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Problem with my Motherboard

My computer is having a problem, it keeps on hanging even I change the processor and also change the memory. Now it gets worst, the computer is not turning on. I replaced a power supply, but still not working. I expected that my motherboard is the problem. Is there anything that I can do with it?

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  • Royal06 Nov 18, 2007

    thank you for your helf, but i already tried reseting my cmos.

  • roel082980 Nov 22, 2007

    i have problem in my board p4vmm2. i already change my power supply but still no power. i think its a problem of my motherboard. can you help me please?

  • zenpal Jan 03, 2008

    I turn on the power supply switch and turn the front panel power switch and the fan comes on for a second and stops. No lights. No beeps. Is the motherboard bad or the power supply bad or is it something else

  • hatcho Jan 24, 2008

    my computer is hanging and the monitor turn its color into green what does this cause? thanks..



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Was working on this model mobo tonight with a friend. Ran into the same exact problem, and tried leaving only mobo and the HD connected. Also tried nothing but the PSU and the mobo.

Will come on for appx 2 seconds and then shuts off. Tried 4 different known good PSUs. I am assuming that there is a problem with the Power good pin thats causing the PSU to cut power off to the motherboard.

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We did that

went as far as to disconnect everything cept power to the mobo
I tried all
just the hd

and nothing but PS and mobo

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Have you tried to reset the cmos

Posted on Nov 15, 2007

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    marco amezcua Nov 18, 2007

    what i would try next would be to disconnect all cd roms anything you have connected to the computer only leave the hard drive connected see what happens k get back to me

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    marco amezcua Dec 27, 2007

    did you put the cmos jumper back the way it was try to put the other processor back in and do How do I test if the power supply is bad?
    Warning This test is for those with extensive electronics training. Do not try this if you do not have extensive electronics training. Make sure there is enough load connected to the power supply before testing ( at least motherboard and one hard drive)!

    ATX power connector layout isshown above. 5VSB constantly provides 5V power to the connector through pin 9. If you have a voltmeter, while the power supply fan does not turn on, you could identify which pin is pin 9. Normally there is a clip on the connector between pin 15 and 16. If one can identify pin 14 (the only green wire goes to pin 14), this is the power-on pin. Onee can use a piece of wire to short pin 14 and 15 (or any other black wired ground pin). If you power supply has power connected to it and power switch on the power supply is on, the fan should be turning by now. Otherwise, your power supply may have problem.
    this test


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