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PC does not boots

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My Desktop PC does not boots up sometimes and if it boots also it restarts after 5 mins I am not able to proceed please can some one help me.

Current Problem:
My hard drive is empty and does not have any contents in my hard disk So I want to install the Windows XP operating system to my system.
Now if I insert the CD and start the system all the fans will be running and the the display does not comes up in the moniter. After it starts it will reboot after 5 mins even if I enter to BIOS setup and stay in BIOS screen it reboots after 5 mins.

Please can some one help me to resolve the problem.

My System configuration:
Intel 845 GBV mother board
1 GB RAM + 256 MB RAM
80 GB Hard Disk
On board video is not working so I am using 8 MB NVIDEA graphics card

Please do reply to me !! I will be waiting for the reply

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  • guru_bh Jun 28, 2009

    Hi,


    Thanks for your inputs I have tried to remove all the components and tried connecting only the mother board with power supply and check the display.


    Still it dosent work but sometimes it boots up and works fine.


    I have tried even dis connecting the hardware parts by one by one but still I was not able to find what is the problem.


    If you have some method to find out which is the faulty hardware I can try to find that.


    One more question is what is the voltage and ampere needs to come from the SMPS ?

  • guru_bh Jun 28, 2009

    Thanks for your inputs I have tried to remove all the components and tried connecting only the mother board with power supply and check the display.
    Still it dosent work but sometimes it boots up and works fine.
    I have tried even dis connecting the hardware parts by one by one but still I was not able to find what is the problem.
    If you have some method to find out which is the faulty hardware I can try to find that.
    One more question is what is the voltage and ampere needs to come from the SMPS ?



  • guru_bh Jun 28, 2009

    Thanks for your inputs I have tried to remove all the components and tried connecting only the mother board with power supply and check the display.
    Still it dosent work but sometimes it boots up and works fine.
    I have tried even dis connecting the hardware parts by one by one but still I was not able to find what is the problem.
    If you have some method to find out which is the faulty hardware I can try to find that.
    One more question is what is the voltage and ampere needs to come from the SMPS ?



  • guru_bh Jul 01, 2009

    Hi Checked my SMPS manually as I dont have one more system to check with another SMPS, the voltage what is comming is right and when I connect my SMPS to a FAN and short the green and black wire the fan runs without any problems :)

    So is there still problem in the SMPS ?

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Change the SMPS, preferably with 450 & above wattage. Also you must be using an UPS(uninterrupted power supply or battery back-up so there are no chances of voltage fluctuation. At the time of changing the SMPS also remove the RAM and clean the contact points with a piece of normal white paper..............sodeep

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    Sudeep Chatterjee Jun 30, 2009

    Since you seem to be unwilling to change the SMPS, try lading only 1 RAM in any slot, switch slots and see if it has any improvement on the PC behavior. Both RAMS should same FSB, i.e. "Bus Speed", otherwise it will behave like now. Ensure that both RAM have the same FSB(133, 266,333, 400, 667,800,............) and simply try at least a working SMPS, borrowed or whatever. My experience in this kind of situation, if both RAMS have same FSB's, simply replace the SMPS which probably costs, max. 5 bucks. There are various voltages coming from the SMPS( practically 6, if one counts the -ve voltage too and a tolerence varies from maker to maker.
    Try this once and if it does not work feel free to curse me(hope not)..................sodeep

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In my experince it is a ram fault change a new ram to check once atime. 2/ some times some parts of computer may be sort .as modeam and graphice card. took out them and check one by one.

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    some time bootable virouse can not give to boot.took out hdd and formate on another hd . then it can work . ihave face same problem and solve ,

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