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Loss of power

Loss the power so i replace the psu.i still cant getany power.. pls help

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  • jlwright66 Apr 30, 2009

    cpu cooling fan runs but no posting etc. cpu ,ram all good as in another board now. along with agp card which works fine
    tried different power supply

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Check the main board and check across all the caps and see if any of them are raised. All it takes is one raised cap and the board is bad unless you have the correct capacitors to replace. Very tricky!

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A setup or configurations that helps prevent a computer or network device from failing in the event of an unexpected problem or error. To make a computer or network device more fault tolerant requires that the user or company think of how a computer or network device may fail and take the necessary steps to help prevent the computer or network device from failing when that problem occurs. Below are some examples of steps that can be taken.

  1. Power Failure - Have the computer or network device running on a UPS. If a computer, setup the UPS to properly turn off the computer after a few minutes if the power is not restored to help prevent the computer from data corruption. Another good idea, if available, is to have system messages sent to all network users or the administrators letting them know about the power failure and/or that the computer is being shutdown because of the power failure.
  2. Power Surge - If no UPS is connected to the computer or the UPS does not provide surge protection, a surge protector connected to the computer or network device would help prevent the device from failing in the event of a power surge.
  3. Data loss - Run backups daily or at least monthly on the computer if important information is stored on it. Create a mirror of the data on an alternate location.
  4. Device / Computer failure - Have a second device, computer and/or computer components available in the event of failure to prevent a long down time.
  5. Unauthorized access - If connected to a network, setup a firewall. Frequently check for updates for the device and/or computer operating system, lock device or password protect the computer when not in use, and store the computer or network device in secure area or area that can be locked.
  6. Overload - Setup an alternate computer or network device that can used as an alternative access point or can share the load either through a load balancing or round robin setup.
  7. Virus - Make sure the computer has updated virus definitions.
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Hi

if you replaced the psu itself and you still get no power, have you tried changing the power cable itself?

Posted on Jan 23, 2008

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