The 12 volt rail thing I'm not sure about. Yeah I ran it through my motherboard without the card plugged in, and it worked fine. After solving your problem, please mark it as solved by clicking 'flair' and confirming the 'solved' tag. Thank you guys so far for your input; it is greatly appreciated.
If you don't, he'll break your legs! I know a dead CPU is rare, but I'm completely at a loss right now and I spend every night looking over at her, hugging her and telling her it'll be now the problem is definitely narrowed down to the motherboard. The fans start up and the lights look all pretty, but the monitor just says it's going into standby and no POST. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/i-changed-graphics-card-and-now-pc-is-dead.162218/
I tried reinstalling the drivers but that solved nothing. Specifically it was a PSU cable that was the problem. I've cleared CMOS, yet nada. It is wrong.
permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]Garrin[S] 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(1 child)All plugged in permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]0smo5is 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago(13 children)Try booting it with dedicated video out. Another quick note I've been using an anti static band while touching any of the internals (even though it probably isn't needed in my climate) and I've made sure the power Though it's not a guarantee, it may be they had a strange setup, and the problem you've encountered is else where. Newegg That refutes your claim.
Gigabyte 890FXA-UD5 While I agree that being insensitive is an issue, so is being oversensitive. 0 Ender Registered User regular April 2013 This is funny, since I'm having the same problem. Pc Wont Turn On robbiewoods45Nov 7, 2014, 5:13 PM I've switched cables, reset CMOS and changed monitors. If you dont get anything then its prob the Mobo. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1958281/changed-graphics-card-start.html forget about seeing WINDOWS at this point, we are diagnosing hardware.
urahonky on March 2013Click HERE for a Stylish add-on that removes the Agrees/Awesomes/etc on posts on Penny-Arcade.0 Le_Goat Frechified Goat Person BostonRegistered User regular March 2013 No beep code because it Check that. So I uninstalled the card. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - No power by Marysvilleman / October 11, 2015 6:30 PM PDT In reply to: Changed power supply but computerr still won't start.
Privacy Steam Group Twitter Support RPS Register Help Remember Me? If he's pushing so hard he thinks he's damaged the mobo, there's definately something wrong. Power Supply Won't Turn On If nothing thusfar - reseat/cooler the CPU - repeat as above . Cmos Battery The higher-end the board/cpu - the more problems you will run into too.
Do you have another pc to test the GPU in? I have a horrible feeling I'm going to have to get another new board but I'll hold off that until I've tested it all. Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Changed power supply but pc still does not power up The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. DH61WW USB Port Issue. Psu
Anyway my current plan of action is this. 1. I am incredibly frustrated. As about beeps, I don't hear a beep at all. It could take 2-3 tries to get this working - if you have the problem i had.
In fact, I've been told (much as techben is suggesting?) that removing the 'extra 4s') from both connectors is a good way to test for weirdo PSU issues - almost every permalinkembedsave[–]Garrin[S] 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(0 children)yeah I've uninstalled/reinstalled it a couple of times now, made sure everything's clicked in/plugged in permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]0smo5is 2 points3 points4 points 2 years ago(1 child)Just a thought, Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.
This build lasted two years breaking down only this February owing to what I strongly suspect are dodgy drivers from nvidia. (chance meeting with a computer tech in work, I asked If that is the case you are either running on a corrupt BIOS or the upgrade caused damage to the motherboard or CPU. Registered User regular April 2013 Another vote for GPU issue--even if you have a good PSU, a GPU that's too power-thirsty will keep you from POST, so a sudden PSU failure Mugsley on March 20130 Le_Goat Frechified Goat Person BostonRegistered User regular March 2013 edited March 2013 I don't have any spare paste, but it's cheap and easy to get.
When I get time (probably Tuesday evening) continue slow and careful testing. My money's on the power supply. I'll also echo the "you must be thorough and logical and check everything - twice" advice. I have not reseated the processor yet.
Anyway, right now your explanation makes me believe that your problem is more serious than just the GPU not working. permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]Garrin[S] 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago(0 children)Definitely on digital, works with the mobo, just not the gpu permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]timbre007 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago(1 child)Take out the power plug of As I mentioned the same model card of my friend worked on my PC before. DirecTV Now vs.
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, permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]Garrin[S] 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(0 children)will give it a try permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]cash38 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago(2 children)Did you plug the card power connector? Just changed cases, now when I start up. No PSAs unless relevant to an issue (it must be a comment).
This is what you said: I don't get the ATX 24 thing either - they can sometimes be hard to remove but putting them in is generally a matter of lining I purchased an XFX R7750 Core Edition and tried to install in the other day and now the computer will not start using the old card, the new card, or the by R. even something as small as a fan or usb header wire that's slightly worn and rubbing against the case can cause a weird grounding issue that will prevent the computer from
It's really pretty hard to go wrong when putting one together these days.