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Motherboard problem i have probem w/ my board. i already change power supply but still no power. can you help my problem?

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I have probem with my board. i already change power supply but still no power. can you help my problem?

Posted on Dec 12, 2007

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Re: motherboard problem

The mother board is bad. there is only two things that keep it from running. the power box or the monther board. most of the time it's both.

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Well, then it could be one of 3 things, it could still be the power supply that's at fault. If you have a PSU tester, check the voltage on each rail and see if it's coming in properly (if you don't have a tester, bring the unit to an authorized service center to have it tested). The second option, would of course be the motherboard may have failed or is defective. Make sure that when you connect the ATX power supply to the board, remove all the RAM, hard drives, optical drives and expansion cards from your PCI, PCI-E, AGP, ISA, or whathaveyou and try with just the board and the power. If it's still a no go, then board or possibly processor may be shot.

Last option, and this one is the sillier of the three, also make sure that you have the jumper pin for the front panel power button connected to its respective spot on the motherboard itself. I know it may sound silly, but I have to say it, as a technical expert, because, well, you never know.

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




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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.
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ok a couple things this sounds like
1 the dual power button on back of power supply needs to be triped
2 the power supply took a dump on you need to replace power supply
if your motherboard had crashed you would have had a meltdown in tower and you would have smelled it like burnt plastic
sometimes comps require a beefier power supply and most basic comps come with twiggy kind of power supplys
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