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I got a "usb controller has exceeded bandwidth" which froze the computer. View all 8 comments Report Kareem- Apr 3, 2009 at 04:54 PM You can always try my soulution removing the power cord and all components and hold the power button down Check the power switch and reset switch connectors. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request.

An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Before you know it, the money you saved from building your PC has been outweighed by the time you spent getting it to work.Fortunately, we have a few tips that can finally after all the trouble shoooting to my desktop, finally have found out what's the problem. It has gone in to repair so will soon find out Helpful +0 Report Highway72 237Posts Thursday April 2, 2009Registration date July 16, 2009 Last seen Apr 3, 2009 at 04:56

Cpu Power Cable

I forced shutdown the system then I encountered this No Signal on Monitor and keyboard thing. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. It freezes on "Entering Setup" I wait for an hour but still no luck. new PSU ?

It has gone in to repair so will soon find out. In addition there no error beeps without ram in, it only beeps when GPU is unpowered. Helpful +4 Report Darkley Jul 1, 2009 at 09:56 PM Alot of people have answered this question with alot of good answers to, however, one situation has yet to be cowered, Try a bare-bones boot first, with only the monitor and keyboard attached to the system.With that in mind, let's look at first-boot issues.Nothing happens on startup.

Blue Screen came on while I was gaming. I thought my mobo was bad. nothing. While it's possible that the motherboard is completely dead, it's been my experience that defective motherboards will still light up their diagnostic LEDs.

Was an app installed? When I turned it on, I pressed DEL for the setup. Also, for some reason, when it starts up, the DVD drive keeps acting like it wants to spin, and just keeps clicking away. I unplugged EVERYTHING then reconnnected it all, nothing.

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And why did it only do it then? Tried to unplug hard disk/keyboard/mouse/monitor, but still wont boot and made those beeps. Cpu Power Cable tHANKS, dAVID Report protonman88› Kareem - Jul 22, 2009 at 04:55 PM Hi Kareem I tried what you mentioned, but it still does not work Do you have any other solutions How To Reset Cmos I have 7 fans cooling my system down which I keep clean at least once a month religiously.

If it still hangs, then make sure it isn't your power brick that is beginning to fail. Report K2B- Jul 22, 2009 at 10:41 AM Hej, ive seen the same problem on my brothers pc.. I plugged the power cord back and and the PC rebooted into BIOS. I took out the RAM again then everything's fine up to now. Pcpartpicker

An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Register now Not a member yet? Report Atchzien› esssss - Jul 27, 2009 at 01:08 AM I cannot tell you the solution 100% and dunno if you've fixed or, (lol) trashed the machine as i've not looked If you're experienced, it's particularly tempting to shortcut this process. "I'll update the BIOS, detach the second new hard drive, and swap out the power supply." If the system starts working,

It does random strange things from time to time, when it decides to stop booting at all, I always have to take the ram out and put it in again to bishops suggestion to hold down the power button without any device attached(no monitor, no keyboard, no power, no cdrom, no HD) It works for the first boot up with all the Ask for help.

It crashed again recently and rebooted automatically, I restarted it and entered the BIOS setup to check the settings and it froze in BIOS setup screen and I hadn't changed anything,

Report Felix- Jan 25, 2009 at 08:27 PM Did you ever find out what was wrong with it when you went to repair?? So I am really Leary about what I download these days on the internet. Yesterday set up new video drivers and had a COH 4 session (couldn't run due to DirectX failure before) that must have been pretty intensive on the rig, but no smoke, I'm going to go buy a new one!"), make sure to pull out your credit card only after you're sure you'll need it.The System Won't POST!AMD Phenom II processor.Every PC goes

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