Question about HP Computers & Internet
Green light on power supply
Shutdown may be caused due to following reason:
power supply issue
remove anny external devices if connected to PC...lke graphic cards, wireless cards, external USB or HDD and try
Posted on Feb 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In addition to that, check also the heatsink on the processor if it needs dusting, it may be filled with dust that it doesn't allow air to pass through to cool off the processor.
Please keep us posted.
Posted on Nov 27, 2007
SOURCE: power supply
Actually that means your motherboard has burned out and needs to be replaced. Your power supply is reporting ok with the blinking light. Depending on your model it could cost between $200-400 for a tech to fix.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
SOURCE: lost power
unplug all the cables including power cable...
Then Press the Power button at the Front and hold it for 20 seconds
then connect the Power cable and monitor cable and turn your computer back on.
i am sure your computer is going to turn back on.
and if it doesnot turn on ask me again i can give you more help for the same as i am a Desktop Engg. and worked for HP and working for IBM now.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
OK, this can be a hard thing to fix. Most of the time, the power supply is the first thing to go on a PC. However, when you stated that the motherboards LED came on after you unpluged the PS from the motherboard, it leads me to believe that the motherboard is the issue but the power supply might be outputting higher voltages and the motherboard might be shutting down. Since the power supply is cheaper then most motherboards, I would recommend getting a new one. Check ebay for a new power supply. It should be about $20 with shipping. If the same thing happens, then you need a new motherboard...
Posted on May 30, 2009
Try and reset your CMOS and see if it helps.
If you're not sure how, then unplug the power cable from your PC, then take off the side panel, on the motherboard is a set of 2 or 3 pins to Clear the CMOS (reset the BIOS) all boards are different, so there is no set location for the CMOS pins, if you're unsure, just remove the battery from the motherboard for about 30 seconds, then replace it ("+" facing up)
But you need to make sure your PS is not plugged into any external power source while you're doing this or you risk deleting your BIOS
Hope this helps in some way.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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