Question about Motherboards
Well i did a repair to fix the Power Supply fan got the exact same kind same volts and everything and just spliced the old one out and put the new one since iv taken a tech course in high school i doubt there is anyway unless i have become color blind latly and can not tell red from black.
Needless to say i hade it hooked up and it was working fine just needed to get the hard drives to figure out what one goes where as i took the whole thing apart.
It booted up but could not read the the one hard drive that was not a problem as it had allways been picky.
Well i turned it off and figured i would go to bed. Low and behold the next day i go to go turn it on and iv lost all video feed iv tryed a few differnt mointors and video cards. some Pci some Agp, no go.
the only thing i think may have been done was somewhere along the way i got a wire or two crossed on the board there is a group of 5 pins and there are 8 wires i am pritty sure i put them back on the same way they came off but i cant be to sure and i dont have the motherboard book with me currently.
So if you would happen to know what order those wires go in they got little plastic sleaves and a few say Prot + and Prot - and then there are a few that say just + and -. So if you got a spare book around lol if you dont mind looking that up for me as i can not seem to find one online.
Regards Scott J - Shinigami_jouei_toru@hotmail.com
I thin if u have screwed up with connection u might have screwed up the motherboard is the mother board workig if not ur power in inthe mother have gone dead
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
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Test your PSU or replace it if your power supply units fan is not working your PSU is faulty
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