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Mainboard Ms 7501 and ATI HD 3450 and AMD Phenom x35450
I was converting a videofile and while waiting i was surfing on the internet and than my computer went off.
I press the start button but it does'nt start anymore.
I unpluged all mij usb-things and still won't start.
i opened the side so i could listen if i hear a click or something and the lets of my keybord go on for a very short time but only when i turn the comp on with the button at the back off my computer.
there is completely nothing that works or makes any sound. Than I unpluged the socket with 4 cabels (c793) that go's streat into the left uper corner of the mainboard and so I tried to turn the computer back on and than everything starts to work again but now I have no screen to watch. Because that socket is not pluged in.
If I plug it back in nothing works anymore.
Can you please tell me what is wrong or what went wrong.
It could be your power supply is dead. The 4 cable wire is the 12v axillary power supply for the graphics. When unplugged you will get no graphics when plugged in nothing will work if that rail of the power supply is faulty. Hank
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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