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What exactly is causing that problem? LOL - talk about MASSIVE overkill, even if you went with dual graphics cards. This is after taking things apart a bit and putting them back. by Bpmoore178 / July 19, 2010 6:01 AM PDT In reply to: How many years ago, that, you custom built it? More about the author

Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Swap PSU out if possible. Power supply issue or something else of some sort? Posting a simple observation (about 1 minute of labor) means a next post will probably identify the failed component immediately and without doubt. http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/helproom-1/help-it-my-power-supply-or-something-else-272750/

Good Luck , Junkdk Your Hardware Guide. Without those numbers, every reply will only be "it could be this", "look at that", or "maybe it is the other thing". Ask a question and give support. just another thought.

  • cheers gus Back to top #8 junkdk junkdk Members 345 posts OFFLINE Location:Jacksonville, Florida Local time:06:38 AM Posted 22 April 2005 - 12:50 AM Dear Gus, No problem.
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I.E.: It does nothing when the power button is pressed. Overclocking isnt an exact science (its not that much of science anywayLOL). Almost all failures leave no visual indication. Various sizes according to case specs; often not interchangeable.Use the data above to determine if a particular power supply would fit your case.The quality of a power supply can be estimated

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However, failure of the PSU can occasionally damage or destroy all sorts of other things in the computer. Power supply calculator click hereGuide to changing PSU click hereclick here Diemmess 18:19 19 Jan 07 ...don't even try to explore the psu's innards!A straight check with a multimeter is

You will be astonished, as to how low these prices can fall. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - XP-service pack 2 is no longer supported by Microsoft. I will try that and get back to you defiantly. and mouse are USE, use legacy ones.

Most anything inside could have generated the pop. Thanks,Brian Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Follow the Evidence by w_tom / July 18, 2010 1:57 AM PDT In reply to: Thanks Griff, He is telling you to Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Then, what are you waiting for? Do you think this is a CPU issue, a mobo issue, or a power supply issue?

After that I started making sure the connections were good to all of the components when I accidently unplugged the 4 pin ATX cable (usually next to the CPU) and forgot http://nuvisiongraphx.com/power-supply/power-supply-pc.html Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Are you using AI overclocking in ASUS BIOS? still beeping and still flashing amber and still wont turn off without pulling the plug..

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - PC won't boot in one go... Get a meter that costs less than a hammer - and is usually sold in same stores. Already have an account? http://nuvisiongraphx.com/power-supply/power-supply-from-hell-i-cannot-get-my-custom-built-pc-to-power-on-help.html Physical DimensionsBesides the specs and form factors, the physical dimensions are also important factors in selecting a compatible power supply.

Or is it supposed to be 12V? the problem im having is, my computer wont even turn on. share|improve this answer answered Feb 13 '13 at 1:06 pcm 26313 add a comment| Not the answer you're looking for?

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Use 3 mounting screws. when I tried to turn on the computer to my surprise it turned on, after that i remembered that I had forgotten to plug in the ATX cable (which is the I had a video card go out once. If speculating, that list is empty.

Still it could be a seating issue. So it could be the Mobo too....I don't know that much about PC's but that would mean buying everything over again (if it didn't fry my other stuff) Dec 2, thanks for the help cheers gus Back to top #4 junkdk junkdk Members 345 posts OFFLINE Location:Jacksonville, Florida Local time:06:38 AM Posted 16 April 2005 - 09:21 PM Dear Gus, navigate to this website lol Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Magic pops by Willy / July 18, 2010 11:40 PM PDT In reply to: Power supply issue?

Windows can't record instant shutdowns, he won't find anything. Then a next reply will identify the exact defective part, or reduce a long suspect list to only a few remaining items.