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CAUSE : THE CPU POWER SUPPLY FAN (ALSO COOLS THE PROCESSOR) HAD FAILED THUS CAUSING PROCESSOR TO OVERHEAT . HELP ME PLEASE Report tusri› DJ AKSHAY - Oct 1, 2009 at 05:09 AM Dear DJ AKSHAY, I am facing the same problem .My machine started freezing on desktop screen during The only incompatibility I may imagine is that my old power supply has an ATX 20-pin power cord to the motherboard whereas the new motherboard has an ATX 24-pin connector. Did any one else have the same problem? this contact form

I went and bought a new 1 gig memory for it (has four slots and can take 4 gigs total). once they arrive and I solder them in ill let you know if the problem is solved. Ricardo_22Aug 18, 2016, 7:37 PM Hope some one can help. I bought some new ram, stuck it in there but I still got the freezes and the BSODs. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3145317/build-boot.html

Maybe it is the static electricity, but anyway, I don't really as long as my computer works fine. the tower will turn on and the mouse will turn on but my keyboard wont turn on and the monitor wont recieve a signal ive taken out ram and started up View all 155 comments Report COOL DJ- Jan 1, 2009 at 07:19 AM I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM.IT IS SOLVED NOW THANKS TO YOU ..I WILL NEVER FORGET YOUR TIMELY HELP. that was all it took!

Reply Report Max- Oct 11, 2012 at 08:19 PM Wow, really work! But we should keep in mind if the motherboard is same generation as the one you had. you might get lucky. Helpful +20 Report kevinftw Sep 16, 2009 at 03:01 PM Yea, well my computer has something of the same issue.

now here is where it gets interesting. Reviews are there to tell you what faults this motherboard might have during use. I thought something might have been knocked loose when it was moved, so I unplugged the hdd cables, video card and power cables to the motherboard quite a few times, checked One day we suddenly got a BSOD.

When you turn on the system with the memory card in, and after pushing the power button, if the system is working, you'll be able to turn on and off the but do you know what is the cause and origin of the pb???? the eraser trick worked perfectly, I was going out of my mind before! step three: apply soldering iron tip to solder filled hole to melt solder step four: insert a small stiff piece of aluminum of copper wire to clear a hole, work in

Report DJ AKSHAY- Jan 13, 2009 at 11:44 PM Well, you are right dear. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2845687/build-boot.html I can't be 100% sure, but it seems that the ram may have not been contacting properly, although it felt secure and was clipped in properly, others with this problem could Cleaned the 128's again put them back in and powered on again and still no monitor. after a thurough checkout of all attached devices and hardware, I decided to start disassembly, with the motherboard fully exposed I examined all circuit components.

But I go to the bathroom and when I come back it's restarted! weblink What happens now is when I put power to it the fans run slowly and you can open the cd drive. Report Subham- Oct 20, 2009 at 01:50 AM Hi Akshay, I found all your repeated response on this forum.Thats really helpful.Thanks for all this.I have similar problem with my PC.As you Members can monitor the statuses of their requests from their account pages.

The first thing to rule out is overheating (CPU, motherboard, hard drive or power supply) then I would check for bad memory (if you have two modules - swap them out If everything seems to be going, what is stopping it from booting up? What you said makes a lot of sense. http://blightysoftware.com/solved-new/computer-won-39-t-boot-after-cpu-upgrade.html Report wadd 11Posts Wednesday February 18, 2009Registration date March 4, 2009 Last seen - Feb 20, 2009 at 08:47 AM How do you reset the bios?

I tried the other tricks mentioned here like pulling the power cord and holding the start button, swapping ram but no luck. How can we improve it? Report xpcman 17225Posts Wednesday October 8, 2008Registration date ModeratorStatus March 5, 2017 Last seen - Sep 16, 2009 at 05:08 PM It looks like the power supply is dead if you

Report sruman- Jan 18, 2009 at 04:11 PM I did the other test, CPU warmed up.

Report rr_sookoo- Mar 11, 2010 at 02:08 AM First off, I'd like to compliment you on your vast knowledge, DJ. Do I have to get a new 24pin power supply? You should verify the hard disk by connecting it EXTERNALLY via an enclosure to another PC or laptop. Turn off your PC.

And thanks in advance. I have removed the ram and reseated same result. Fans spin, no signal to monitor. his comment is here just removing the RAM and placing it again did the trick :) GR8!

U have saved me from a lot of hardships. I press the CAPS and Num Lock keys and no light from my keyboard; could that be a motherboard problem? Then sometimes it boots right up and sometimes it doesn't. I tried your steps and got it working.

As a computer tech, and owner of my own computer repair and sales store, I have witnessed this time and time again as I have order "new" parts and they have Any part ever made has the possibility of being a malfunctioning part before it ever leaves the store shelf. motherboard : fujistu siemens. If I disable the EXEXUTE-DISABLE BIT CAPABILITY I get the gold bars to come & go ten times then my mouse pointer appears for 2-3 seconds later it crashes out.

The ram chips are the same type, but not the same brand, when I do the memory scan, it gives me all the information about one ram chip, but nothing about Thanks. Cheers... I know the hard drive is working because I just took it out of another computer and it was working fine.

The manufacturer's guide mentions that the 20pin cord may be used to the 24pin connector of the motherboard without any problem but I' m starting to doudt about this.


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