If there is an issue with a card or memory you can run into this issue, try taking out all but one stick of ram, then see if it boots, then if it doesn't try another stick, and move it around the slots.
Also remove any cards you have installed that you don't need to boot up.
Disconnect any 12v power connectors from the drives too, if it boots up, plug them back in one, by one.
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what device? is *********** board won't start? Or a hardware doesn't start like ram or your printer If the problem is your motherboard check all your hardwares and connectors like this:
If the motherboard won't start if you click the power button check the LED(the small light bulb on your motherboard) if its glowing. If not, check the connector of your power supply or check the power supply if its working by looking its fan if revolving.
If you push the button and there's a sign of power but didn't start up that will appear on your screen check the connection of your monitor screen to your desktop computer. If it's connected, remove your RAM from the motherboard and insert it to another memory slot to check if it's broken.
Last, if you push the power button and here 1 short beep but the boot screen didn't appeared from your screen check your graphic card. Remove the graphic card and re-insert it again to its graphic card slot and plug in your monitor connector to it. If it still remain that way, buy a new graphic card.
1) The bracket is a simple push fit one - it just pops in and locks in there when pushed.
2) Simple test (assuming that the processor , video card and the memory have been tested in another motherboard and are good): remove all the disks and try to start it up into the BIOS - if you can't then the problem is in the motherboard. As a last hope reset the BIOS and remove the battery for one hour. If it doesn't starts even after that then the board is dead. The DVD burner will power up and seek even if it's not connected to anything else - all that it says is that the unit is working normally.
It means there is a flea power on the motherboard, but i suspect the powersupply is faulty since the fans is not working. Try to check the power button led light if it is "amber" if yes, Powersupply needs to be replaced.
it could be your power switch, veriy that it isnt the power supply by
1.) un-plug it from the main board
2.) look at the main board connector(one coming of the power supply)
3.) you should see green wire and next to it a black one
4.) using a paper clip bridge the too wires
5.) if it works proceed to net step if not get a new power supply
to check case switch and board switch
1.) plug in power supply to main board
2.) look at the pins where the power button connects to
3.) using a metal object (blade screw driver) bridge the pins
if the board should start up>
then its your power button on the case that is bad, you can try to repair it, chage it or buy a new case,
if it doesnt work.
1.) ensure that jcms(jumper to flash the bios) is set correctly
2.) unjack each drive one at a time to see if any is causing stalling
3.) get a new main board
Either the new power supply you purchased is not functioning correctly. But, assuming it is now that you are getting some form of power to your PC, it is very likely the motherboard. Whatever fried your old power supply (or it could have just been the power supply itself) most likely fried your motherboard in the process. Probably not the CPU since the MB can't even post.