Hello every one My computer is packard bell Imedia 1459 I was playing games on it suddenly the screen went off but the power was still on, I tried to shot it down and restard but I couldn't do anything and now the power light comes on about not longer then 1 second and that is all what could be the reason, that model used fsp250-60gen PSU but I couldn't find them what could be the problem? Power supply or something diffirent pleasse any help me.
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Re: pc wont stard
Yes that problem is because of momentarily absence of power draw the power supply outside and take the power on self test short green and black wires see fan is rotating or not. if rotating then power supply is ok if not then replace it from your vender
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Take your current power-supply to any computer-store, so that they can match its size, and its connectors (both the number of connectors and the shape of the connectors), with a replacement power-supply unit.
open your cpu cover . Then check your power led on motherbord blink or not also reattcha ll connection to motherbord. check your smps fan is movinh when you switch on. May be you have to change smps it is square box from with you attch power code.
put recovery or wincd disk in drive restart when screen says boot with cd click enter follow the steps
if can't boot from cd restart while continuosly pressing f7 startup options will appear high light cd or cd/dvd option
then should boot with cd
Under the start menu there should be an option to shut down; restart; sleep. Use the restart option & it will start rebooting. If this does not work then close all your programs and hit ctrl+alt+del twice. This should start a reboot. Hope this helps.
Do you have the correct/original power supply, and it is having problems of some sort? If so, you might be able to do some repairs. A common problem is often one or more of the electrolytic capacitors is bad. Take the cover off, and look for bulged capacitors (top of the capacitor pushed up & out). If you find one or more of these, replacement may return the p/s to working order.
Please note in ATX power supplies, you have a standby and full power or main section. The standby portion powers just a small section of the motherboard to sense when the power button is pushed, and activate the main full power section. Obviously, the main section powers the full motherboard, drives, fans, etc.
I've seen several units where the standby section has one or more bad capacitors which will produce either a dead or slow to turn on computer.
Use a voltmeter and monitor the voltages. There are sites on the 'net with pinouts http://pinouts.ru/
Check here for further instructions http://www.fonerbooks.com/power.htm
As regards replacement capacitors: I use mostly the Panasonic FC series available from Digi-Key Electronics. Mouser Electronics also has suitable units. You want capacitors designed for switching power supplies.