Question about EliteGroup P4VMM2 Motherboard
Please do NOT TRY TO SWITCH ON your comp in same condition again as you would be damaging it further. Its not your power supply alone there EXISTS A SHORT CIRCUIT IN OTHER COMPONENTS as well . The SHORT CIRCUIT Protection circuit of your Power Supply senses this and switches off preventing further damage . Well you could try this - Disconnect power to all the componenets like HDD , CD/DVD , MOTHERBOARD and FDD etc.,. Plug in the AC input power to your Power supply and on the 20 pin connector look for green colored wire and black wire on the same connector and short these 2 wires ONLY with a metal paper clip or a piece of wire , if the fan in the PS works and spins at full speed till you disconnect or remove the short between the two wires (Green and Black) then your PS is Working FINE . Now connect each of the component's power connector only and repeat the same exercise you will be able to identify which component is shorted.
Posted on May 06, 2008
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