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New motherboard, no POST. Power to board is confirmed; all fans are spinning. Removed RAM, GPU, all expansions. What's up?

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I rebuilt computer with new parts, now won't start up. No POST. Power LED lights up, no cpu fans spin, no beeps. Psu works with paper clip test. New mobo, ram, psu, cpu.

Check display without cabinet maybe motherboard getting short with cabinet and try new Power supply check all the power supply connectors connected or not .

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How to change an Am2 socket to a 939

<p>1. Connect the computer operating system and save up to five minutes waiting for the AM2. Unplug the power cord plugged into the computer and the cables for each of the other components of the computer case. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Put the computer case on its side on a flat surface. Unlocking the computer side panel by removing the case screws on the back wall. So remove the lid of the box that the motherboard is visible. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. In the Annex, the power of large space in the upper left corner of the computer. Unplug the power from the motherboard. Find the positions of the rectangular, green RAM module on the right side of the fan on the motherboard. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Slide the plastic lock down on both sides of the RAM module and remove the module from the motherboard. Repeat the process if necessary, if the computer two or more RAM modules. Find the card with the lower left corner of the motherboard. <br /> <p><br /> <p>5. Remove the screw holding the end of the metal rod of the expansion card on the back of the computer. Pull the card and remove them from your computer. Repeat the process if you have two or more expansion cards on the motherboard. <br /> <p><br /> <p>6. Disconnect the cable from the plastic fan on the motherboard. Slide the side guides of the fan and remove fan and heatsink metal AM2. <br /> <p><br /> <p>7. Pull the handle to the right of the issued AM2 processor. Pull the CPU and the motherboard removed. Remove the screws in the corners of the plate and slide the motherboard, right. <br /> <p><br /> <p>8. Lift the motherboard of the computer case. Place the socket 939 motherboard inside the chassis and drive expansion ports and power with the holes on the back of the case. Press the board to stick to the left and the screws on the motherboard in place to replace. <br /> <p><br /> <p>9. Set the Socket 939 processor socket on the motherboard and reconnect all processor pins on the base contact. Slide the locking arm and spread a layer of thermal cooling of the processor with the applicator stick. <br /> <p><br /> <p>10. Connect the power cord and insert the RAM modules and expansion cards for the new motherboard. Put the lid side of the computer and reconnect all cables. <br />

on Jun 22, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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1 long beep, 2 short beep

You have a bad RAM, install just 1 module and try, is doesn't swap the memory module and try again.

Apr 29, 2014 | Gigabyte Motherboard GA-H55M-UD2H Core...

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Processor fan runs really fast and I have nothing that shows on my monitor when I turn it on. My Video card is good. Any ideas?

When the power first turns on, the fan runs at maximum speed. Then when the motherboard starts up the speed drops and you see the splash screen, the POST information, etc. Your board isn't starting for some reason. You may have a power supply issue, something attached to the board (drives, expansion cards) may be holding the board down, or RAM that isn't working. Try clearing the CMOS memory and see if the board starts normally. Then disconnect everything except the power supply and front panel connectors, remove any expansion cards, take out the RAM and turn the power on. You should hear the beep error (usually a long beep) indicating "RAM not found". If you don't, the power supply or the motherboard itself is likely at fault. Otherwise you can begin reinstalling parts beginning with the RAM. Restart after you reinstall each piece, and if one of those is at fault the problem will come back and you'll know which part is responsible.

Jan 10, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Asus M4A785-M will not post. I have completely removed motherboard from case, removed all components except CPU (AMD Phenom II X4) and CPU cooling fan. When power supply (which I tested in seperate...

All I read properly .Please remove power supply from HDD and CD /DVD RW. If you face the same problem Open the mother board on a open place and try it again ,because there are some particles witch has made the short sercit in your M. Board.Cgeack all voldage socket plkaced properly,MAY BE CAN SILLY MISTAKE FOR 4 pin socket .

If you face same problem please install in another mother board .Post me please imediate next result.

Dec 12, 2010 | ASUS M4A785M (890552666775) Motherboard

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My EVGA 780i will not post after installing a new heat sink. No post codes, no beeps. I have three LED lights on the mobo that are lit. Green, yellow, and blue. I have tried reseating ram, trying 1...

hi mate, here is a few things to try btw i hope you used thermal paste when you replaced the GPU heatsink as if you boot with out the thermal paste there always a chance if you didnt that the gpu got hot fried in a few seconds ( i have seen it happen)

1) remove the graphics card and clean the motherboard socket it plugs into with a paint brush i noticed you did try a alternate slot but there still could be debris in the primary graphics slot causing a problem ( alot of the time dust from the cpu fan builds up on the graphics card slot and when you remove the card and put it back in the dust or debris gets pushed into the graphics socket on the motherboard )

2) while the graphics card is removed use a cotton tip dipped in isopropyl alcohol or metholated spirits if you cannot get isopropyl alcohol and clean the gold connectors on the graphics card where the card plugs into the motherboard

3) perform the same above 2 steps on the ram dimms and the ram slots incase there is debris or dust there

4) see if your pc has a onboard graphics port and try removing the graphics card and running the pc off the onboard graphics only if it works from the onboard graphics then you at least know its the graphics card and not the ram or board, if the onboard display doesn't work when the graphics card is removed then the problem is likely in the motherboard

5) test you motherboard encase its broken - remove you graphics card and the ram sticks and turn your pc on, it should beep loudly at you-
- if it beeps the board is generally fine
- if it doesnt beep when the ram and other cards are removed then it could be the motherboard

other then that your limited as to being able to test further unless have a second pc to test the card in or a second card to test in your main pc,

Apr 19, 2017 | Evga nForce 780i SLI 3xPCI-E x16 PCI-E 2.0...

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What does flashing light mean on a Bestec atx-250-12Z I installed new ram and now computer will not turn on - no fan, no beeps, just dead. I have now removed the new ram and returned to original ram but...

no PC stated, must we guess all that?

there are 2 causes,, (3?) fans dead, even inside PSU?????
1: bad PSU
2: the motherboard or all modules connected can short and bingo.
3: power switch cable fell off?

a desk top has 2 to 3 fans or more.

at least the first 2 are there and MUST SPIN
if not 12vdc is DEAD.

Nov 03, 2017 | HP Computers & Internet

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Computer turns post beeps, no display

Could be motherboard, could also be power supply. I would try a different power supply before I changed the motherboard.

Apr 05, 2009 | Asrock P4I45GV R5 Motherboard

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New computer won't POST

have you tried different memory as no matter what the board says they don't like some memory .
also take the board out of the case and connect pwr supply.
cpu and fan ,video card , and 1 memory stick

no cables ,keyboard ,mouse or drives connected.
this is called bread boarding.
reset the bios jumper, then put jumper back.
and power up.

Mar 31, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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