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If this fails go through the troubleshooting guide in case you've missed something.http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/261145-31-perform-steps-posting-post-boot-video-problems Related Resources Computer Suddenly Having EXTREME (Maybe) PROBLEMS New comp maybe having problems Need help picking graphic card Also I found heat sink full of dust if the comp. these too checked out fine with a Peak semiconductor tester. so the next question is - how do you change a motherboard :) Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 06-18-2010, 12:28 AM #22 dai TSF Team, Emeritus http://nuvisiongraphx.com/power-supply/power-supply-and-motherboard-problem-t3265.html

I concluded by testing that the Power supply was the problem, It didn't deliver enough power to the graphics card but it did before. We achieve RTOs (recovery time objectives) as low as 15 seconds. 30 Day Free Trial LVL 92 Overall: Level 92 Components 39 Hardware 36 PCs 26 Message Active today Accepted Surface mount components attach to the surface, through-hole components pass from top to bottom through a hole drilled through. it looks (again) like you did not 0 LVL 46 Overall: Level 46 Hardware 11 PCs 9 Components 8 Message Active 1 day ago Expert Comment by:noxcho ID: 408650002015-07-03 If

appreciate the advice but problem occurred without touching cablesor interior. riki652Sep 24, 2014, 12:43 PM MeteorsRaining said: It can't be PSU, both the ones are very high quality. Also try without RAM modules. I pried open the bezel and of course that revealed the broken plastic that is the reason the button would not work.

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Further disassembly revealed a bad solder joint on the plus + pin of the power connector. I am wondering because my on off switch is six wires to each to the led's and two to the switch itself, . . . The inner layer ground plane (by design) should not get too close to this drilled hole. everytime I post something back on here, it starts working.

Join Now For immediate help use Live now! The temps stay around 60C, I have tested the GPU in another system and it worked, then I put my PSU into that system and it crashed. Look at the caps of the mainboard, are they swollen/bulged, or are there crystaly/brown goo on top of the capacitors? Please try again now or at a later time.

Re: Power supply problem, maybe op amp related. « Reply #5 on: April 22, 2014, 11:21:43 PM » Thanks very much indeed Jerry. Loose Cable Connections Sometimes the PC won’t turn on because of loose cable connections. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor Services If anyone has any other suggustions before I just get a new pc, I'm all ears.....Mercury Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Power switch followup by zaarenoc / January

by Willy / October 13, 2005 4:18 AM PDT In reply to: Troubleshooting power supply and on/off switch You need a meter to check it out directly. SIGN UP FOR DAILY EMAIL NEWSLETTERCONNECT WITH US About Help Desk GeekWelcome to Help Desk Geek- a blog full of help desk tips for IT Professionals. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 10, 2009 1:53 AM PST In reply to: Replacing power switch with a line volatage push button Just about any pushbutton marked "Single Pole, Momentary On" On/off switch feels the same when pushed in, not mushy or loose or anything like that.Can these be checked without taking the whole thing apart?

Thanks for you help. my review here All rights reserved. when i try to power up my computer front fan light would flash once and computer won't start. A short circuit will consume all available power, causing your laptop to not turn on.

It supplys power to the input-side of the voltage regulators, just like the power from the AC adapter. but they didnt test my psu. Thanks so much for the help, this is driving me crazy! click site Further inspection did not reveal any abnormalities in the connector or surrounding printed circuit board.

Some don't even have the rubber grommet, and just the sticker holds the lubricant in. Re: Power supply problem, maybe op amp related. « Reply #2 on: April 22, 2014, 09:12:13 AM » I took some more measurements this afternoon, including at the base of VT2.On When you get all the connectors back together, plug it in a try again.

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This is a discussion on [SOLVED] power supply problem maybe??? The simplest way to check the power from a power outlet is to plug-in a working electronics device, if the device power up then you can say that power is present. Fank1 Regular Contributor Posts: 156 Re: Power supply problem, maybe op amp related. « Reply #3 on: April 22, 2014, 09:56:07 AM » Chris; IC1 is shutting you down by pulling And now it doesn't work at all... >even the LED when I plug it in. > >Do you know if this kind of laptop has a separated >power card or if

Sorry it is not easy to fix, Greg Thank you for all user contributions to this site. Please be very-very careful, if you apply this method, because the dust can block the heatsinks in the PSU, which can result in the overheating of the FET's, which can result Proffitt Forum moderator / January 5, 2009 3:28 AM PST In reply to: same problem If you plug in an IDE drive connector upside down or off by a pin or http://nuvisiongraphx.com/power-supply/power-supply-from-hell-i-cannot-get-my-custom-built-pc-to-power-on-help.html Some are radically different between the working board and the none working board.I have altered the schematic to make the pin out numbering clearer.

Does the board give beep codes coz of missing RAM? First, let's look at these fans and how they work, and what makes them fail. I picked apart my HP ze4101 laptop and i notice that there was >a bad solder joint for the power pin. Fank1 Regular Contributor Posts: 156 Re: Power supply problem, maybe op amp related. « Reply #1 on: April 22, 2014, 08:45:24 AM » First check the voltage on the base of

His symptom was, as long as he held the power switch "ON" it would boot up. The "leg" of the +19VDC power connector passed through - one cannot observe what may have happened in that hole. (The short may re-appear.) A loose power connector repaired Thanks to Improper Motherboard Lead Connection Check the motherboard manual for the proper connections of the leads from the computer casing. Same problem, which tends to make me think the motherboard is bad.

Logged Best regards, Chris Wilson. If not, thgen replace psu with ahigher wattage unit and hopefully that does it. Powersupply? It includes some power noise filtering.

TalahashiMay 16, 2016, 9:25 PM o standoffs are installed hm so im gona have to check into it TalahashiMay 16, 2016, 9:26 PM i will try without case and see thanks if this is the case, the power switch on the case wont work. 0 LVL 92 Overall: Level 92 Components 39 Hardware 36 PCs 26 Message Active today Assisted Solution Come to find out his power supply was faulty.