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I have a emachine PC. PowerSupply blew up. changed it still down

Changed power supply which had a melted capacitor when I opened the top of the psu unit. changed it with a replacement one. but when i power on i only get a green light on on mother board. pc would not boot. i have a d845epi/d845gvsr mother board. do i need to change the motherboard. is that what's shot due to the faulty power supply unit. how do i tell ? the green light which gets lit when i power on is near the CPU socket labled 'F' on right side of the CPU Fan socket. pls help

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  • subho248 Feb 27, 2009

    no only the green light on the mother board is lit. no sound nothing.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2009

    exacly the same.

  • Bowmaster Apr 08, 2009

    Yep PSU died and Only get one little green light near cpu after replacing the psu.

  • bassass May 11, 2010

    ok some newer computers have lights either on the front or back.. im not sure about Em..but you can tell by which light is LITE up..the lights tell you what too look for .... like my dell if the number 3 is lite up it could be the memorry you will have to check yours i can also lok around and see if i can find that for you



  • bassass May 11, 2010

    does the computer beep at all?

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Dear,

ELECTRIC SHOK OR IMPROPER EARTHING IS DAMAGE POWER SUPPLY,MOTHERBOARD,PROCESSOR,RAM
HOW TO CHECK IT.

(WHEN CHECKING KEEP CAUTION :- REMOVE HARD DISK DRIVE POWER SUPPLY SOCKET)

1. check power supply watt 400/450 and same another power supply install and check it. if power supply change and system is working ok so problem in your power supply.

2. check CMOS cell on motherboard,(3 volt)

3. Bfore power supply changing check on mother board any capasitor is like as damaged or not.
OR check main chipset ic is marked as intel.whenpower on it is very hitting or
normal)if very hitting require to repair your motherboard.(intel chipset ic near cmos cell or pci slot,)
4. checking of ram on other pc (working or not)(one beeps coming or not,if one beep coming ram is working ok)

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