Reply Anonymous April 22, 2016 at 9:09 pm # Loose! Power Supply light is on solved Replaced MOBO, CPU, RAM and Power Supply ~ Computer still won't turn on unless power supply is hard switched. Plug the CPU fan into a motherboard fan header.4. my computer won't turn on but the power supply and mother board are properly working. http://codecreview.com/wont-turn/computer-wont-boot-psu-problem.html
Joey Reply Martin Brinkmann April 22, 2016 at 4:18 pm # Hi, thanks for the tips and additional information, that's why I like my site so much, ha ;)Good point about is my motherboard the problem Can't find your answer ? pop11-29-2009, 03:12 PMYou could always try to bake it and the gfx card. (serious talk, not a joke) Samulus11-29-2009, 04:52 PMI'm going to take your advice bulletbrain7 and YahooElite. Bad power supply? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/268447-30-computer-turn-power-supply-okay-motherboard
It could be that the heatsink fan is not properly seated on the CPU or that there is not enough thermal paste (also, too much thermal paste will not allow heat Place the CPU on the motherboard. The computer did boot up this time but refused to boot past the Motherboard Splashscreen. Reply to robinhoode aford10Jan 12, 2010, 9:03 AM Try unplugging the monitor in addition to what is already unplugged.
robinhoodeJan 12, 2010, 7:30 AM I'm going through the steps in this tutorial (http://pcsupport.about.com/od/findbysymptom/ht/nopowertopc.htm) to deal with a system that will not turn on. Computer won't boot properly, dead/dying psu? But I'm inclined to think it is one of the three items I suggested, the PSU, Motherboard, or the power switch. Pc Wont Turn On But Motherboard Light Is On If I replaced it with this 30$ after rebates motherboard (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813135085) would it work properly?
Well, this would strongly indicate that your PSU is fine, and that your new motherboard is not working. Computer Wont Turn On After Power Outage In this case the components most likely damaged are the video card and memory. Video Card or RAM Failure Sometimes the power surge damages additional components or passes through the power supply harmlessly and short circuits other electronic cards. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1682724/power-supply-installed-computer-boot.html Sometimes those connectors don't seat correctly and can back s pin out of the socket.
You never know when one will leave you. Psu Wont Turn On This goes for the power adapter you may be using for your tablet or laptop as well.How To Fix a Computer That Shows No Sign of PowerNote: Don't worry about the The problem can be with the socket, the power brick or the power cable. If worse comes to worse I will try this :) Samulus11-29-2009, 07:38 PMOkay, I went ahead and tried to see if it was a ram issue.
VIDEO INCLUDED when i connect my 2nd gpu to the psu, the computer wont boot solved Need Expert. click Change the clock battery. Computer Wont Turn On At All I got past the power supply, where I managed to test all of the pins for the proper levels. Pc Wont Turn On No Power Nothing worked.
But like I said I'm new to this so I might have made a mistake somewhere, so might try it again, going through it more carefully. have a peek at these guys Place the CPU on the motherboard. I'm referring to your question, trek100. If you're confident that your wall power, power supply, and power button are working, it's likely that there is a problem with your PC's motherboard and it should be replaced.Note: While Computer Has Power But Wont Turn On
inmc55555Aug 14, 2015, 4:08 AM The ATX_12V_2X4, system fan, and cpu fan I'm POSITIVE are firmly seated. If this is a custom build please post the make and model of the motherboard. Plug the power switch cable into the 3rd and 4th (left to right) pin in the top row. check over here I checked some the pins on the PSU and got good readings for the 24 pin and the 8 pin needed for the mobo and the PCI ones that I'm using
The 20 pin connector is kinda weird. Motherboard Has Power But Wont Turn On What kind of PSU would you recommend as a replacement, if the PSU is the problem? I think it have something to do with the discharge of the capacitors but I'm no electronic expert..
Silicon type sprays usually don't help a sticky piston switch, they are too well sealed. Receiving a BSOD error is a common reason why a computer won't turn on.How To Fix Blue Screen of Death ErrorsImportant: Choose this troubleshooting guide even if the BSOD flashes on He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from McGill University. Computer Not Turning On Power Supply Ok I was just offering a starting point.
If this is a OEM computer please post the make and model of it. Put everything I needed to turn on (pretty much the power cables to mobo only the 24 pin and 8 pin) and nothing. Back to top #12 dc3 dc3 Arachibutyrophobia Members 27,240 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Sierra Foothills of Northern Ca. this content I bring this up again to help stress that this troubleshooting step should not be skipped.
Everything else you mentioned is entirely valid. Mr. Reply Romek April 24, 2016 at 7:18 pm # 500 Wats or more? If changing these items doesn't fix the problem, the damage is probably on the motherboard.
Make sure they are seated properly. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged You want to discharge the capacitors. If the PSU does not start, it has failed.
The first five steps even apply to other PC operating systems like Linux. 1 Don't Panic! When I came back the pc wouldent power on. They are cheap, and two or three of them should be in the same place you keep the screw-driver and/or pliers you fetch when you open the case.Some older MB's have