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so not the video card. Back to top #3 katwman56 katwman56 New Member Members 8 posts Posted 18 October 2006 - 09:26 PM Ooh, sounds like something nasty. Tell them that you want the right to repair your purchases. Notice that you do not need keyboard, mouse, monitor, or drives to successfully POST.At this point, if the system doesn't work, it's either the video card or an inadequate PSU.

Otherwise, don't be afraid to get stuck in. except that i've got two sticks and it's odd that both would fail at the same time. I have no way to test the power supplies at this moment and one motherboard is brand new. good luck with that cheers Helpful +0 Report Subham Oct 20, 2009 at 02:46 AM Hi All, I have similar problem with my PC.As you advised,I tried to start my PC

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After having me re-run all the things I had already done in the troubleshooting, he said he had no idea what was wrong and that I would have to take it So I installed in a few days ago. Cancel Megan Leonard Rep: 1 Posted: 04/28/2015 Options Permalink History Try this simple trick first - it worked for me!

Anyway, the guy at Apple checked my serial number because there is some sort of recall on some models for logic board issues...but not mine. And here are the symptoms: My computer started giving me bluescreens the other day. it does this any time I turn it on. Pc Not Turning On Or probably just a power supply problem?Motherboard: ASRock G31M-SCPU: Intel E5200GPU: Onboard and Nvidia 8600 PCI-EPSU: Lite-On PS-6301-08A (300W), Other is 250 watt, lite-on also, bit older(both are old and pulled

Silence or long single beeps indicate a problem with the memory.Insert the video card and connect any necessary PCIe power connectors. Computer Won't Boot Up Black Screen Privacy guaranteed, I will not share your info in any way. After about an hour give or take, I put it in the other room to let it cool. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New

and it heats up fine (i didn't run it for more than five seconds without a fan, don't worry). Computer Won't Boot But Fans Run Just no! These steps should help troubleshooting it. THANKS! 01/21/2010 by Mark Mikulski You were correct.

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I took out the cmos battery to and then replaced it after about 20 minutes. https://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/1181095-pc-wont-boot-no-video-no-beep-but-fans-spin/ nothing has worked - no beeping (besides no memory error) and no display to a monitor. Computer Won't Boot Windows 7 I don't really know how I can describe a beep. Pc Wont Boot so I yanked it out and tried again with the monitor plugged in to the motherboard.

Any help would be appreciated. Tell them you support a bipartisan bill. Anything is appreciated. any ideas or suggestions? Computer Has Power But Wont Turn On

It doesn't shut down on me or anything. I was in the middle of playing a game, and the screen went to blue screen of death for about half a second, then the computer shut off. Did a fresh install of XP Pro (hard drive checks show no bad sectors) and after downloading upgrades I started getting random re-boots. http://magicnewspaper.com/computer-won-39-t/solved-hard-drives-boot-up-don-t-mix.html Have you ever heard of anything like this or are they simply giving me an answer to take the problem off their hands?

Tell them you support the bipartisan Fair Repair Act, LB 67. Pc Fans Spin For A Second Then Stop so i've almost resigned myself to the fact that my computer is ready for the graveyard. Start troubleshooting from there.

In the absence of a single short beep, they also do not indicate that the system is booting.At this point, you can sort of check the PSU.

Oh, and "Welcome to The PIT!!!" Edited by caintry_boy, 19 October 2006 - 08:54 AM. I'm guessing same motherboard just to save headaches right, since I can reuse the RAM, GPU, SSD, HDD, etc. before i start opening my desktop up .. Computer Won't Boot No Beep If all else fails, you can verify connections, particularly on external drives.

But, the decorative words "Aspire" at the bottom of the tower still lights up. I can't boot from a CD, the keyboard doesn't turn on and neither does the mouse. Double check all the power connections. The sleep light did came on.

One of the most common PC power supply issues is that the PC will turn off unexpectedly rather than fail to boot up at all. Helpful +0 Report jodessa Oct 18, 2009 at 12:08 AM Hi there, the same thing happened to me several hours ago. so the logical conclusion is that it's a ram issue. Gaming PC Budget High-End Extreme HTPC - SFF Gaming PC Budget: $300-500 Mainstream: $600-1100 High-End: $1800 Workstation Entry-Level: $600+ Mainstream: $1150-1800+ High-End: $4000-$10000+ Q&A Additional Resources Blogroll Glossary Sitemap What is

I can watch 4k video, play games, use Photoshop, After Effects, etc. I had to take my computer to work to be inventoried. Which Operating System are you using? Manufacturers don’t want a Fair Repair bill.

Helpful +0 Report oneshot524 Jun 14, 2009 at 03:31 PM DJ, here are the specs for my PC: INTEL QUAD CORE Q6700 2.66 GHZ 1 WD RAPTOR 150GB 10,000 RPM SATAII It should work now. Might be worth checking into for rest of you with no start up chime! Basically, because your monitor is functioning, it means your sys is not.

Enter your email to get updates when we publish new articles. I had no hopes and out of desperation i tried it with the same recipe: heat up for 40 mins under blankets, shutdown, cool off ipside down overnight and to my No, nothing comes up on the monitor at all. In April 2008, I launched Hardware Revolution and ...

Back to top #13 mme mme HOMELAND SECURITY. Have you changed your video card lately?