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Dropped PC tower 2 ft, now it's dead?

I was moving my PCs tower, and now when I try to turn it on, only the fans run. There is no beep, there's not even a sign of life on the monitor. I have already ensured that the RAM is in place tightly.

I'm just hoping the answer isn't that I'm screwed.

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    mrninja May 11, 2010

    did you check and double check all connections? inside and out? and be sure you use proper ESD precautions

  • ERIC BAKER May 11, 2010

    Have you tried checking all your internal connection's other than the ram to make sure something's not lose?

  • Gerald Russell
    Gerald Russell May 11, 2010

    Ouch! what else have you checked (is the CPU still connected tightly? have you checked the hard drive connections - to motherboard and to hard drive? etc.)

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It's highly likely that either the RAM or the Video card came loose. Remove all RAM chips and reseat them. Do the same with your video card. Video cards have a way of becoming loose even if they feel ok. The only way to be sure is completely remove, then reseat it.

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Check the 2 power leads into the motherboard:

should be a long white on and a small square one near the connectors for the back

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