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Will not boot

Changed power supply, it is good.pc will not boot

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Re: will not boot - Intel D845GVSR Motherboard Motherboards

Do u get a display post some info

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Re: will not boot

Fiend your solution direct from intel. Here is your solution........


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SOURCE: PC won't boot up.

Try removing and reseating your RAM modules, and if you have more than 1, try using one of them

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I change power supply,from a 1000w,to a 850w,now the system will not bootup.

As the previous user said it is dificult to know what happened, but if you used to have a 1000W power supply and now is not booting then that's because your pc needs at least 1000W PS!!!!!!! and if the PC needs 1kW then with 850W PS will not boot, Best regards, Luis

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With good power at the plug, i get no light when pushing the power button.

Try changing the power suppy first.
The process of booting always starts with BIOS saying hello to the RAM, the Bus, the Processor, then back to RAM, and BIOS.
Make sure your Power Supply is good. Then make sure your processor and RAM match what is recommend by the Motherboard Manufacture. Many times the simple voltage missmatch of RAM and motherboard will stop a new PC from booting.

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How to fix a motherboard that does not turn on at all.

Make sure there is power at the outlet, surge suppressor, power strip. Be sure any connected UPS is on. Try again.

Remove any recently installed hardware and go for boot. If the PC boots, check to make sure that the new hardware does not overload the old power supply - if it does, replace with a higher capacity power supply and go for boot.

Open the PC. Look for indication of power - LEDs, fan, etc. Replace the power cord between the outlet and computer if one is available, and go for boot.

If possible, obtain a power supply tester to determine if the power supply has failed. Replace any failed Power Supply and go for boot.

Disconnect power. Disconnect all non-required cables and accessories. Leave only the power and data cables for power supply, boot drive, video card, mouse, memory and keyboard connected - everything else should be removed (with the exception of the small cables that go to the MoBo headers for LEDs, and switches on the case). Everything means both data and power cables. All controller cards should be removed as well unless using on-board or built-in controllers. Reconnect power and try for Boot.

Add devices, cables, etc one at a time to determine which is causing the fault. A PC that boots and shuts down shortly after could be an indication of overheating / over load. Clean dirt & dust from case, ventilation slots, etc. Make sure all fans spin freely - replace any that do not.

Those are some things to start working on.. hopefully, you'll find the problem and not have to go further. Good luck!

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PC won't boot up.

recheck all connections, make sure the switch on the back of the power supply (if it has one) is set to the on position. there is a chance the motherboard has failed. with the power off examine the capacitors on the motherboard, especially the ones near the cpu. if they feel rounded on the top they have failed. unless you are good at soldering... consider buying a new motherboard.

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Asus p5kpl-cm boot problem

Could possibly be a fault on your hard drive the same happened to me ,I checked the hard drive on another pc and it was dead..Good luck John

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I have a emachine PC. PowerSupply blew up. changed it still down




1. check power supply watt 400/450 and same another power supply install and check it. if power supply change and system is working ok so problem in your power supply.

2. check CMOS cell on motherboard,(3 volt)

3. Bfore power supply changing check on mother board any capasitor is like as damaged or not.
OR check main chipset ic is marked as intel.whenpower on it is very hitting or
normal)if very hitting require to repair your motherboard.(intel chipset ic near cmos cell or pci slot,)
4. checking of ram on other pc (working or not)(one beeps coming or not,if one beep coming ram is working ok)

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Intel d815/eea2 powers up but does not boot

hi im josh in cebu phils. if it turns on but not boot. the problem is no set boot sector is selected. friend try to enter bios set up and then go to boot menu. then select hard drive to boot first.then save the changes then restart the pc. if nothing improves open your pc check the ide or sata cable if it is cut not losen.try to tighten firmly first then turn on your pc. if it doesnt work the same try to change the ide/sata cable and dont forget to give power supply on your hard disk.ok. good luck

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1: Check wether the on/off button on your power supply is turned to on.
2: Check your cables. Try switching with those from other pc's.
3: Check wether all the connections from power supply to the mainboard/ram/video/harddisk are OK.

Hope this helps,

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Hi bridey28, when you replaced the cmos battery & the bios did not maintain the correct time than the cmos is not at fault. More likely its your power supply. The cmos receives its power (Recharge) from the power supply. An average cmos battery should last for 5 years. The fact that you attempt to power up the PC & you have to wait, points to a power supply problem. Not a bios problem.
Bios corruption is rare, unless you have tried to flash the bios & it failed. Replace the power supply before attempting flashing the bios. Every manufacture warns against flashing the bios. Only flash the bios if your 100% sure that it will correct a bios malfunction. If the issue presist after replacing the power supply, Intel has instructions of (How to flash the bios) on their site.
Here are the instruction from Intel for your MB model number.

You'll need this link to download the bios file;*+XP+Home+Edition&lang=eng&strOSs=45&submit=Go%21#SAP

Good luck bridey28!
Need more info, post here.

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Recieving error code FF and pc will not boot/recognise harddrive

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is that u have ur smp (power supply)
just check the power supply & insert the cable
properly in to the slot of motherboard & check whether the display has come if it comes than boot the xp cd if problem occurs go to nearest shop of computer

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