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Replaced power supply

Computer doesn't boot up but fan runs and Computer on-off switch has no effect.

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I had same problem,but mine was under warranty,sent it in and they replaced the motherboard.everything worked ok then

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1. faulty memory stick
2. thermal or fault on power supply
3. thermal or fault on motherboard
4. corrupted bios

we will start with easiest to check re 1.
a. switch off your computer,
b. remove power cable from power supply,
c. remove side wall,
d. remove memory sticks and replace them with known working ones from another computer
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power supply is not much more difficult re2.
a. switch off your computer,
b. remove power cable from power supply,
c. remove power supply cables from motherboard and all accessories, do not remove power supplly from it's craddle yet
d. connect cables from new power supply to your motherboard and processor fan, connect them to your hdd and cdrom,
e. connect power cable to new power supply and start your computer, if computer run correctly, switch it off, remove old power supply and replace with new one

most tiddly bit... when you arrive here that meant that previous two did not solved your problem, re 3:
a. switch off your computer,
b. remove power cable from power supply,
c. disconnect all cables from your m/b
d. connect power supply to m/b and processor fan
e. connect ps2 keyboard
f. connect monitor if "all in one" m/b, video card and then monitor in any other case
g. insert power cable to power supply
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i1. switch off power supply
i2. remove power cable from power supply
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i3. reconnect power supply cable \
i4. switch on the computer
j. acess bios and set your thermal to 75centigrade or 80 centigrade and 5min
k. close bios saving changes
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checking auxiliaries:
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b. remove power cable from power supply,
c. connect cd-rom
d. reinstall power cable and re-start your computer
e. allow 10min run and check if computer is still running

switch off. remove cable and connect your hard disk drive, run or switched off? if off, you need to check your hdd...

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