I have amd 5600 suddenly it's stop working. when i press power btn processor fan run for 1 or 2 seconds only but after 1 or 2 days if i try to start it will start for once and when i shutdown the pc it gives same problem. again it will start after 2 days for 1 time until i shutdown. i check smps, ram, HDD all is working. plz help me.
I guess your problems are solved, but for anyone else reading this thread, here is the fix that worked for me....
*when i pressed the power button, all fans would spin up for less than a second, and die, nothing else happened*
so i tried many things and this is the only solution i found;
Isolate the power supply from the case, or try just holding the power supply when running the computer. I found that if i held my power supply in my hand, and made sure there was no cnotact between it and the case, my computer worked! Hurrah. So now have cable tied my psu to the top of my case, insulated by a layer of foam. And it's working fine.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
1) Does it use metal standoff's to hold the motherboard up off the Support Plate? (Standoff is metal, Spacer is plastic)
Do the standoff's match EVERY mounting hole in the motherboard?
To wit, there isn't a standoff sitting on the support plate, that doesn't match up to a mounting hole in the motherboard? If there is a standoff in the wrong spot, it could be shorting against the exposed solder joints on the bottom of the motherboard.
2) is the 4-pin +12 volt power cable from the Power Supply plugged into the motherboard?
Well.... The motherboard could be dead... or check the power supply unit. Check the memory chips, see if the capacitors around the processor looks blown up (then motherboard is kaput) or make sure the monitor is properly connected to the motherboard monitor port... It could be numerous reasons ... See if the processor cooler fan is running and check if the processor's cooling paste is OK which would cause the processor to run TOO HOT and would prevent the PC to start-up etc etc....
I have built several gamming computers, one with Asus and had good luck. What I do have is a power supply checker that I got from Tiger Direct that I use alot. To me a 450 watt PS sounds a little small . Sounds like it cant regulate the voltage, expecially the 5 volts. I have a master power supply (650 watts) that will hook up to any board or hard drive. I try it when I have this kind of problem. The only thing I dont like about Asus is that they have so many pins, so I would double check the pin settings.
Did the power supply come with the case.. If it did, change it. I have never had any luck with those. I really think they use 2nd hand ones for kits. Just my opinion GOOD LUCK
I have encountered that kind of problem before in the AMD processor. When your turn on the switch the fan is spins and then suddenly stop. The processor is shorted or there is defective parts you need to return it to the supplier. But can you check first if the motherboard and the processor is match . Maybe the motherboard cannot carry the speed of the processor it's better to ask to the supplier or ask them to test both the processor and motherboard .