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Won't boot Only turns on 5 or so seconds, then shuts down. Tried another psu, ram out all drives disconnected, video card in and out.

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    i have the same problem. sometimes it gets as far as windows, and one time i even managed to install some drivers but then it shuts itself down again. Usually there is nothing on the screen and no beeps of any kind

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Mabey try a different CPU, if that doesn't work let me know, what exactly does it do right now, any beeps, anything flash on the screen?

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Though it had been working fine until two days ago, my HP z800 won't boot past the "Starting Windows" animation; it simply turns off during its usual lengthy but verbose boot.


a HP z800 Desk top., full sized too.
what options? what does it have inside, now. ok 1 VGA card now. but is there a CD/DVD or BR disk drive there? options?
running SSD ! good.
its sold with a wide range for RAID drives, options.
and dual Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor 5500 Series.

7 huge drive bays,
ever think to boot to a Linux CD? LIVE (no HDD need be there)
or windows 7,8,10 LIVE PE windows disk. (no HDD need be there)

my guess is if that fails (above simple test), then the PSU is bad.
it turns off for only these reasons.
1: the OS told it to.
2: the PSU saw errors and turned it self off.
the cause list is huge. (even bad MOBO, bad ram, or anything plugged into that MOBO that is shorted.

The PSU if it sees faults on any of its many power bus lines
it shuts off as after 1full second of trying to get it right (ATX spec)

why not just strip it down to only
mobo,PSU, no vga? , 1 mem stick.
see if fans run, powered on and it holds, there.
have as little plugged in to MOBO is possble
see if you get beep codes or , plug in 1 USB keyboard
and see if the LED there have flash codes.

ever seen a live boot CD? or stick
today all techs, have a boot stick, i have 4,
that why we can test everything out, with no HDD present.
see the POWER OF THAT?

I take a LIVE PE or linux, ISO file and burn a USB stick with RuFUS.
then boot to it, keep it in the tool box. and be empowered.


The PSU when working, some dont shuts off for 2 reasons
Power bus overloads, over/under voltage tests, or the soft power off
bit is TRIPPED.
if no HDD present there will no soft power off , possible. dig?
you push the power button and the PSU must stay up
do the fans go off too, ? you never mentioned FANS.
mine has 4 fans,
if the fans good off, now HDD then the PSU is bad or just UNHAPPY.

unhappy means, OVELOADED.

The more fancy the PSU, the more possible ways to overload
they do that to keep from blowing to kingdom come, $500 set of
processors. (a good thing)?

one more hint, the PSU has this one wire.
called PWR-OK if the PWR-oK goes false, the PSU
shuts off.
learn how this works and all else is easy.

Jun 18, 2017 | HP Computers & Internet

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Computer wont boot all the way up


There are several reason why a computer won't boot up. First you need to figure out if your Power Supply is working, if your not a computer expert, you can try another PSU to test. Or you can use a PSU tester to test if your PSU is still working. If not, clean and reseat your RAM, if you have 2 RAMs, remove each RAM then try 1 RAM at a time, and try to seat the RAM to different slot. If not luck, clean and reseat your graphics card. If you have a built-in video port, remove your graphics card. Still won't boot? try resetting the CMOS. This might fix the problem.

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Machine starts to boot, 3 seconds, shuts down and tries to reboo


You said removed ram but have you tried 1 stick at a time? If its not bad memory it will be the motherboardsorry to say. Cheers from Scott and please dont forget to vote

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Motherboard won't boot up cpu fan comes on hdd


Just after that there was NO correct answer to fix this problem causes the problem not solved even if it is marked as solved. Me too I have this problem, I was fix it by setting jumpers to default 60 Hz AC power because I won`t have 50Hz AC power or some AC power converter before PSU, I mean this is voltage errors, it`s need to be set to default +5V(60Hz) PSU not +5VSB(50Hz) PSU, (Step1) like might be set to USBPW12 to pin 3 both USB to right side inserted jumper it`s in left side of, near ATX 12v advanced CPU power cable connection socket. Next (step 2) is set up front USB jumpers to +5V or system won`t start up, it`s on motherboard about between PCI1 and PCI2 on right side it must be set to USBPW56 and don`t set it to USBPW78(5+VBS) because system won`t start up, the jumper must be set to right side I mean it`s last jumpers to right side need to be set up, because it`s +5V(60Hz) PSU supply. The USB wake-up feature requires a power supply that can provide at least 500mA on the +5VSB lead when these jumpers are set to +5VSB otherwise the system won`t power up. Next step if it still not starts up its BIOS fault, it`s easy to repair, just (Step3) turn off PC remove BIOS battery (it`s down to IDE cables), start it up wait a bit, then turn it off and turn it again on wait a bit again, turn it off place BIOS battery in to socket to be able save BIOS settings i mean battery is need to save them otherwise settings won`t be saved and Chassis will be broken. (Step 4) Turn PC on press del key after BIOS is load in open Power\Hardware monitoring\Chassis Intruder set to Disable, save settings exit. (Step5) If BIOS (PC won`t power up) it`s Chassis1 jumper fault, it`s need set to Default (Chassis signal, and GND(Ground)), it`s between SATA 2 and SATA1(Serial ATA connectors 7-pin it`s near and down to BIOS battery, the jumpers might be set to right side, after it`s completed repeat Step3 and Step4. CMOS is BIOS battery. If that all doesn't works Take BIOS clearing jumper in it`s clear state, near BIOS chip. Turn on PC with CMOS clear jumper turned on its work. Take beck jumper in its default state after that take bios chip out and CMOS battery out both them an two times restart PC after insert all beck if PC will be working all keyboard flashes once, after its in AC power.

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Gateway 702GE desktop When i push the front botton to start it up,the fans start to turn and then stops with no operation. The small green led on the motherboard stays lit and green and the front start...


try removing all the cards from the expansion slots and remove the ram sticks. disconnect the drive cables from the board but dont touch the cpu or power connectors. Now hit the button. If nothing changes, probable board fault. If it now boots up and starts beeping ( which it will when no ram sticks installed) shut it down and reinstall each drive connector, ram stick and card one at a time booting between each item. when the faulty item is connected, the board will stop booting and you can replace that item. Many things can also cause this. Bad connections to ram sticks and video cards, damaged usb port connections, failed cpu's, failed psu's etc.. You may still have to take the machine to a professional repairer to have the problem diagnosed.

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Computer will not fully boot


It is almost certainly a memory error. First off remove the power cord and the small battery on the motherboard. You may see a jumper near the battery with something like 'rst cmos' next to it. If so pull it off and short it over the other pin. Wait 5 mins, replace the jumper (if found) and install the battery. Whatever you do make sure you dont forget to replace the cmos jumper back to its origional position or you could fry your motherboard.
Re-connect the power and turn on. You should be in bios, restore the defaults, save and try a reboot.
If this works then you had a bios setting wrong, if not it will be your memory / ram.
If you have 2 or more ram modules then try re-booting with just one installed to identify the faulty one. If you only have one then buy a new one.
You have tried everything else correctly although this is a classic ram fault. I'd put money on it!

Dec 03, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv8000z Notebook

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Won't turn on


if you are able ,open the box,earth yourself out on it (static can damage things) if you have more than one stick of ram take them out ,and try booting up with one stick at a time, in the first ram slot ,if you find one that does not boot the system up its the bad one ,reinsert what ever other sticks you have , problem solved.

if not ,replace all ram chips, then

  • remove any ad in cards that you have, one at a time (other than a video card if you have one) then try booting,
  • if you have gone through all the cards (not the video as mentioned before) and still not booting, remove everything including the video card ,ram, disconnect all drives ,
  • if you hear no beeps then the most likely problem is the motherboard ,
  • but have known power supplies that fluctuate to cause the same problem.
good luck
Terry

Mar 23, 2008 | Dell Dimension 8400 PC Desktop

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Fans runs but no post,no beeps.


The best advice I can give you is to remove the motherboard battery (UNPLUG THE PSU BEFORE YOU WORK ON THE MOTHERBOARD) and let the system sit for about an hour. If the CMOS settings are corrupted, removing the battery will erase the corrupted data in the CMOS, which will automatically reset the CMOS to the default settings... Then, plug the battery back into the motherboard, and try to boot the system...

If that doesn't work, you should disconnect EVERYTHING attached to the PSU, and remove ALL of the add-in cards (modem, NIC, soundcard, TV tuner, whatever you have), and install ONLY the CPU, the heatsink/fan (don't forget to PLUG THE CPU FAN IN), ONE stick of RAM... you get the idea. DISCONNECT the HDD, the FDD, the optical drive, and ANYTHING ELSE from the PSU. When you're ready to test the system, you should have ONLY the CPU, the HSF, and one DIMM plugged into the motherboard. Attach the PSU connectors (both the main ATX connector AND the auxiliary 4-pin 12-volt connector) to the motherboard, and try to boot the system. If it works, SHUT DOWN and UNPLUG THE PSU; then install ONE component (the floppy drive, for example), reattach the PSU, and reboot the system. If the system POSTs, shut down, unplug, and add another device. If the system does NOT complete the POST process, the last piece of hardware you installed is probably the culprit.

Take your time with this; be methodical, and make GOOD notes about the steps you've followed, so we can help you work through this problem...

Best of luck to you; keep us "posted" on your progress...

Jan 27, 2008 | ASUS P4P800 SE (890552603657) Motherboard

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Computer will not turn on


The only things that can do this are: A card failure, a hard drive failure, Motherboard faiulre, A Power Supply failure, Faulty RAM. To toubleshoot.. disconnect Hard Dive, CD/DVD remove any & all cards, see if it boots,if it does, add the Hard Drive, reboot, then add the CD/DVD, reboot, then replace A card, reboot & so on... until ya find the faulty component, that stops it. If it doesn't remove ram & see if it powers up, it will NOT boot. If it doesn't ya PSU is most probably faulty. If it does ya RAM/motherboard is faulty. So basically strip it down see if it powers up. than add things one at a time to find the culprit.. then replace the ofending item.

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