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WRONG POWER SUPPLY,WHAT DO I DO

HOME OFFICE ALL-IN-ONE WITH FAXX4270 THERE IS A 3-PRONE PLUG AND THE BACK IS A 2 PLUG PRONE I WAS GIVEN THE WRONG POWER SUPPLY PLUG IN THE BOX

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Go back to where you purchased the item and request the correct cable for it it should not be difficult for them to supply you with one.

good luck
Terry

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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If no lights flash and you can't hear any fans or drives power up when you plug the power in and push the power button, you probably have a bad power supply. I doubt you have a bios problem because the device would still have some sign of life even if the bios was corrupt.

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first of all, make sure the supply is unplugged from the mains outlet.
Inspect the atx plug (the long one with lots of pins), if it is a standard supply, pins 13 and 14 will have green and black wires, insert a paperclip into these two pins, joining the pins together.
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If it has onboard video it may be a bad video cable or messed up pin on one af the connectors. If it is a installed video card the cable could still be one problem but also try pulling the video card out unplugging the power supply cable from the mother board for about 20 seconds or so. Then reslot the video card into the mother board and plug the power supply back into the mother board and see if that helps. I have also had to take the small flat battery out of mother board for a second or two to make it reset. If you decide to do the battery thing make sure the power supply is unplugged from mother board. Good luck.=)

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pull the mb and guts of the system out of the chassis

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then test the power capabilities..

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Due to the fact that the clock is working on the front panel I would say you at least have some power
1. If your power supply has 110/220 selection on the back make sure that is set to the appropriate
setting.
2. Check to make sure the power is attached to the board right due to you changing the power supply
make sure that the if the board requires the additional 4 pin and or any others from the power supply
that they also are plugged into the mother board!
3. Check to make sure your switches from the power switch/ reset switch / hd lite / etc are all
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If all these are done and still nothing happens and the fan on the power supply is working you still can due further testing on the power supply using a multimeter and checking that the connectors to the board are functioning properly, if they are and you have done all the above things two possibilities remain, one your processor is installed wrong or not working or as you thought, your board could be malfunctioning..

I forgot to mention that you also have to make sure that the fan's are also plugged into the board properly (cpu fan, case fan, etc) this can also disable your computer from starting!

Note: I am going by the information above, if your computer made a sound or anything else please let me know!

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I would first check your ram, make sure its the right type and rating for the motherboard. Although most systems will beep at post for a memory issue, sometimes reseating the memory alone can clear up a startup hang.

If the memory is seated okay, the right type and speed rating, try using a different video card in the system. Its possible that the system is starting up normally, but not being displayed.

If neither of those help, minimize the system. Plug in just the bare minimum needed for operation - Power supply, processor, heat sink & fan, a single memory stick, a single hard drive, video card(if its not integrated on the motherboard). Plug in a monitor and the power cord, then see if the system boots.

If all that still fails, verify that the CPU fan AND the Power Supply fan are spinning when power is on. If so, this points to either a bad memory stick(try another), bad processor(if available, try one at a slower or faster speed), or bad motherboard.

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