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Mar 25, 2009 #3 mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 7,007 +375 What about unplugging the power supply at the back and then holding in the case On button for a Maybe I should just go buy a new CPU? Check the drive power connections. Nothing!

Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Maybe try for a BIOS upgrade, it could be a BIOS issue, although that seems unlikely as it was working previously.... In your case it sounds as it were not that catastrophic as the memory and CPU are OK. If all still works that will tell you it's a problem with the HX 1050. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1682724/power-supply-installed-computer-boot.html

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Still nothing. They were almost invisible so I didn't really pay them any mind. I'm going to try putting in my old P5B Deluxe and see where that gets me. Don't have an account?

Of course it's possible but you said the 460W still works correct? Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Once the jumper is in place plug the cord back in. New Power Supply Turns On Then Off I've tried disconnecting all but the motherboard/CPU/RAM and still nothing.

An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. If it does not start, bad module. Unfortunately the new ps did not come with any information on the meaning of this light. I'm guessing not.Check all your connections inside the computer - and perhaps check again that you have connected all the connectors on the PSU (including the 4 pin connector).Do you have

There should be 2 male pins expose after the removal of connector. New Psu Computer Keeps Rebooting The new PSU doesn't even give me that. Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password? Neither of them beep at all either, so I can't even get a beep code to discern the error.

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Primary system: Motherboard: ASUS M4A89GTD PRO/USB3, Processor: AMD Phenom II x4 945, Memory: 16 gigs of Patriot G2 DDR3 1600, Video: AMD Sapphire Nitro R9 380, Storage: 1 WD 500 gig Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Installed New Power Supply Now Computer Won't Boot Also, is there any way I can tell for sure if it's the motherboards or the CPU that are/is fried? Replaced Psu Still No Power All rights reserved.SitemapAdvertiseCareersPrivacy PolicyAd ChoiceTerms of Use Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Computer problem?

The only thing giving me hope that the PSU was supplying power was the fact that the motherboard lights were on from when the PSU itself was switched on. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). The old one does not have this light. Proper precautions should also be taken to prevent electrostatic discharges (ESDs) within the case of the computer. New Psu No Power

I figured that if it was trying to boot off them it would have shown something on the screen to confirm that the system actually made it that far along in Similar Threads - Computer won't start Computer won't start after switching towers ghostlyhaunter, Jan 10, 2017, in forum: Hardware Replies: 2 Views: 122 flavallee Jan 10, 2017 ASUS all-in-one computer won't On a 80 wire 40 pin cable usually the drive is set to CS (Cable Select) Make sure the proper end is on the motherboard and the drive. Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma.

The pin out for the 20 pin connector from left to right is 11-20 on top , and 1-10 on the bottom. Psu Wont Turn On Without Motherboard No, never touched it, certainly never unplugged it, just thought it a good idea to check it was correctly seated in case it'd come loose while I was getting the other My E6320 runs at a higher voltage than the E8400 stock, so I went into the BIOS on both boards and forced the voltage to run at exactly stock for the

it sounds like the motherboard...

And most systems do draw a lot of power when you initially boot them up. Check what voltages that are supplied to the processor - honestly, gotta be some common ASUS issue.Click to expand... no need to have any repeat damage, if that's what you are dealing with here.Click to expand... Psu Paperclip Test For safety purposes please follow the instructions step by step.

Register now! Identical to the P5N32-E SLI. I mean if you were careful I doubt you broke anything without realizing. It also could be a problem with the motherboard Megabite, Apr 26, 2014 #4 MagnusOpium Thread Starter Joined: Apr 26, 2014 Messages: 17 Yep, I've taken everything not necessary out.