Question about Intel Pentium 3 , 450 MHz Pentium III (SL364) Boxed Processor
When i flash the power pins with a screw driver the system starts, however when i try to start the system by plugging in the power button wire, it does not work.
sometimes after repeated pressing the button it boots on (occasional)
I tried to flash both the wires after plugging the socket on the pin but it also did not work.
the only way it turns on is by flasing the pins directly with a screw driver.
please suggest what may be the possible remedie
It look like your power switch button is broken. A replacement may be very difficult to come by, you could add a new power switch by drilling a small hole on a safe place on your case and installing an simple electronic switch that you can find at any electronics store like radio shack but this would involve soldering and wiring. Or you could move your system to a new case.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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