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Computer dead my computer wont turn on, the only thing that works is the cooling fan on the cpu. the computer wont turn off when you reboot it.

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  • semoa Oct 27, 2008

    The only light that I can see is the green LED light on the motherboard that is on before I press the main botton on the box. once I switch the computer on the cooling fan for the CPU comes on followed by a few clicking sounds and thats it.

  • semoa Oct 27, 2008

    The only light that I can see is the green led light on the mother board before I turn the computer on. After I turn the computer on the cooling fan for the cpu comes on followed by a few clicking noise, nothing else work. I can't even turn the computer off from the main switch, I have to turn the PSU switch from the back of the computer to turn it off

  • semoa Nov 12, 2008

    Thanks bud,



    Yes you're right on the money, the motherboard was stuff, so last week I replaced it with another board and cpu and its running fine now.

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    Ulysis Canada May 11, 2010

    If the cooling fan on the cpu works, then your computer is powered on. Is there any led light activity on the cpu if you turn it on?

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Hi Guys

Bad news. I have one dollar to your ten that your motherboard has been fried. You could try refashing the BIOS but I've got $10 dollars to your one that it wont work. Best bet - keep the tower, keep all of the running gear but a new motherboard and prosessor are in order.

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

  • raven447 Nov 12, 2008

    Hia mate.



    Glad to be of help. Good idea thought would be to get a decent power board that also supports internet connections. "sacraficials" only cost about $50 AU but you can get decent resetables for around $200 AU. Less tears and angst.



    Kind regards



    Alistair

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