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Re: Medion M3 Composer 5100 PC need to replace the power...
I presume from the very brief description? you are adept at changing the power supply and have installed it correctly? The power leads from the supply each have corresponding male/ female plugs to which only correspond the route or receiver they need to be connected too.if you are asking for a schemetic diagram for place to place positioning for your newly self installed power supply I really can not help,(without more detailed information) save to say obviuosly you are well clued in to the p.c.for repair so I presume possibly a Motherboard circuit diagram is in your possesion or maybe a sniff on the site available for your p.c.
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It may seem to have power because the power lights are one voltage and a lot of other stuff is another. Thus, one voltage may work and the others not. First step, beg, borrow, or buy a power supply and replace the one you have. Power supplies are as little as $15.00 so it's not going to break the bank. Once you've replaced the PS you may find all things working...if not then reseat the RAM and CPU, disconnect everything but the power supply and RAM and test. If it works reconnect each disconnected item until it doesn't work. If, once you've disconnected everything but the ps, ram and cup, it doesn't work you will probably need to take it to a repair place as it's probably the main board.
the problem may be ram memory and motherboard battry (cell).remove your ram and clean it and restore back.remove your motherboard cell and start computer without cell.if computer work fine and problem is solved then restore cell back and start computer again.
Dual graphic cards aka SLI require a SLI Power Supply. This is a good option if you want to start building a new system. Another option is just to get the new Nvidia 280 graphic card. Check out Tomshardware.com for a killer article on the latest graphic cards.