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HP Pavilion SlimLine s5000 220W PSU Power Supply HP P/N: 504965-001taken from computer when hard drive died in full working order has been cleanedready to be reinstalledModel:PC8044HP P/N:504965-001AC INPUT:100-240V, 50/60HZ, 6ADC OUTPUT:+3.3V 16A+5.08V 15A TOTAL110W MAX+12.0V 16A TOTAL210W MAX-12.0V 0.3A+5.08Vsb 2.0A
However to certain take the panel off yours and have a look at yours
The are plenty of higher power replacements available search the internet for eg "what psu is in a hp s5200z"
You cannot just replace the motherboard and then install the same Hard Drive and expect it to work. It CAN work, but you have to prep your Hard Drive before you switch motherboards.
Your Operating System, if already installed on your Hard Drive, is configured/locked to your old motherboard. You would have to run SYSPREP or some other software on your COMPLETE system before switching out your motherboard, to UNBIND all the hardware and drivers already installed in your Operating System. This would make it ready to be installed in a new computer system... which yours is with a motherboard change.
The only option that I am aware of is to completely reinstall your Operating System from scratch... however, if your old motherboard is still functional, you might be able to put your old system back together and then run the appropriate software (search online), which could save you some time.
By replacing the Hard drive you have removed the recovery partition with the operating system on it.
Did you make a backup of the Operating system to a set of CD's or just the Data?
If it was just the data you need a new operating system through HP Tech Support. The instructions are here EmptyPortlet
Download Ccleaner by clicking here.
When the download completes run it and install with all the defaults.
After setup is complete run the program, it will automatically cleanup the hard drive and remove unneeded files.
► do a power drain i.e unplug the power cable and press the power button and hold it down for 10 secs.
► reseat the hard drive by unplugging the cable connecting the hard drive and motherboard and also the power cable
The on-board RadeonXpress 200M graphics is a dog. It offloads a lot of work to your cpu, and shares system memory which ties up the bus and detracts from the memory available to the OS.
The s7520 suffers from thermal problems due to it's size and poor ventilation. It also has a very limted power supply. Therefore, your choices are also limited. If you could score Radeon X600 or X1300 with 128MB for cheap somewhere it would be a worthwhile upgrade. It does need to be PCI (not PCI-E) and half-height (low profile).