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Oct 20, 2007 #11 CURIA35 TS Rookie Finally I got it! GTAIV 1.0.0.7 runs between 10 and 40fps whereas before it was really smooth. As soon as I took off the front panel it released the power button and now pc stays on. As it stands, this question is WAY too vague. –Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 May 27 '12 at 19:42 Perhaps check out: Computer won't turn on, how to diagnose the problem? –Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 May http://codecreview.com/turns-on/computer-will-only-power-for-a-split-second.html

Deshacer Cerrar Este vídeo no está disponible. Why does a force not do any work if its perpendicular to the motion? If you have some technical knowledge, try removing the connections to the HD, the CD and the Soundcard, if you have more than one memory stick, try removing the replacing between No more cutting out straight away. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/360902-31-computer-turns-split-shuts

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Does this mean that the CPU is dead? You know it's not the power supply, so the motherboard comes next Oct 19, 2007 #10 Tedster Techspot old timer..... Elige tu idioma. btw Dual Core 2,5 GHZ with 4GB RAM is not that old for me... –Ben May 27 '12 at 19:49 What sound does it make when "everything dies"?

For most computers, we recommend you have at the least a 300 to 350-watt power supply. However, I turned it on and everything runs and it looks like its posting because I don't get any red error lights on the board only the one in the corner Similar to the previous issue, if there is a failure within the hard drive that is causing the disk platters to not spin up fast enough during the initial power up, Computer Turns On For A Few Seconds Then Shuts Off This is unlikely because of the caliber of my case, but anything is possible.

Learn about Dell's Built In Self Test for power - Duración: 2:57. Cpu Power Header The only way to find out is minimizing the system and replace parts with stuff lying around. It could also be time for the PSU to fail, depending on the make of it. http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/my-computer-turns-on-and-back-off-in-a-split-second.171450/ I think it is either my MOBO, CPU, or RAM, however with the way this is happening it might be a short somewhere.

A faulty power supply can result in not enough, if any, power getting to the motherboard, which would cause the computer to shut off immediately or not turn on at all. Pc Wont Turn On Fans Spin For A Second Note: The pinouts necessary to test these power connectors with a multimeter can be found in my ATX Power Supply Pinout Tables list. Esta función no está disponible en este momento. Cola de reproducciónColaCola de reproducciónCola Eliminar todoDesconectar Va a empezar el siguiente vídeoparar Cargando...

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All Rights Reserved. Clicking Here Fixing a power supply is not an economical solution, if it's even possible at all. Computer Turns On For A Split Second Acción en curso... Pc Turns On Then Off Then On Again And Boots Normally Change site logo for specific content type and page John 3:16 In Latin How to respond to conflicting environment names in published packages which I inadvertently inflicted on an unsuspecting public?

Thanks for the help thus far.Click to expand... http://codecreview.com/turns-on/computer-turns-on-automaticly-when-connected-to-power.html If the heat is not being properly transferred from the CPU to the heat sink, it can overheat almost immediately. Oct 20, 2008 #12 Bruce2 TS Rookie CURIA35 said: ↑ I had the same problem. No power or computer does not turn on See our power supply definition for further information and related links. Computer Turns On Then Off Then On Again

No more cutting out straight away. Iniciar sesión 271 117 ¿No te gusta este vídeo? Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. Check This Out I would test it in my HTPC only it doesn't fit in the case!

I wanted to shut it down to see what happens and whoalla my system is back to square one cycling away. Computer Turns On Then Off Repeatedly If it is the insufficient power in the PSU, try buying a different higher rated one. Turn off the switch on the back of the power supply and unplug it from the wall.

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Información Prensa Derechos de autor Creadores Publicidad Desarrolladores +YouTube Términos Privacidad Política y seguridad Enviar sugerencias Probar las nuevas funciones Cargando... The 24 pin main power connector has +3.3 VDC, +5 VDC, -5 VDC (optional), +12 VDC, and -12 VDC lines across multiple pins. That will help you fine what was shorting it. Psu Paperclip Test Your computer or motherboard manual should explain how to do this.

Here are my specs: Case: Antec P180B PSU: E6550 VGA: 8800GTS 320 MOBO: GA-EP35-DS3R RAM: Patriot 1066 DDR2 (1GB X 2) PSU: Thermaltake 750 Watt Hard drives: Two WD 80 GB pc would run for 3 seconds then shut off. I didnt mention it before but just lately games have not been running as well as I remember. this contact form HBT 285.627 visualizaciones 8:57 Troubleshooting PC That Will Not Power Up - Duración: 4:04.

Idioma: Español Ubicación del contenido: España Modo restringido: No Historial Ayuda Cargando... Iniciar sesión 500 158 ¿No te gusta este vídeo? Note: It's not common, but if your PC does not turn on with the cover removed, you may have to move the appropriate jumper on the motherboard to allow this. I mean it has enough life in it to power a basic PC but when the GTX 470 is plugged in it doesn't work or could it be the GTX 470

Also, don't forget to remove the short you created in Step 5 before plugging back in the 24 pin motherboard power connector. I mean it has enough life in it to power a basic PC but when the GTX 470 is plugged in it doesn't work or could it be the GTX 470 these shorts usually happen between some hardware and case metal, maybe a screw fell down or something Aug 31, 2012 at 10:43 AM #12 Jetster Joined: Jan 17, 2010 Messages: Does a Dwarf's Favored Class Bonus for Bards at 10th Level Still Allow a Spell Failure Chance?

Or using testing equipment (Voltmeter) etc...