Question about ASUS A8N-SLI Motherboard
I am having an issue similar to one posted here. My computer has been working fine for over a year now. I came home, tried to turn it on and nothing. It doesn't make a sound. The motherboard itself is showing a light as if it's getting power, and I'd assume everything is ok, but I just don't know what to do. I've even tried re-connecting the power switch to it's jumpers, and it's not doing anything. Only thing I could think is that maybe the power button itself is messed up. But not sure why. . . Not sure why the power supply would be the issue. It's only a year old, and 500Watts. It's giving power to the board. . . . any ideas? suggestions? troubleshooting which may be lead to a solution? Thanks so much!
I am having an issue when i switched on my system the processor fan running then monitor will gone power saving mode
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
First of all, here is a small checklist you may follow to troubleshoot this problem: - Disconnect all unnecessary cables and hardware, except the cable going into the power supply. Turn it on. Does the power supply make any sound? If yes, it's probably not the power supply. - Plug in the graphics card, RAM and the power cable to the motherboard. What happens now? This is the bare minimum a computer needs to give any form of sensible output. If you can do this and get back to me on your results, it should give me some more information to work with to get your PC working again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First are you sure it is the CPU fan and not the Power Supply fan? Open up the case and make sure the power supply cable is snug into the slot. Make sure that Pin 1 is lined up with Pin 1 on the motherboard. There should be a notch or red dot or different looking Pin to show you where pin 1 is...sounds like it may be a connection problem from power supply to motherboard...try that and let me know what happens we have other options but have to start somewhere..
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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