lunaisbestpony42 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)I know nothing about how to fix a motherboard but I do know that if you're
Back to top #11 HaterSlayer HaterSlayer Topic Starter Members 23 posts OFFLINE Local time:05:25 PM Posted 13 May 2013 - 12:09 AM Wait, so the bad caps could be causing AelleDec 30, 2010, 8:38 AM Both were connected when I closed the case, although the aux cable (8 pin) was a little loose. More resources See also solved Did i kill my Graphics Card? Should I be highly suspicious of the cheap ones?
Motherboards Aug 18, 2012 Asus Motherboard Killing my Ram Motherboards Mar 2, 2011 Motherboard killing video cards? I'm on a laptop now and checked out the error lights and nothing is coming on so it seems like there is an issue with the power supply. You can test the SMPS by disconnecting it from the motherboard. Get the answer COLGeekDec 30, 2010, 8:42 AM Understood on the back and neck thing.
It wouldn't be too big of deal, but something concerning for me: I bought this motherboard off amazon for $59, but I checked amazon for the same motherboard today, and it's Good Luck Roger Edited by rotor123, 07 May 2013 - 08:45 PM. Computers and their component parts do have a finite life span, and just like us, they have a list of afflictions that are most likely to claim their digital existences. check over here Guess I'll have to RMA it.Thanks for your help!
Motherboards May 9, 2013 could my new audio setup specifically philips HTS8100 have killed my motherboard? Back to top #5 rotor123 rotor123 Moderator 8,031 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:New Jersey Local time:05:25 PM Posted 07 May 2013 - 02:08 PM Hi, Service manual is here ftp://ftp.dell.com/Manuals/all-products/esuprt_desktop/esuprt_dimension_desktops/dimension-c521_service%20manual_en-us.pdf Computer wont turn on even after replacing psu and motherboard.
With only the PSU attached to the mobo and the GPU (if required) and NO other devices, see if the system will boot to the point where you can enter the I double checked all my connections, but I didn't really mess with much other than moving some drives around. Started it, caught the error, plugged it into the 3-pin fan power port, and everything worked. Code 97 is "Console Output devices connect (ex.
There was a loose screw and I tightened it, BUT for some reason, I proceeded to remove the fan and clean off the old thermal paste off the APU and Heat