CPU came off when you tried to remove the heatsink. thank ramarc for that one. I even checked all of my hardware boxes and it's not in there, and it doesn't seem to be stuck anywhere else (neutrally) on the mobo... You should never have to "yank" it, once warmed up, twisting slightly from side to side is all it should take to break the bond.When installing the new heatsink, did you weblink
Does anyone have any ideas as to what might have gone wrong?Thanks! 1 answer Last reply Feb 6, 2015 More about installed cpu cooler start brispussFeb 6, 2015, 3:50 AM It Note that this should be the EXACT same system (since I swapped back in the old CPU) that I ran for over a year with no problems...Thanks in advance for any I do know that NTFS is a secure file format and it's tough to crack, and the security features may prevent the files from being accessable on a different install.Marfoo Yeah, You need to find out why the fans stop unless you have access to a DVM and can check voltages at the connectors. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/294233-28-computer-boot-upgrade
I've had this almost bite me before and took the suggestion of removing the heatsink and putting it back on. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Underwood Member Joined: Sep 15, 2004 Messages: 30 Likes Received: 0 I had to change the CPU on my girlfriend's computer (long story). Any metal hardware used to clamp the HSF?
Best answer larkspurApr 4, 2014, 8:00 PM dsr1598 said: My motherboard is an old Foxconn, but it is am3 compatible, so it probably is just me having to update the bios. Report • #5 mickliq July 9, 2011 at 15:00:17 There's absolutely no reason to re-install Windows, but it certainly wouldn't hurt to strip the system down to the bare minimum - It doesn't take much movement to break the connector from the pin.From what you post, the board seems to be OK, but needing an update for the new CPU. New Cpu Windows Won't Boot It should arrive on Tuesday.
Ask ! dsr1598Apr 4, 2014, 8:19 PM larkspur said: dsr1598 said: My motherboard is an old Foxconn, but it is am3 compatible, so it probably is just me having to update the bios. deiviuxsMember Since: December 26, 2005Posts: 419deiviuxsFollowForum Posts: 419Followed by: 0Reviews: 14 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#23 Posted by deiviuxs (419 posts) - 7 years, 8 months agoOk guys, help me to choose http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2526570/installed-cpu-cooler-start.html All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users.
MarfooMember Since: March 22, 2004Posts: 5994MarfooFollowForum Posts: 5994Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#33 Posted by Marfoo (5994 posts) - 7 years, 8 months ago[QUOTE="deiviuxs"]I think I will purchase GIGABYTE Laptop Won't Boot After Cpu Upgrade I did not need to re-install/re-activate Vista. I'm going to take the computer apart tonight and see if I can figure out what is causing the problem. #18 Underwood, Mar 24, 2005 HKSturboKID Golden Member Joined: Oct Also updating the BIOS wouldn't hurt.
Stay logged in Sign up now! internet unfortunately, it did the same thing as before: everything powered up, fans turned on, LED power light came on, but LED activity light steadily blinks once per second, and the BIOS Computer Won't Boot After Cpu Upgrade Thanks, that's always a great help.Here's a tip for next time (if there ever is a next time): before attempting to remove the heatsink from the CPU, boot the system & Computer Won't Start After Changing Processor Are you afraid you fried it?
Can't find your answer ? have a peek at these guys Then : I removed the CPU to see if there's any damaged pin - It was all OK , I put it back in and started the PC and it booted Installed New CPU Cooler, Reassambled Rig and Now Computer Won't Start solved New CPU cooler installed, now pc won't work New CPU cooler installed now pc won't boot. I have 2 hdds and one of them is 700GB and has all the info I need. New Cpu Won't Post
I was wondering, maybe I could use the same ATA cable to connect CD-ROM and HDD together to the mobo? It all looked fine upon inspection, though, so I figured no harm was done (again, I wasn't yanking the thing with full force, but the 'suction' of the thermal compound kept Computer Help forum About This ForumCNET's forum on computer help is the best source for finding the solutions to your computer problems. http://codecreview.com/won-39-t-boot/computer-won-t-start-up.html Posts: 2,191 +592 In this day and age, CPUs of recent generations underclock/shut down to prevent overheating issues because of sensors.
The processor still looked the same as before, we didn't smash it up or anything...lolSo I put back my old processor and started my computerthe same thingThere was still no picture Installed New Processor Pc Wont Boot this just started happening after I changed the CPU #3 Underwood, Mar 21, 2005 jehurey Junior Member Joined: Oct 15, 2004 Messages: 16 Likes Received: 0 did you connect the See post below...
GPU dead after installing new components. It should arrive on Tuesday. EVERYTHING, try replacing the PSU too that helped mine. Windows Won't Boot After Cpu Upgrade I will not loose my files and do not need to re-install Windows Vista..deiviuxs You probably already know this, but just in case you don't....you may need to do the "repair"
please post your mobo specifics. At this point, the system should POST successfully (a single short beep). There should be no force needed to install the cpu. this content deiviuxsMember Since: December 26, 2005Posts: 419deiviuxsFollowForum Posts: 419Followed by: 0Reviews: 14 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#5 Posted by deiviuxs (419 posts) - 7 years, 8 months agoWhile doing all this, should I
also can't use the power button held for 3 secs to power down; must power down w/ the power supply switch in back.5) Tried a bunch of various potential solutions: took Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? In my experience a non-boot (with fans running) is most of the time a FSB issue (not set correct for the current chip). Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed.
I'll change mobo and cpu and hopefully everything will work well. I had some stability issues with Asus motherboards in the past, which is the reason I started buying Gigabyte motherboards to beggin with. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and The BIOS can be downloaded from your motherboard manufacturer's support website.
If you cannot do that, use a DMM to measure the voltages.