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After blackout. Changed PSU... same symptom. If all disconnected (disks, pci slots, etc) except Mobo, cpu, ram ... same symptom; reset cmos... same symptom. Hardware troubleshooting needed; e.g. bad caps? some burnt component?
2) Starts at 0:04,
However, the Electrolytic Paste inside the Radial Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors; can also dry up, and show no outward visual signs of damage.
4) If the Thermal Paste (Or Thermal Pad), has dried up in-between the Processor, and Heatsink. you can see the same.
Posted on Dec 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If all was working fine before, then, you have either not connected the cpu power cable, as is sometimes required other than being powered by the processor socket, or your power supply unit is not pentium 4 compatable and is unable to power the processor.
Posted on Apr 07, 2007
Ya. If it keeps re-booting then it may be a virus (my things virus)
If not, go to system properties and start up and recovery settings. remove reboot on error settings (in XP) It doesnt fix the root cause but may stop your frustration
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
SOURCE: NO video @ bootup
Are you sure that the memory you have installed is compatible with your motherboard.
It is weired but some memory do not work with certain motherboards, irespective of speed or voltage rating.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
Tips for a great answer:
Try to boot with 1 stick of ram then swap it with the other and try again. Next unplug the case front connections from the mobo header (pins). Draw a sketch where they all go so you don't forget. I'm talking about the power switch, reset SW, HDD LED etc. Also remove anything connected to the back panel printers etc. Also remove the mouse and keyboard. Carefully, momentarily short the pins that were connected to the power switch and note results.
If it still doesn't boot, remove all parts from the mobo except 1 Stick of RAM, graphics card, PSU, and of course CPU. Leave the mouse and keyboard unplugged. Try to boot by shorting the mobo pins again. If it doesn't boot it is most likely either the PSU or the mobo. It could also be the CPU or RAM but it is less likely.
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