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System not powering up. Orange light coming on on evga 680i

I had a toasted power supply, which I have replaces. All connectors are now getting juice. When I connect the power cable, my evga 680i mobo blue light turns on, as is expected. When I press the POWER button on the case, I hear a VERY brief little squeak or peep... like a VERY short (less than one second) whining beep and an orange/amber light on the mobo comes on (near the blue light).

I pulled all but one DIMM of memory in the first black slot (as the mobo guide suggests), no change.

Any thoughts?
Scott


MOTHERBOARD: EVGA NForce 680i SLI 122-CK-NF68-AR

I am unsure of the proper voltage for the Memory, so I have been hesitant to change voltages from AUTO in my BIOS. I am willing to sdo it and take the risk is someone knowledgable tells me the proper value.

THANK YOU FOR THE HELP!
Scott



In the end, maybe a snip from Belarc advisor will help.

Operating System
Windows Vista Ultimate (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 6001)

System Model
EVGA 122-CK-NF68 2
System Serial Number: 1
Enclosure Type: Desktop

Processor a
2.67 gigahertz Intel Core2 Quad 64 kilobyte primary memory cache 4096 kilobyte secondary memory cache

Main Circuit Board b
Board: EVGA 122-CK-NF68 2
Serial Number: 1
Bus Clock: 267 megahertz
BIOS: Phoenix Technologies, LTD 6.00 PG 09/04/2008

Drives

600.13 Gigabytes Usable Hard Drive Capacity
460.05 Gigabytes Hard Drive Free Space

Memorex DVD16+/-DL4RWlD2 ATA Device [CD-ROM drive]
VQRMZU XYRG1IZ SCSI CdRom Device [CD-ROM drive]

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    Scott Adams Jan 28, 2009

    Riaz -- You basically said: Check everything. I appreciate the thought, but I need more guidance than that.

  • Scott Adams
    Scott Adams Feb 03, 2009

    For anyone who ever looks, it was a faulty power supply. The chip wasn't getting any juice, but everything else was.

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