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Atx12v1 cable when atx12v1 power cable is pluged in the pc will not start up, if the p;ug is disconnected the fan and led works , but monitor does not switch on.pc used to work fine. please help When the ATX12V1 power supply is connected the computer wont boot and a repeating single beep is heard. Have tried disconnecting all from the motherboard but still nothing. Have reseated CPU and heatsink. When ATX12V1 disconnected beep stops but still no boot

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  • Lolddf May 06, 2008

    Have tried replacing RAM, tried both dual and single 512MB PC2-4300 but still have same problem??

  • Lolddf May 07, 2008

    I started with 2x 1GB 667MHz PC2-5400 DDR2 memory and changed this for 2x 512MB 533 MHz PC2-4300 modules. I`ve cleaned out the contacts and still get the beeps. I`ve not connected the sound so it could be tone not beeps?

    I started by connecting all components and have slowly removed these till all i was left with was the memory and the on/off switch. Voltage regulators dont feel hot? Just cant seem to get to POST and so enter BIOS.Any more help would be appreciated thanks?


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The repeating single beep with a small pause (actually 3 Beeps a Pause) clearly indicates problems with RAM .Replace it ,your problem will be solved . As for connecting the 12 volt 4 pin connector all mobos are designed to sense the presence of this 12 volts and ONLY THEN TURN ON.

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  • dio dcs May 07, 2008

    Could you clean the RAM slots of any dirt which might be causing contact problems, what's freq., of old RAM modules, can you touch the 3-pin voltage regulators to feel the temperature if its getting too hot then you have to replace the defetive components . One other doubt when you switch on your comp do you hear a tone or beeps.


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I had the same problem. When I changed the power cable to the ATX12V1, it worked.

I have the Corsair CX500 power supply, it has three connectors that can plug into the ATX12V1 slot. Two have 6pins and one has 8pins.

It worked when I connected the cable with 8pins to the ATX12V1 slot. Note, only four will connect, the other four pins will be free.

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