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NO POWER TO MOTHERBOARD

I am building a new system now after completion I try to start system but no power is going to the system? Please help me PLEASE

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Doublecheck your powerswitch connection on the MoBo header. Also ensure that everything else on the header is seated correctly and tightly.

The case button may also be at fault.

You will then need to start methodical testing.

Sart with the PSU connected to a known good system. if that works you eliminate the PSU (You did turn tis on on the back didn't you! ;-)

If that Doesn't work try a known good PSU on this system.. If that works you for sure know it's the PSU that's dud.

If you have a spare Mobo try swapping the parts into that.

If it's a brand new board then it may be DOA, it does happen, but unlikely. Anthing else after the board actually gets power will mostlikely produce a beep code if nothing else.. Silence and not running is most likely one of the above.

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Posted on Nov 16, 2007

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I have pc with intel 845 motherboard, There is a vga problem in the monitor. Kindkly advise me with some solution


NO GRAPHICS
Just reset you bios and see. I will tell you simple way to reset system for your BIOS
Please switch off the Computer.

1.Open the RAM from mother board and clene by erraser /sprit and fit it again
http://www.ehow.com/how_895_install-ram.html
Now start your pc.If your problem creating same please switch off the power again,and do the next step.
2. On the motherboard there is a small watch battery. Remove this battery along with the power cable from the power supply. Hold down the power button to fully discharge the system. Wait 2-3 minutes then reinstall the battery and plug in your system. Your reset is now complete

3. Some motherboards have a 3 pin jumper by the battery. Let's say that the jumper connect with pins 2 and 3. follow picture with this link
http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000235.htm

4. Remove the jumper while the machine is OFF and place onto pins 1 and 2. Now Power on your machine for a minute. (Note: Your system will not POST). Shutdown your machine and put the jumper back to pins 2 and 3. Now your system will POST.
Your reset is now complete.
Now you switch off the pc and fit the sata /pata cable tightly. If the problem same please fit the cable as NEW
Now you switch off the pc and fit the sata /pata cable tightly. If the problem same please fit the cable as NEW.

If the problem is creating same please go to nearest technician for cheep label repairring.I should tell you please purchase new mother board

HOPE T WILL SOLVE YOU

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Personally, I've never seen a monitor damage a motherboard. Since monitors have their own power source, the HP answer of the monitor "drawing too much power" is bogus.

Possible failures could include the following:
  1. Failing Power Supply - if you haven't tried a different power source, then that is the 1st thing I'd look at, expecially if another system will run the monitor.
  2. A peripheral item, (Keyboard, Mouse, Printer, scanner or other USB device is preventing POST completion of boot completion.) try booting system with just video and power, nothing else.
  3. Check the monitor cable for bent/broken pins. I have seen bent pins on a cable connection short out a video card, this could cause a no post if the video is integrated.
  4. I just reviewed the HP site on this system, and it appears to ship with a PCI-E video card. It appears most likely that the Video Card (If one is installed). If you have the PCI-E video card in system, remove it, and connect to the intergrated video connection and see if ystem posts.

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Hi,
When it comes to power surges it's hard to say how much of the system was fried. frown.gif It could stop at the power supply, it could stop at the motherboard, or it could go on to other components and fry everything.

The only way to tell what's good is to start testing individual parts in another machine. I don't recommend testing new parts in the damaged system as the new parts could be damaged by parts that are not working correctly in the old system. Also until you isolate the good parts you have no way of knowing if the part is not working because the motherboard is fried, or if it is because of another part that needs to work, for it all to work.

Although there is less of a chance, it is possible that testing damaged parts in another system can screw up that system as well.

If you don't have another computer to test on, you will need to take the system in to a repair shop and have them test the components.

Sorry for the bad news, but if it got past the power supply, chances are at the minimum, the motherboard is fried. frown.gif There is also a good chance you will need a complete new system.

Chris (ziraffa)

PS Always disconnect all electrical components when the power is being worked on. You should test all the TV's and stereos that came off that switch too..

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Have you tried a new power supply???

You may have a high end video card installed, which will need a big
power supply.

Try removing all parts except the CPU and video card, your system
should still boot to the bios post screen, If still no go try a new video card, cpu. you will need to keep swapping parts around tell you find out witch one is causing you the prob, its the only way
to sort out a hard ware issue.
Hope this helps
Have a nice day.

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Get an old, inexpensive working graphics card from an obsolete PC and test your board with that (a pci one). If the problem persists it's almost sure it's a motherboard problem you will solve only with replacement. Try also removing BIOS battery to restore BIOS default settings. Unplug your system, locate the botton-shaped battery on your motherboard, remove it, wait atleast 15 seconds, put battery back in place and plug in your system's power.

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My first PC build....gone horribly wrong =(


Hi,

Please CLICK HERE for more info on your power supply.
My guess is that your power supply is dead. If the fan doesn't spin it may be that the fan died first and the PSU overheated.
Now, if you are fortunate nothing else got damaged. You can remove the PSU (the mounting screws are on the back of the case, there should be four) and buy a new one at your friendly local computer parts store. Get one rated for at least as much power as the old one. We can give you a hand on this if you tell us what the lable on the side of the PSU says.
I should caution you that there is a chance that when the PSU went it damaged other parts of your system.

Goodluck..

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if you are certain the power supply is good(try it in another machine) and its completely connected it sounds as if your motherboard is going bad, there is a 5-volt supply in your power supply that does not turn off when the system shuts down, its called 5-volt standby, this runs some small circuits on the motherboard that monitor the power switch, when its pressed the circuit starts up the whole power supply. thats how we can power off the system with software. usually its a custom chip and some components, but without the schematics of the motherboard and the replacement parts and the ability to de-solder and solder on a multi layer board its not usually repairable by the end user.

the system memory and processor are not even used in this part of the system startup, they come into play after the supply is up and stable and supplies the power good line to the motherboard.

make sure the supply is good, and all connections are making contact, that none of the pins have backed out of their housings when being plugged in and that there are no cracks in the solder joints where the power connectors attach to the motherboard.

 

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