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The power on my pc keeps recycling

I recently bought a new p35-ds4 mobo, hooked everything up, turned the power on and all the sys fans come on for a sec, but then it just shuts off and keeps recycling. it doesn't post or anything. i noticed the cpu fan doesn't come on right away and i tested the fan and it works. i don't know if that's normal or not. i even tried taking the mobo out of the case and tried posting with just the cpu and mobo and the same thing happens. i checked the tray and there are no loose screws or anything shorting it out. i also tried reseting the cmos and still not luck. do i have a bad board or cpu?

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Re: The power on my pc keeps recycling

My mother borad is d845glly destop turn on but harddisk light is continuse on but monitor is led is blinking fan is working normal but display not found what hapen

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Re: The power on my pc keeps recycling

Remove all hardware except RAM n CPU and then try it if the system gives you a disply then add all hardware 1 by 1 and keep checkin this way you can find the problem with the harware compatibility if the system wont disply then check the mobo for RAMs and CPU respectively if the problem presists then you have the BAD BOARD.-

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Re: The power on my pc keeps recycling

Yah! you got problem with your cpu, the processor is overheating that why your computer release it power after you loaded the POST, when it already read your hardware attached it detected that your processor temperature is overheat.

Try to go to BIOS setup and go to the CPU temperature settings let your machine run only on BIOS setup and you will see that your cpu temp is going up high, normal should 40% but if it reaches 65% and above it overheat. Unplug the power cable and remove the heat sink on the processor and try to touch the processor and possibly the heat can hurt your skin.

By the way does your cpu is Pinless type? If so we are on the right track for the problem,

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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