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No video after replacing heatsink and new hard drive

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You need to reinstall your video drivers. Check under control panal then devices if your driver is installed

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I have ASrock P4vm800,Prescott800,Pentium 4 Pro.But i need a help.When it is powered up nothing happenes except the system unit ligth up,& chassis font panel ligth is blinking Continously.Cpu fan...


There is a verity of things you can check & or replace. You mentioned the CPU fan is not turning. This is very very important.
This suggests possible CPU fan is defective. Average life span for a CPU fan is 5 years or 50,000 hours. Your MB uses Intel PGA socket 478. For a replacement heatsink & fan assembly open the link provided;
http://www.amazon.com/Thermaltake-A4012-Cooler-Intel-Socket/dp/B000FEW8JW/ref=dp_cp_ob_e_title_0
A new heatsink assembly will come with a new fan attached to the heatsink.
It should also come with new thermal past or thermal tape attached to the bottom of the heatsink assembly.

As to the front panel LED light blinking continuously.
If the LED light is red in color this means your primary hard disk drive is trying to load windows.
My suggestion is for you to replace the CPU heatsink assembly first.
No need to remove the CPU from its socket at this time.
If you never replaced the Heatsink & fan assembly watch the video included below;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OB1hxxKdec
Once completed your system should function correctly.
If it doesn't, post you’re finding here & I'll help you further.

Cheers'
Mike


Aug 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Have an Abit IS-10 motherboard and do not have video after replacing the heatsink and adding a newer HD running Xp-Pro SP3. How do I re-install the video driver as reccomended when I can't view anything...


I'm not sure what heatsink you are talking about. Changing the heatsink on a CPU does not affect the video, nor does adding a hard drive.
Now if you pulled out the old hard drive and replaced it with a hard drive on which XP Pro was installed, you need display drivers--but when you first start up the computer, display drives are generic and you can see the BIOS screen and you can also start Windows in safe mode.
If you have no video at all, even on startup, then you do, indeed have a problem. It could be with the monitor or it could be because you replaced the heat sink and did not seat the new one correctly or use heat sink compound. If this is the case, you probably just fried your
CPU and will have to replace it.

Aug 04, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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ACER ASPIRE M1201- Tower boots up, LED power light comes on, fan is running, but the cylinder icon is not lighting up - therefore the monitor is not turning on. What is the cylinder icon on all computers?...


Cylinder Icon Usually = HARD DRIVE ACTIVITY!

PULL SIDE OFF of computer, CHECK BOTH ENDS OF sata CABLES if THE HARD DRIVES ARE sata, IF not, CHECK THE CONNECTORS, NO MATTER THE TYPE. also, CHECK THE POWER CONNECTORS. Those SATA connectors are FAMOUS for coming JUST loose enough to NOT work, but LOOK like they are plugged in, Make CERTAIN computer is UNPLUGGED, and YOU ground yourself to computer before sticking your paws in computer., CAN cost u a lot of money. A LOT of those ar e HOT plug, but, don't find out the hard way!
Just MOVING the computer can loosen the SATA connector enough to not work. CAREFUL, I always reseat all cables, video card, memory, other cards, JUST to be certain after a move. AND, HEATSINKS/CPUs. Actually, just Heatsinks, CPU's are pretty safe. IF you pull Heatsink off, clean off the heatsink and CPU surface of thermal paste,l and replace wtih a minimal amount of Thermal Paste, Aprrox. .003"

Robert Two Bears, PhD

Jun 24, 2010 | Acer Aspire M1201 Athlon X2 320 Gb PC...

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Replaced CPU fan, now only repeating 3 beeps on power-up, no video and no POST


ensure that you didn't put the Heatsink on backwords, alot of times these types of errors will occur when the heatsink is improperly installed..
also, check to make sure your ram is fully seated, and all power connections are fully seated.
if you removed any of the hard drive / cd-rom cables, be sure you put them back on correctly (red line to pin 1)

Jun 14, 2010 | eMachines T5274 Desktop PC

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Need to remove cpu fan


STEP 1Always start laptop dis assembly with removing the battery.

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STEP 2
Remove six screws securing the hard drive cover and the heatsink covers.


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STEP 3
Remove one screw securing the hard drive to the laptop base.
Disconnect the hard drive and remove it from the hard drive bay.



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STEP 4
Remove three screws securing the CPU heatsink to the system board.
Carefully lift off the heatsink off the laptop CPU.



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STEP 5
The heatsink is 100% clogged with lint.
If your heatsink is clogged, clean the heatsink with a canned air to prevent your laptop from overheating.



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Mar 08, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite A45-S150 Notebook

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Computer wont start(Plz Help me ) Added Much Detail as possiable


start by removing everything, ram, any cards plugged in, drives etc. Then try and boot it. If the issue is still present, shut it down and remove the heatsink and cpu. I have known CPU's to be jolted out of their sockets after an impact. Take the heatsink off, lift the lever and remove the cpu. Check that all the pins are still aligned and straighten any bent pins then refit the cpu and lock the lever down. Refit the heatsink making sure that the heat transfer pad or heatsink paste is still present and lock it down. Plug the power cords and front panel wiring back in and try and boot it. If it boots, shut down and refit each item you removed one at a time, booting in between each item. If the issue arises again, the last item you fitted is the culprit. If you can refit everything and boot the system up, lady luck is with you. If you still cannot get it to boot after refitting the cpu, replace the mainboard. Sorry but without special gear, locating a fault like this on a mainboard is a real pain..

Dec 20, 2009 | Biostar G31-M7 TE Motherboard

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Toshiba Satellite 1005-S157 shuts down periodically by itself. Replaced fan/heatsink. Still shuts off.


you need to check a few things... when the fan/heatsink assembly were replaced, did you make sure that the thermal pads on the CPU and GPU are NEW/Good.... Make sure that the Heatsink GPU pad Firmly sits in the chip....

You can test the thermal controller by using a hair dryer or heat gun.... Point it onto the heatsink pipes and see if your fan spins when the pipes get hot, then remove and see if the fans slow after a minute...

You might have faulty RAM or Misseated RAM... Pull The RAM chips and reseat them...
Also Make Sure Your CPU Is Locked Down....

Periodic Shut Downs Can Be Caused By Quite A Few Different Things...

Typically it's due to Thermal Damage
Though Failing RAM or A Failing Hard Drive, Overheated Video/GPU Chip, Or Even Failing CPU can as Well Cause This Issue...

Nov 16, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite 1005-S157 Notebook

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Dell Optiplex GX270 sounds like a jet taking off. What is wrong and what do I need to do to fix it?


Hi,
You have to find out where the noise is coming from. It could be;
1) a fan on your motherboard if it has one
2) the fan on your heatsink that keeps your cpu cool
3) the fan on your power supply unit
4) a cd or dvd rom drive
5) one of your hard drives
6) one or more of your case fans.
7) a fan on your video card if you have one.

You don't want to open your power supply, so if this is the cause of the noise you can replace the whole PSU. Other than that, any other component listed above can be replaced by going to newegg.com for parts.

Good luck,
Hank



Sep 14, 2009 | Dell Heatsink and Fan Optiplex GX270 K4598...

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My Dell C640 laptop freezes normally just some few minutes after booting


When the laptop freezes up on you does the keyboard or anywhere on the top cover feel very hot if so check to see if the fan is even blowing, if it is blowing then its possible there is dirt on the heatsink fan that is blocking the air flow and thats causing the overheating. You would need to take apart the laptop to get to the cpu heatsink to remove all the dirt.

if the fan isn't running at all then you would need to get a new fan.

If the fan is running and there is no dirt or debris near the heatsink then that means the motherboard is not reglulating the voltage properly and the motherboard needs to get replaced.

if nothing is feeling very warm or hot to the touch and the system is locking up then the hard drive may have bad sectors and the hard drive would need to be replaced.

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