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Thomas April 22, 2016 at 9:51 am # One of the things that helped me several times as an IT support worker is to unplug the power cable and keep the My solution in this lab is just to hand an "out of order" sign on them for the rest of the semester when they no longer boot at all. You may not have a spare power supply unit, motherboard or cpu though, and even if you do, may not be comfortable testing the system on your own.Your best bet then I got past the power supply, where I managed to test all of the pins for the proper levels. http://vgvinc.com/turn-on/laptop-doesn-t-turn-on.php

Reply to duah55 kastor900Jan 5, 2011, 2:42 PM I had a similar problem but i had to take out the graphics card and run start-up on internal motherboard display. Firstly though, the ONLY thing I knowingly myself did different than all the unattaching and reattaching everything all night and morning was... 1. Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Report • #24 grimf February 26, 2013 at 11:08:03 It's working!

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Reply Joey Spinosa April 22, 2016 at 8:35 pm # One other tid-bit to go along with the motherboard screws... Subscribe / Connect Ghacks Technology NewsletterGhacks Daily NewsletterAdvertisement Popular Cumulative Windows 10 Update KB3194496 installation issues September 30, 2016 Microsoft's explanation for pushing Windows 10 upgrades raises questions December 25, 2016 See the 2 links below.http://www.msi.com/product/mb/760GM...http://www.msi.com/product/mb/760GM...My guess would still be the crappy power supply.

Also tried a couple of other things... The weid thing is that when i turn on the rear power switch, the motherboard green LED is on. Make sure you connect the 4 or 6 pin power supply plug to the connector near the CPU Nov 19, 2011 #2 Night Fire TS Member Posts: 28 ok here Green Light On Motherboard But Wont Boot Any help would be greatly appricated.

And that we are lucky to use it for 4years. Pc No Power Motherboard Light Off If so how do I turn it on? Then on again for maybe a hour or a day, then off again. The link below is for the specs of a GTX 550Ti.

Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsGeneral HardwareGeneral Computer won't turn on, only power led on. Motherboard Led On But Computer Won't Start If not you'll get the next step to try [we are doing fault isolation, if it isn't obvious]. All Rights Reserved. I thought I had a motherboard issue similar to yours, no signs of life except fans.

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Just disconnect the side fan for the moment, not likely part of the problem but also not connected properly.Basically lets strip the system down to do some logical step by step http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/computer-doesnt-turn-on-but-mobo-led-light-on.67129/ Already have an account? Computer Won't Turn On Motherboard Light On If power is out completely, those won't work as well.Check the power connection to the PC. Motherboard Gets Power But Not Turning On So after I installed the 7950 and tried to power back up, the aforementioned happened.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - fan starts by mcgilbdd / March 27, 2007 12:19 PM PDT In reply to: Same issue (only mobo light on) Does the processor Get More Info I've had two computers that wouldn't start at all because critical fans had died, in one case a CPU fan (which BIOS beeps, once decoded, tipped me off to), and in You might be able to buy yourself some time with the following trick: Turn off the switch directly on the power supply. Actually, going way, way back to my very first laptop, a Zenith Z-180 with 640KB of RAM and a massive 20MB hard drive ;-), the internal AC power adapter eventually burned Computer Wont Turn On Green Light On Motherboard

The Green wire that is either pin 14 [in 20 pin] or pin 16 [for 24 pin] is the pin that the logic ciruit puts a logic low on to turn Tried what I could from the stickies and other suggestions in posts that apply to me. Bad PSU. http://vgvinc.com/turn-on/how-do-i-manually-turn-on-my-motherboard-any-system-by-hand.php What kind of video card?Make sure the 4/8 pin CPU power is plugged in.Do you have a motherboard speaker?Randomly buying parts isn't the best way to tackle this.

I hate it when I think about it. Computer Wont Turn On At All I need this up and running ASAP, so any help anyone could give would be helpful (I'm praying it's not the case's PSU, because I cannot wait too much longer, and I'm going to look up the clock battery and give that a shot.

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Reply to Lewisandclark GGODec 23, 2014, 6:23 AM hi guys i have very old computer magic station gv20 it has a old mb and old psu.i have used it for 3 I'm thinking my mobo is fried. I've been turning it on with only the PSU, RAM, CPU, Mobo and Hard drives recently but before when everything was in it the result was the same. Computer Has Power But Wont Turn On Report • #26 grimf February 27, 2013 at 22:59:33 Please select boot device:SATA: 3M - ST3360320ASSATA: 4M - ST3360320AS2.2 TB InfinityIs that normal?

Hard Drives are SATA, CD drive i'm not sure it's a usb cd drive.All Connectors to the drives are connected including the power and data cables. I've actually seen other components produce similar results (a dodgy NIC actually). BTW the board is an Asus M2N MX SE. this page Not sure if that will help you.

All Rights Reserved. Why were there no nuclear detonations in 1959? SO THE LESSON is: when you install cables in the MOBO I believe you have to be very careful- cause can cause a short circuit. Reply to robinhoode robinhoodeJan 12, 2010, 11:24 PM jitpublisher said: I am reading this, and I hear you say that you do not want to try to start the board by

Nah, still the same as before.. There's this little three-pin white connector thing on my side-panel (the one that slides off) case fan. Would be good news to hear... But for you, the trick should allow you to use the computer while you wait for a new power supply to ship.

Just to clarify, NOTHING turns on, no fans, only the power led.Computer build:Old Motherboard: Biostar A880gzNew Motherboard: Msi 760gm-p34fxCPU: AMD FX-8120 Zambezi 3.1GHzGraphics Card: Evga Geforce gtx 550 TiRam: 2x G.SKILL They always had a Minus 5 volt wire and a Minus 12 volt wire. Ask a question and give support. Is the motherboard bad?