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Reply With Quote 17-05-2014,11:27 PM #13 trjp View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Secondary Hivemind Nexus Join Date Jun 2011 Posts 7,939 and finally - on the "put off building I am incredibly frustrated. In the manual the socket is listed as "ATX 12 volt power connector". Get the answer bignastyidDec 15, 2014, 12:26 AM Can't really tell without a display. http://vgvinc.com/power-supply/have-i-killed-my-new-psu-by-opening-up-my-pc.php

My desktop computer does not boot. It's not about you and me - it's about posting things which might help the OP. See sig. I once hooked up my 8800GTX to my HDTV and that thing heated up like a melting pot. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/has-blown-psu-killed-my-motherboard.62122/

Can A Blown Power Supply Damage A Motherboard

Nov 7, 2006 #12 whitefort TS Rookie Topic Starter Nodsu said: A decent PSU will shut itself off when it detects a short on one of its outputs, so frying it Here is one: Internal Mini On-board Speaker.Was this step helpful? Donnie BerryDec 14, 2014, 11:33 PM bignastyid said: Hard to tell. Well my Tablet won't switch on and it won't pick in the charger also.

You have accessed this page directly rather than using appropriate forms or links. I have basically only PSU, CPU, Motherboard? Want to join in? Psu Blew Up Also (and here's where I *really* show how little I know), If I wanted to switch to a different brand of PSU, I'm wondering if I'll have problems - my PC

I know this is true, I worked in a computer store. I am at the end of my tether, please can you advise on what I should do next Was this helpful? It's not a matter of opinion. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1906163/psu-blew-killed-motherboard.html Before this I've had hardly any hardware issues.

They need to be a snug fit to avoid arcing but they should require significant force - if there was something in one of the slots or a pin was bent, How To Test Motherboard Want to join in? Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Yes | No Reward our volunteer authors OR become an author Get started It's already correct Skip this one I fixed it Can you help me?

Power Supply Fried Motherboard

So, I deduced that my Power Supply has failed. https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/forums/showthread.php?14231-Graphics-card-killed-my-computer-Won-t-power-on No, create an account now. Can A Blown Power Supply Damage A Motherboard A few months ago, I had the proudest moment of my life when I built my own PC. Power Supply Popped Smoke If nothing thusfar - remove the CPU - repeat as above .

Maybe a bad batch got out of the factory or something. http://vgvinc.com/power-supply/how-do-i-use-a-psu-without-a-mobo.php So i have decided to get a new processor , Memory, motherboard and power supply. If you do not want to be anonymous, register or log in. This is my first post, and I'm in utter despair here... Power Supply Popped And Sparked

JohnClick to expand... I did check this last night though. cmdrmonkey45Member Since: December 15, 2010Posts: 360cmdrmonkey45FollowForum Posts: 360Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#10 Posted by cmdrmonkey45 (360 posts) - 5 years, 10 months agoThis kind of thing is why my review here Before this I've had hardly any hardware issues.

I'm really just asking if the motherboard lights should be turning on by only plugging in the mobo power and not any of the other components.I didn't know about their bankruptcy, Psu Tester I'm not sure what the problem is? I have basically only PSU, CPU, Motherboard VisiHow QnA.

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Either way it was working with the 8 pin plugged in there before I plugged the graphics card in. johnnyb105Nov 30, 2013, 6:18 AM WHAT wattage was the power supply from the one unit to the next? My laptop has been dead for 3 weeks now. Pcpartpicker I'm guessing peoples experiences differ based on the motherboard and the plug in question.

How I solved it back then was buying a replacement motherboard (the exact same one) and now after 3 monthes of use the exact same problem has occured to the newer What are your system specs? If I can't fix it I'll get a computer tech I've had do a diganostic for me before take a look. get redirected here Yes | No | I need help

3If it shows a battery light, then you have power to the system, which is a good sign.Was this step helpful?

I had been working on it for about 3 hours and didn't realize the surface wasn't providing proper air flow. Which will also be costly, but probably less so. It's all been a bit of a shock. Yes | No | I need help I own a Dell Latitude D630 manufactured 2006.

Like start with the plug you are using, and swap it for another, you may have just simply blown the fuse in the plug for all you know. middle-earth88Member Since: June 2, 2006Posts: 1262middle-earth88FollowForum Posts: 1262Followed by: 0Reviews: 1 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#11 Posted by middle-earth88 (1262 posts) - 5 years, 10 months agoThis kind of thing is why Was this helpful?