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Re: still motherboard green light
Hay harjeet83, that green light you see by the CPU is just letting you know there is power to the board. Unfortunately Intel does not give up much information regarding the 915 Chipset. The other things I can suggest are to look at the capacitors on the board. See if any show deformation usually located at the top of the capacitors. You can enter the bios & check the hardware monitor. Hardware monitor will show the temp of the CPU, motherboard & speed of the CPU fan.Some user’s have the fan speed set too high for the CPU, like 1200rpm & the bios will shut down the PC.If you’re memory gets too hot you’re system can shut down. In the end if none of the others I mentioned seem fine than swapping out the PSU can not hurt. Keep in mind there is very little support for the 915 chipset. http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Product_Filter.aspx?ProductID=1765&lang=eng
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U need technician, tell him to check with the other power supply then if he dont have another power supply then connect the Green and Blank point on the cable coming from the SMPS, if SMPS fan is powering on then issue is with ur motherboard and if not then issue is with ur power supply that is SMPS
You have done a lot of the basic maintenance steps. You might want to try and reseat the CPU. Sometimes they "creep out of their sockets because to the heat. Also, check to make sure the CPU fan is running if you are sure the power supply works. Without a fan, the CPU can overheat and produce your symptoms. Hope this helps.
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Most computer power supplys have 3 different voltages coming out of them The motherboard light indicates only that the particular part of the motherboard that uses a particular voltage. The power supply may only be providiing power to that specific part of the computer. I would recommend trying another power supply to determine if that is the resolution.
check vga cable is it connected properly to the monitor
check motherboard light is it on that means getting elec supply
now take out the RAM chips and re seat them see if it helps
take out all of ur peripheral cards pci and see if it works in case of conflict sometimes display doesnt comes on
ur hard disk is making noise and the acctivity light is flashing that means it is loading OS normally that means RAM MB HARD DISK OS are ok and ur VGA card is having problem also try to connect other monitor if u have if u dont see any hard disk activity then RAM is the main cuprit try changign RAM chips
one more thing try VGA card ext one if u have embedded one
pls do the trouble shooting and always check ur system on every step in sequence it will help u in finding the problem
did't understand ur problem fully but i think ur heat sink or the fan on the processor that could be the problem or smps that means the power supply could be trashed. and ur power chord could be damaged. one more thing check ur computers ram . and if still it don't even start i think ur board is dead. sorry
Say properly. There are two green light. One is for motherboard power indicating green light and the other one is for when the PC is started then a green light indicates. Which one you indicating plz explai. Hope then you get the solve
This is an easy fix so here you go nice and simple:
Problem: Your motherboard circuit has been cut.
Causes: Power disconnected during operation. Power outage or short in the surge protector.
Symptoms: Flashing green light on both motherboard and power supply. System will not power on.
Step 1: Ensure that both the power supply and the motherboard lights are flashing green, not solid or off.
Step 2: While the power is on, disconnect the power supply from the motherboard. This connection is the largest of the connections and should be listed as the 'P1' or 'Primary' power connection.
Step 3: Wait until the green light on the motherboard stops flashing and check to ensure that the green light on the power supply is now solid. If it is not solid, disconnect the power to the power supply and wait until the light turns off completely. Then reconnect, it should be solid now.
Step 4: While the power is on, reconnect the P1 connection to the motherboard and you should now see that the light on the motherboard is solid.
Step 5: Power on your PC. The problem should not persist.
Warnings: If the power supply light remains flashing after you have restored power to it while it is disconnected from the motherboard, it may be a system failure in the power supply itself requiring replacement. Always be careful when working with an active or live power machine.