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Re: no sound from speakers anymore
Open your controll panel & open Sound & audio devices. Click the Audio tab. Is there a audio device listed? Click on the Voice tab, is the same device listed there? Next open the System icon click on the Hardware tab than click the device manager button. Scroll down to Sound, video & game controller. Do you see a yellow ! point? If you did see a device listed in both Audio & Voice. That is OK. If you saw a yellow ! in device manager. Reinstall your audio software from youe motherboard CD. Lastly try another speaker system. If still no sound than your intergrated sound chip is defective. RMA the board through ASUS it has a three yyear warranty. You can call tech first and get a case number at 812-282-2787. Than ask to be transfered to the RMA dept.
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The red you saw , was the defrost heater , defrosting the coils . When you disconnected the power and then reconnected, it was still in the defrost cycle . A defrost cycle lasts 28-32 min . For example , if it was in cycle for 20 min and you unplugged , whenever you reconnected power , it still had 8 min more before it will turn on . Plug in refrig , and in a little while it WILL turn back on .
I had a similiar problem with a laptop. Just stopped working one day. Could not shutdown because it would not restart without disconnecting power. Could not reboot, because it would not restart without power being disconnected.
Checked Computer Management Services and found some of the services had been turned off.
OK, this can be a hard thing to fix. Most of the time, the power supply is the first thing to go on a PC. However, when you stated that the motherboards LED came on after you unpluged the PS from the motherboard, it leads me to believe that the motherboard is the issue but the power supply might be outputting higher voltages and the motherboard might be shutting down. Since the power supply is cheaper then most motherboards, I would recommend getting a new one. Check ebay for a new power supply. It should be about $20 with shipping. If the same thing happens, then you need a new motherboard...
It sounds like you have an aftermarket alarm system, if it's not factory. First check your key rings, did the vehicle come with a remote entry/alarm? If it did and just stopped working, check the battery and replace it. If there is no remote, there may be a small toggle like switch under the driver's side dash pannel, someware lower tord the petals. if not, try leaving the key in the ignition in the "on" position with the door open before you try reconnecting the battery. Try that, and if that doesn't work still, disconnect the wires (black and red usualy) to the alarm horn, where all the noise is coming from. Good luck!
this sounds like a mobo issue .... if the machine has been in service for a while or is in a dusty environment a good internal vacume / brushing to remove dust buildup from the mobo might help.... also disconnect and reconnect the main powwer connectors from the mobo... the power button on the case is simply a contact which jumpers the two pins on the mobo... the actual power switching takes place withing the power circuits built into the mobo... you may also try a mobo driver update if it is available
Hi, you most probably have a sticky on/off switch on your case. Turn the power off. Remove the side cover, trace your wires from the front switch to the mobo, identify witch is the power switch
[this is usualy marked with PWR or PWS on the board and also on the wire from the switch.
Disconnect this wire then turn on the power and use a fine screwdriver to bridge the two pins on the board, if all works properly then replace the switch