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Will not boot

I have unpluged all extra boards and drives, etc. I also have verifyed correct voltages coming out of the power supply. The power supply fan and cpu fan run but that's about all it does. No boot screen, no bios screen etc. When I opened the case the cpu fan was unplugged!

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    here is a kicker question, what there thermal grease/gel/paste between the processor and heatsink?

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Plug the cpu fan tightly and try again it might be overheating.

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This could be any number of problems. First start with hardware. Is everything seated and connected correctly? Are the hard drives installed correctly. Are the power on pins on the board set correctly or pinned at all? Is the ram the correct ram?

Check the hard drives, are they functional, do they boot with other computers?

Use a volt meter and check that the power supply is producing the correct voltages on all the connectors and rails.

If that all checks out, it might be a bios error. Check your boot load order and if the motherboard is detecting the hard drives, check that the correct bios settings for OS management are in place as this is a server. Is the RAM power settings (voltage) and speed correctly selected? Will the computer boot from optical drive using a live CD? Will it boot from a USB live OS (like Ubuntu)?

Since it's not booting, you may not have compatible hardware or damaged hardware. The OS that's installed on the hard drives may not be able to load on the new (older model) motherboard due to driver incompatibility.

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How to replace a computer's power supply


The power supply is one of the most common components to fail inside a desktop computer. If you don't mind turning a screwdriver, you can replace a bad power supply yourself and save on repair costs.

Before purchasing a replacement power supply:

- Make sure to get a power supply that is rated for at least the same wattage as your current power supply.
- Verify that the new power supply has all of the necessary connectors that your current one has. You can either check this visually by looking at the connectors that you have, or by making sure your computer is listed as one of the models that the new power supply is compatible with.
- Make sure the new power supply will fit inside your computer's case. (If the new power supply is compatible with your computer, that won't be a concern.)

To install the new power supply:

- Turn your computer off and unplug it from its power source.
- Unplug all of the cables leading from your computer, including the power cable.
- Open the computer's case. (If you're not sure how to do this, you can probably look it up online. Most computers either have screws in the back that come out, a side panel that slides off, or they open up like a clamshell.)
- Disconnect all of the cables leading from your power supply. Note what component each connector plugs into. You should have connectors for your fan(s), hard drive(s), optical and/or floppy drive(s), motherboard (may be one or two connectors), and the front power switch.
- Unscrew the power supply from the system case and remove it.
- Set the new power supply in the case facing the same way as the old power supply and screw it in.
- Attach all of the connectors. (You may have more connectors than components, but make sure each component that was connected before is connected again now.)
- Close the system case and reattach any screws.
- Plug the power cable into the power supply and then into the wall outlet.
- Reattach all other cables.
- Make sure the power switch on the back of the power supply is on.
- Make sure the voltage switch on the back of the power supply is set to the correct voltage (115 volts in the United States).
- Turn on the computer and verify that it boots up correctly.

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Vizio VT470M no picture, no sound, no backlight. Power supply board looks good all voltages appear correct (24V, 5V, and 3.7V) and no "bulged" capacitors . When I unplug unit for two hours, the...


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Hi there,
Do any fans or lights come on?

Here's things I'd check:
-Replace Power supply (You already did this)
-Try a different AC outlet, remove any surge protector
-Remove the Power Button Cable from the MB and short those pins
with a screw driver just for a second.. (to eliminate a bad power button)
-Verify that the Power button is connected to the correct place.
-Verify the voltage selector on the Power supply is set to 115V (if that's what you have)
-Verify the Power supply's additional switch is set to on (if it has one on the back)
-Verify the CPU is seated correctly and securely.
-Verify there is no metal screws or anything like that sitting on the motherboard.
-Verify that the extra 4 Pin 12V connector is connected (if present on
this MB)
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STEP: Ensure Correct Power Button Is Used and Is Not Sticking or Broken. If the power button remains depressed during the power-on attempt, the computer immediately powers off, mimicking a "no power" symptom. Ensure the button is not being held down too long or binding against the bezel or chassis. If necessary, remove the front cover to press the button directly.
2. or else...STEP: Check the Power Button LED on the Front of the Computer (on Blinking yellow)
Initial state of LED at power up.
Indicates system has power, but the POWER_GOOD signal is not yet active.
If the hard drive LED is off, it is probable that the power supply needs to be replaced.
If the hard drive LED is on, it is probable that an onboard regulator or VRM has failed. Look at the diagnostic LEDs for further information. or lese..

3. STEP: Restart the Computer Using the Power Button.Press and hold the power button down until the computer powers off. This should not require more than 10 - 15 seconds.Press the power button to turn on the computer.
4. STEP: Verify the Power Supply Voltage Selector Is Correct for the Region. Verify the setting for the power supply:
*Unplug the power cable from the back of the system. *Press and hold the power button for at least 5 seconds to discharge remaining power.*Inspect the voltage selector setting on the back of the machine (Figure 1). Ensure that the voltage select is set in the correct position for the region the in which the system is operating: For Europe and Asia, the voltage setting should be 230V.In North America, Mexico, parts of Central and South America, and parts of the Caribbean, the voltage setting should be 115V.*Plug the power cord back into the back of the system.*Turn on the power.
STEP: Try a Different Known-Good Wall Outlet.
STEP: Remove All External Devices. Turn the system off.
Unplug everything from the front and back of the system except for the power cord or AC adapter, including: keyboard mouse monitor speakers printers scanners USB devices handheld PDAs external Zip or CD-R drives joysticks/game pads, etc
Attempt to turn the system on.
STEP: Check the Power Button LED on the Front of the Computer

Blinking Amber/yellow: Initial state of LED at power up.
Indicates system has power, but the POWER_GOOD signal is not yet active.
If the hard drive LED is off, it is probable that the power supply needs to be replaced.
If the hard drive LED is on, it is probable that an onboard regulator or VRM has failed.

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IF A&B are yellow and C&D are green it indicates a memory error.

If A&B are yellow and C&D are off then it indicates that the computer is in sleep or reduced power mode.

What was your symptoms before you replaced the video card? Sometimes if the power supply is weak or bad or you have a bad motherboard then you get no video output. Check your cpacitors on your mobo for leaking or swelling. Let us know what you find out.

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1. STEP: Ensure Correct Power Button Is Used and Is Not Sticking or Broken. If the power button remains depressed during the power-on attempt, the computer immediately powers off, mimicking a "no power" symptom. Ensure the button is not being held down too long or binding against the bezel or chassis. If necessary, remove the front cover to press the button directly.
2. or else...STEP: Check the Power Button LED on the Front of the Computer (on Blinking yellow)
Initial state of LED at power up.
Indicates system has power, but the POWER_GOOD signal is not yet active.
If the hard drive LED is off, it is probable that the power supply needs to be replaced.
If the hard drive LED is on, it is probable that an onboard regulator or VRM has failed. Look at the diagnostic LEDs for further information. or lese..

3. STEP: Restart the Computer Using the Power Button.Press and hold the power button down until the computer powers off. This should not require more than 10 - 15 seconds.Press the power button to turn on the computer.
4. STEP: Verify the Power Supply Voltage Selector Is Correct for the Region. Verify the setting for the power supply:
*Unplug the power cable from the back of the system. *Press and hold the power button for at least 5 seconds to discharge remaining power.*Inspect the voltage selector setting on the back of the machine (Figure 1). Ensure that the voltage select is set in the correct position for the region the in which the system is operating: For Europe and Asia, the voltage setting should be 230V.In North America, Mexico, parts of Central and South America, and parts of the Caribbean, the voltage setting should be 115V.*Plug the power cord back into the back of the system.*Turn on the power.
STEP: Try a Different Known-Good Wall Outlet.
STEP: Remove All External Devices. Turn the system off.
Unplug everything from the front and back of the system except for the power cord or AC adapter, including: keyboard mouse monitor speakers printers scanners USB devices handheld PDAs external Zip or CD-R drives joysticks/game pads, etc
Attempt to turn the system on.

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1. STEP: Ensure Correct Power Button Is Used and Is Not Sticking or Broken. If the power button remains depressed during the power-on attempt, the computer immediately powers off, mimicking a "no power" symptom. Ensure the button is not being held down too long or binding against the bezel or chassis. If necessary, remove the front cover to press the button directly.
2. or else...STEP: Check the Power Button LED on the Front of the Computer (on Blinking yellow)
Initial state of LED at power up.
Indicates system has power, but the POWER_GOOD signal is not yet active.
If the hard drive LED is off, it is probable that the power supply needs to be replaced.
If the hard drive LED is on, it is probable that an onboard regulator or VRM has failed. Look at the diagnostic LEDs for further information. or lese..

3. STEP: Restart the Computer Using the Power Button.Press and hold the power button down until the computer powers off. This should not require more than 10 - 15 seconds.Press the power button to turn on the computer.
4. STEP: Verify the Power Supply Voltage Selector Is Correct for the Region. Verify the setting for the power supply:
*Unplug the power cable from the back of the system. *Press and hold the power button for at least 5 seconds to discharge remaining power.*Inspect the voltage selector setting on the back of the machine (Figure 1). Ensure that the voltage select is set in the correct position for the region the in which the system is operating: For Europe and Asia, the voltage setting should be 230V.In North America, Mexico, parts of Central and South America, and parts of the Caribbean, the voltage setting should be 115V.*Plug the power cord back into the back of the system.*Turn on the power.
STEP: Try a Different Known-Good Wall Outlet.
STEP: Remove All External Devices. Turn the system off.
Unplug everything from the front and back of the system except for the power cord or AC adapter, including: keyboard mouse monitor speakers printers scanners USB devices handheld PDAs external Zip or CD-R drives joysticks/game pads, etc
Attempt to turn the system on.
STEP: Check the Power Button LED on the Front of the Computer

Blinking Amber/yellow: Initial state of LED at power up.
Indicates system has power, but the POWER_GOOD signal is not yet active.
If the hard drive LED is off, it is probable that the power supply needs to be replaced.
If the hard drive LED is on, it is probable that an onboard regulator or VRM has failed.

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1. STEP: Ensure Correct Power Button Is Used and Is Not Sticking or Broken. If the power button remains depressed during the power-on attempt, the computer immediately powers off, mimicking a "no power" symptom. Ensure the button is not being held down too long or binding against the bezel or chassis. If necessary, remove the front cover to press the button directly.
2. or else...STEP: Check the Power Button LED on the Front of the Computer (on Blinking yellow)
Initial state of LED at power up.
Indicates system has power, but the POWER_GOOD signal is not yet active.
If the hard drive LED is off, it is probable that the power supply needs to be replaced.
If the hard drive LED is on, it is probable that an onboard regulator or VRM has failed. Look at the diagnostic LEDs for further information. or lese..

3. STEP: Restart the Computer Using the Power Button.Press and hold the power button down until the computer powers off. This should not require more than 10 - 15 seconds.Press the power button to turn on the computer.
4. STEP: Verify the Power Supply Voltage Selector Is Correct for the Region. Verify the setting for the power supply:
*Unplug the power cable from the back of the system. *Press and hold the power button for at least 5 seconds to discharge remaining power.*Inspect the voltage selector setting on the back of the machine (Figure 1). Ensure that the voltage select is set in the correct position for the region the in which the system is operating: For Europe and Asia, the voltage setting should be 230V.In North America, Mexico, parts of Central and South America, and parts of the Caribbean, the voltage setting should be 115V.*Plug the power cord back into the back of the system.*Turn on the power.
STEP: Try a Different Known-Good Wall Outlet.
STEP: Remove All External Devices. Turn the system off.
Unplug everything from the front and back of the system except for the power cord or AC adapter, including: keyboard mouse monitor speakers printers scanners USB devices handheld PDAs external Zip or CD-R drives joysticks/game pads, etc
Attempt to turn the system on.
STEP: Check the Power Button LED on the Front of the Computer

Blinking Amber/yellow: Initial state of LED at power up.
Indicates system has power, but the POWER_GOOD signal is not yet active.
If the hard drive LED is off, it is probable that the power supply needs to be replaced.
If the hard drive LED is on, it is probable that an onboard regulator or VRM has failed.

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pull everthing off board but power supply ram cpu and heatsink. then try to power unit.

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