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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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  • artiacousmc May 11, 2010

    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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install the flat cables coming from the hard disk drive, optical units and floppy disk drive. If you didn't install these devices to the case yet now it is a good time to do so. The cable from the hard disk drive must be installed on the IDE1 (primary) port and the cable from the optical unit must be installed on the IDE2 (secondary) port. The floppy cable should be installed on the floppy port. To install the cable, just pay attention on the red wire, it should be installed facing the "pin 1" marking on the motherboard. This marking is usually a number "1" or "2" painted on one of the sides of the connector (the opposite side should be marked "40" or "39", or "33" or "34" in the case of the floppy port).


Figure 19: Cables from the hard disk drive, optical unit and floppy disk drive correctly installed.
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First off, please use proper case. All upper case makes it look like you are shouting. Thanks.

Try removing everything you can possibly remove from the outside other than the monitor. Remove any cards inside not needed to boot (sound, NIC, modem, etc.).

Disconnect mouse and keyboard, too if it will boot without a keyboard. Some systems will halt at the BIOS screen without a keyboard.

When you have a minimum config for booting, boot and see if it stays on. If so, one of the items disconnected is the culprit.

If not, reconnect keyboard (if disconnected) and boot into Safe mode by tapping F8 after BIOS screen. See if it will stay on in safe mode. If it will stay on in safe mode, problem is O/S.

If it won't stay on in safe mode, see how long it will stay on at the BIOS screen. If it will stay on indefinitely, you could have flaky RAM or possibly hard drive. Power off, unplug power cable, remove hard drive and see if you can boot to the Windows CD. If it will boot up to Starting Windows and stay on, probably not RAM although that is not a definitive test. At that point, I'd try another hard drive and see if the O/S will install or try wiping and reloading the original hard drive.

Let me know if you need more help.


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Hi infofreak,
Try to follow these steps one by one.
1. Remove the power supply cable from the hard disk, CD/DVD, floppy drive or any other device you might have.
2. Check the wires that go to your front panel ;pwr sw, reset, hdd led, pwr led, speaker etc. Make sure there are at the correct position.
3. Now turn on your computer, if ok you should see some info on your monitor screen.
4. If ok, you can put back the power cable to hard disk only left the others open. Turn on the computer , if ok then proceed with other device one by one. If something wrong in between then maybe your power supply isn't deliver enough power to your system. Get a larger rating power supply.
5. If step 3 is not ok, then take out the power cable on the motherboard from the power supply. Wait a few seconf and place it back to the connector. Make sure it is securely fit, you should hear a click sound once it is fitted in. Turn on your computer.
If Ok repeat step 4.
6. If still not ok, as step 5 this time take out the CPU.

Try the above steps and see whether they can solve your problem. Good Luck

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