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When i fixed my power cable into my psu..may cpu fans spin automatically..spin and spin, theres no other light indicate except the hdd light (not blinking) only... someone could help me on my problem?.. mail me at logic_gates1968@yahoo.com..

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  • pCie Jul 31, 2009

    theres no beeping from the mobo...the cpu fan spin only.. and theres nothing more happen...the power switch button has no function...if i press it for a 5-10 secs..nothing happen, the fan still spin...


    if I try to replace the cmos...my computer was ok?...

  • pCie Jul 31, 2009

    i try to dis assemble the ram hdd vcard..only the cpu and fan only was connected...i try to wait to beep the mobo,but theres nothing... i try to change the psu,but still not work...

  • pCie Jul 31, 2009

    theres nothing work... omg !!

    how do i know if my procie was working?...

  • Shraterman May 11, 2010

    Ok, so what you are saying is the computer powers on but does not Post right? Are there any beeps coming from the computer? Try to power off the computer (hold the power button down for a few seconds) and then power it on again. It's possible that the CMOS battery is dead, so whenever the computer looses power it clears the cmos. When this happens the next time the computer is turned on it restores to default settings and sometimes has to be reset in order to boot properly.

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Disconnect and reconnect all disc drives from the motherboard, then reconnect the power supply to the motherboard and plug in the cable. If it still has the same problem then it could be a bad power supply or a bad motherboard. I'm guessing motherboard.

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  • barrymtm Jul 31, 2009

    With the problems you described along with the system not powering off after pressing the power button for 5-10 seconds, it really sounds like the motherboard. Even if the CMOS battery was dead it would still allow the system to boot, but like shraterman said, you would have to reenter the settings but it sounds like you aren't even getting into POST and not getting any other action like video.

  • barrymtm Aug 05, 2009

    If you've replaced the power supply and are still getting no fans, no LED on the motherboard, then it is most likely the motherboard that is bad.

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