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Problem booting when I press the power botton the system does not turn on the power led glows on and off no fans run

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Check the motherboard.. Somethings problem with your motherboard.

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In asus P5VDCMX motherboard power led and ide led doesnot glow but pressing power switch cpu fan runmonitor screen blank.


Ok,here's a basic troubleshooting list. First,if it has an onboard video port,switch to it or to an agp card,whichever isn't the current hook up. Try a different monitor too when doing this. This is to see if it's a video issue. Next, take one ram stick out at a time & keep trying to boot, if it eventually does,the stick you just removed is bad. If you spliced any fans or lights in, make sure they aren't grounding on the case. If you just put this board in,the case is probably grounding the board.Remove the board & make sure the standoffs are in the right spots(lined up with the holes on the board),adjust as neccesary & then re-install,try again. Being that there's no lights, I think that grounding scenario is going to be the issue. Lastly,try a different power supply,if that doesn't work the board is bad,hopefully the cpu survived.

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In asus P5VDCMX motherboard power led and ide led doesnot glow , but pressing power switch cpu fan run,monitor screen blank.


mybe something wrong with your hardisk or Motherboards.you can sheck with manually open the case and try to reconect and conect again the cable.

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I have a D946GZIS motherboard. It does not boot whenever i switch it on and press the power button. Also the power led is not glowing. What must be the problem..? pls help ..


Starting at the begining. The wall socket, the plug, the cable, the power socket on the SMPS at the back of your PC, the SMPS, the Output connectors from the SMPS to the motherboard. The power LED not glowing means that the power is not reaching the motherboard. Disconnect and reconnect the power connector on the motherboard. start. No start. Does the fan on the SMPS work? If yes then all components before the SMPS are doing fine. If no then most likely connection socket power cable to the SMPS may be the culprit. This has a lot of load on it. The PC and the monitor both take power from this socket. the answer to your problem lies in the answer to my question whether the fan starts in the SMPS or not. If yes then there is no output from the SMPS and the SMPS need to be given the due attention and if no then there is no power input to the SMPS and various cables and socketc need that attention. In case you need to and can remove and open the SMPS look for bulged or burst capacitors. If found, replace them. Those round cylindrical components.

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Actually my system is having the problem like motherboard led is glowing powersupply fan processor fan spinning but when we remove memory there is no beeps from the board so what can be the problem please...


The motherboard LED is supposed to glow, indicating that the board is residually powered, after disconnection
of external power and as a warning of this condition so that you will not further disconnect or connect any
peripherals until the charge on the power retention capacitor is properly dissipated.

The Power Supply and Processor Fans should only run while power is applied, and if the Processor fan is always running at a high, possibly noisy, velocity, additional Processor Cooling may be necessary by means of a higher efficiency heat dissipation system.

If you remove memory from the board, the system should not initiate, as memory has little or nothing to do with
the problems you cite, but everything to do with the proper initiation of your system.

Buy a larger Processor Fan Assembly and those symptoms you cite which actually are problems should cure
themselves, while those symptoms you cite which are not problems will still not be problems.





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To find out what your problem is you have to Eliminate as many possible sources as you can, hence remove all your PCI cards and drives, (not your graphics card though, memory or CPU)

Check boot again... if it still fails to boot then it's either the CPU the MEM or the Motherboard....

if it does boot then plug in some of your cards, (but not all) and check again.... if system fails again, systematically check each card that you re-inserted.. this should help you find the culprit...

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