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Powers down 3 secs after switching on - pre POST (no beep)

Built PC - switched on and entered CMOS - set boot priority to DVD then hard drive - booted from Windows XP CD - startup files successfully loaded - created HD partition - selected it and commenced formatting - got to 7% then PC hung - so forced a power down.

All subsequent attempts to boot PC fail after 3 secs without POST test and no beeps

Using AMD 5000 dual core Athlon 64 processor

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  • glenlee_john Jan 16, 2009

    Built PC - switched on and entered CMOS - set boot priority to DVD then hard drive - booted from Windows XP CD - startup files successfully loaded - created HD partition - selected it and commenced formatting - got to 7% then PC hung - so forced a power down.

    All subsequent attempts to boot PC fail after 3 secs without POST test and no beeps

    Thank you for the suggestion Witchunter - have already removed graphics card (relying on on-board graphics) and have in turn disconnected hard drive and DVD also removed all but one memory chip - still powers down after 3 secs.

    ny help will be most welcome

  • glenlee_john Jan 16, 2009

    Thanks rockfixya - the processor fan works immediately on switch on

  • glenlee_john Jan 16, 2009

    Thanks gdmisp (Go to CMOS and go to auto configuration with fail safe settings. save settings and exit. or F10 and restart cd set up) - my problem is that I cannot enter CMOS - screen remains blank (no invitation to enter setup)

  • glenlee_john Jan 16, 2009

    Thanks Witchunter - I was confident about the processor installation - however i did not use additional thermal paste just relied on that supplied on the cooler. Would 3 secs be enough to cause shutdown for this reason do you think?

  • glenlee_john Jan 16, 2009

    Thank you blueetc3221 - I used the long format (partition size 120 gb) however this problem is occuring prior to POST and without being able to enter CMOS

  • glenlee_john Jan 16, 2009

    thank you askme - the hard drive is a new Western Digital 300 GB Caviar SATA II - however this problem is occuring pre POST test

  • glenlee_john Jan 16, 2009

    thank you askme - the hard drive is a new Western Digital 300 GB Caviar SATA II - however this problem is occuring pre POST test

  • glenlee_john Jan 16, 2009

    thanks ciraldo52 - I have virtually rebuilt the machine to no avail.

    Is it possible that this is a swith problem?

  • glenlee_john Jan 16, 2009

    Thank you Ronnieh49 - but I would have thought that a faulty hard drive would not prevent entry to CMOS?

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Lets start with the obvious first... have you examined the power button to make sure it is not sticking. second... unplug everything including the hard drive... will it boot to the cmos ?
Third sometimes just unplugging it resetting the cmos (jumper or removing the cmos battery) will fix the issue

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U have to chak your hdd its has been bed sector on it so u have to do this u need to plug your hard disk in to

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    sandip panchal Jan 16, 2009

    another computer the disk go in start>run>type cmd

    press enter



    then type this command chakdsk /r



    its will fix all the bed sector from your hard disk & then try to install

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Silly question but are you installing a 64 bit version of windows?

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    Rob Houg Jan 16, 2009

    You are correct faulty hd will not prevent access to cmos.

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    Rob Houg Jan 16, 2009

    Try removing the battery from the motherboard for a few minutes with pc unplugged. Put the battery back in try booting the computer

    You can also try reseating the memory sticks.

    Or removing them completely to see where you get in the boot proccess.

    If none of these work I would start looking at proccessor fan and power supply. Faulty fan or fan not plugged in will cause restart because of over heat. (although usually it takes longer than a couple seconds)

    Check proccessor fan also check to see processor is seated correctly.


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    Rob Houg Jan 16, 2009

    Sorry I skimmed through some of the responses and noticed you did see fan working for proccesor. I would check the fan in power supply as well as what the output is on the powr supply.

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Hard drive? Unlikely, because it happens before post. CPU? Possibly, but very rare.

Have you tried power supply? New ones (especially those included with cases) are known for failing rather quickly. Test it with another power supply just to see if it boots up or not :c)

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    Kevin Shafer Jan 16, 2009

    Could it be a the switch sticking? Again, possibly....to test that, short the switch jumpers on the motherboard to turn it on and see if it does it.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

May I suggest removing the processor and memory but leave the heatsink fan electrically connected. Power it up. If it does not shutdown within 3 seconds, most likely a defective processor. It it still shuts down, motherboard issue. Of course there is always the possibility that the motherboards will auto shutdown if it detects no processor.

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Hi, from the description, these are the possibilities.
- Any newly installed hardware. Please disconnect and try. - Bad installation DVD/ CD. Try with another installation Disk. - Hard drive spoilt. In this case, try installating in a different partition and see.

I will update if I can think of any other possibility ... Also, set BIOS to default settings and see.

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It usually suggests theres an issue with the hard drive..you might try installing a diffent win version and see if you cant upgrade from there sometimes that will work sometimes it wont. but itsounds like a hard drive issue

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Try to remove everything and reinstal the os and boot sycence and try again try to unhook the main power block from everything and reconnect it hope this helps

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It sounds like harddrive is bad
Is it new harddrive or used one
let me know
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Use the manufacturer's software to scan hard drive for physical platter errors. Maxtor, Seagate and Westrn Digital have software to check, and repair sectors - and is available on their respective websites for download.
Are you using the quick format, or standard format?
Sometimes drives with large partitions have problems with the long format.
Try the quick format.
If it still doesnt work, check the drive for physical errors with the software I mentioned above.

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    blueextc3221 Jan 16, 2009

    If you cannot enter CMOS, there may be a memory module problem, or video card problem. Remove all installed memory and video card, and re-seat firmly.

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    blueextc3221 Jan 16, 2009

    Reset the CMOS (either remove the battery for 5 min, or your M/B may have a jumper to use)

    Incompatible memory often causes voltage problems.

    Your model #s of installed components (M/B & memory module) would be helpful. otherwise we are grasping at straws.

  • blueextc3221
    blueextc3221 Jan 16, 2009

    you can also remove the battery and re-try. If the system works, your battery needs replacing.

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    blueextc3221 Jan 16, 2009

    Have you disconnected the drive to try and enter BIOS?

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    blueextc3221 Jan 16, 2009

    The POST process checks the basic system functions before attempting to load an o/s. It checks RAM, Processor, drives, system interface, etc. If POST fails, the system will normally halt and may produce a series of beeps from the internal speaker which can help indicate the cause of the problem. Is your internal speaker hooked up?

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Go to CMOS and go to auto configuration with fail safe settings. save settings and exit. or F10 and restart cd set up .

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    David McCreery Jan 16, 2009

    Ok uplug all stuff on pc . If you cannot enter CMOS, there memory module problem, or video card problem. Remove all installed memory and , and re-seat firmly.Then try to boot with system cd an a reconfigure.Then go back to in stall os.

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    David McCreery Jan 16, 2009

    The only hardware that can be faulty at this point are motherboard or onboard drivers power supply jumpers on motherboard or processor.

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Check out the processor fan.

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    Ok.. do some steps1. First of all reset BIOS to default setting and then try to boot. (if you cant able to go in BIOS setting that means there is some BIOS virus in BIOS)
    2. Try to boot your system from another bootable CD/DVD.
    If the solution not works for the problem that means there is some problem in hard drive (HDD) of your system.


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    rockfixya Jan 16, 2009

    scan your BIOS with any new updated antivirus.


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    please let me know if problem solved.
    Thanks for using FixYa.



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What you can try is removing all of your add-on cards, leaving only main components in the system. This way, if the computer boots, you will rule out all the main components as faulty.
Next, try adding add-on components one by one and see which one hangs the system.

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    Nikola Malesevic Jan 16, 2009

    You could try putting the other memory module instead of the current one, maybe the problem is there.

    This behavior might occur if processor temperature is too high, so motherboard shuts down the system. Are you sure processor is well mounted with thermal paste and has working cooler on it?

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    Nikola Malesevic Jan 16, 2009

    Try removing memory modules as well. If it doesn't beep, memory is just fine. Then the only things that are left are procesorr and motherboard.

    One more thing: You can remove your CMOS battery for 30 seconds - this way, BIOS will reset. Put it back and try to boot. There is a way to clear CMOS settings via jumper, but that depends on the motherboard.


  • Nikola Malesevic
    Nikola Malesevic Jan 16, 2009

    First try the methods of clearing CMOS.

    If it doesn't help, then it might just be that processor is too hot.

    Leave it be for an hour or two in some chilly place, then try to boot it. If it shows you boot screen, or at least lives for 15 seconds - cooling is the problem.

    Of course, you will have to solve this as soon as possible to avoid burning the processor.


  • Nikola Malesevic
    Nikola Malesevic Jan 16, 2009

    Please disregard all of the comments stating the faulty drive or entering BIOS.

    Also pay attention to Benimur's post.

    The only hardware that can be faulty at this point are motherboard or processor.


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