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Hsf irs running

Hsf is running but it wont boot no beep just nothing ,have check all d hardware even tested it on another pc all are ok im suspecting d mobo .cables ide are connected no loose wiring pls help

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  • Joey Serrano Mar 30, 2009

    when powered on cpu fan working, hard drive working but the monitor led is just blinking but the monitor is working fine with other pc, i tried installing a 128mb pci vid card with a 350wattts psu after booting it up theres no display the monitor led is just blinking, helpppppp

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Motherboard Problem:
...Just dismount your Motherboard from the cpu case and Tick with the handle of screw driver at back..

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Mounted Capacitor, Diode, etc: specially from the cpu place

Question: Why??
Answer: Because some motherboard i already fixed is the same problem for this situation..And all of them still working until now.

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CPU or motherboard would be my guess. Try resetting the bios with the onboard jumper. Also could be a memory problem.

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

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