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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the power supply for problems.
My computer wouldn't run thru the post up, no beep codes, only the fan running on high. The power switch didn't shut the computer down, it needed to be turned off at the power supply, or unplugged.
I replaced the motherboard to no avail. Only after changing out the power supply did it work correctly.
My theory is that the power supply quit supplying power to the motherboard, but kept supplying 12 volts to the fan.
The good news is that power supplies are cheaper than motherboards and easier to replace.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
SOURCE: Error on normal boot up,
HI ker7758 ,
You may need to apply "Thermal paste/grease " to the CPU.
You can watch this video tutorial from Youtube:
There are different types of thermal grease. You don't have to buy the expensive ones. The cheapest on the market should be able to do the job.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
Testimonial: "I found one of the hooks for my heat sink springs had broken off. I re-soldered. Will also take your advice & re-paste."
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