MSI 1996 Motherboard: Power on Signal to PS staying high
P-ON should enable 3.3 &12v to Motherboard when start button is pushed. The signal stays high and if i disconnect it and put the ps side down to 0v everything is fine PC works beutifully. Only drawback ps and fan remain running following normal PC shutdown. I have noticed the abscence of any audio from PC. Medion the PC manufacturer say it will be static and advice i get a new Motherboard. What do you think?? I have asked this question on another forum with no response.
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This is not the button issue but motherboard issue unless button is not stuck . So you will have to replace motherboard . (The motherboard is not able to hold the signal that we apply through power button. If power button has issue , you will not be able to power on server at all)
Your alarm may have lost the tach signal, that was learned to it, when it was originally installed. That would cause the remote start to try starting the vehicle over and over again, until it finally stays running, because it can't read the engine speed to know it's running. If you can find the valet push button switch in your vehicle, try this; Start your car with the key and immediately after it starts, press and hold that valet push button switch until the alarm led on the dash stays lit up or the park lights flash. Then, release the valet switch, shut the car off and try remote starting it. That is the procedure to re-learn the tach signal. Hope it works for you.
Check the cable between your monitor and computer. If this is a new install and you have added a graphics card, you will need to boot up once using the on-board VGA. Doing so will allow you to turn off the on-board VGA in the BIOS. Then you can shut down and move the monitor cable to the new graphics card and reboot.
It is likely your power supply is failing. When you press your power button a signal goes through the motherboard to the power supply, then the PS comes on. I would try a replacement power supply first, you can get a used one for less than $20.
ok, there could have been a graphics issue in the bios caused by the windows graphics drivers, heres what you could try........... remove the power cord from the back of the machine, remove the side panel to allow access to the motherboard, you will see a battery! take it out for 10 mins and push the on/off button a couple of times, this will drain any remaing power from the motherboard, after 10 mins the CMOS should have cleared so you can replace the battery, plug in the power and turn the machine on hopefully you'll get a signal