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Open the side of the case and look look for a led on the mainboard. It should be on if the power supply is working properly. Have any changes been made inside the computer such as a new video card or harddrive? Perhaps the connector for the power switch has either come of the mother board or has failed.
This could have a bad power supply (in this case I would try a new one just in case). All other things being normal, I would guess a bad motherboard. The best thing to do is disconnect everything but the CPU and memory and try to start it. If it starts, then start connecting stuff until it doesn't start--this will tell you what is bad.
If same as before now please take a risk and ready to chip label repair, 1.Change all the capacitors, beside the processor, with the help by nearest technician.
an identification Mark, on the bios chip, by the permanent marker
because you need to remove and install it.It could not be possible for
all mother board . 3.Remove bios chip from base , clean with solvent and install it proper again. 4.For
Intel mother mother ,install a flopy drive and switch on the power
and,follow the flopy drives "led light", either it glow or not. If
the flopy drives led light on,download bios filre for your intel
mother board ,paste on flopy.follow the bellow link for download.
don't switch off your motherboard at the time of updating the bios,so
please use an ups,and insert the flopy, along with bios file.Set the
cmos jumper in recovery mode( just change the normal position ),and
switch on motherboard, hope, through this proceses, should recver the
mother board. If the problem is same, I will recoment you for new motherboard.
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you may have misplaced the power switch connections which come from front pane to the mother board
there are many of them like pwr switch, reset switch
hdd led etc
check *********** board it will be indicated where to connect the pwr switch pwr led etc
If you have not removed the old motherboard from the case, then you can identify the various front panel connectors as you disconnect them and label them. Some front panel connectors have labels printed on the connectors which makes it easy for you to identify its purpose. If you have already removed the old motherboard then you will need to trace each of the leads to the front panel to see what they are connected to (eg. the LEDs and switches etc).
You will also need to identify on the new motherboard the various connectors for each function, eg power LED, hard drive LED, reset switch, power on switch, internal speaker etc. If you are lucky It may be printed on the motherboard, if not you will need to refer to the manual.
NOTE the LEDs are polarity sensitive, if the LED does not light, then swap the connector around the other way.
Hi Paul, see page 8 number 15 for location. Than see page 19, System Panel Header in your manual. The basic wire color's for positive are red, blue, green & can also be light blue, light green, light red. Negative wires are usually white or black. Case wire colors do vary from case to case. To see pin one shown on page 19, (positive + for hard drive led = HDLED+). Bottom row farthest pin to the left of set. Pin two is above pin one. Pin two is, PLED+ (known as power led). Pin 3 is to the right of pin one & is HDLED- (Hard drive led, negative). Pin 4 is above pin 3 & is also PLED-, (Negative for power led). ECT!
If your new case has an internal speaker (Used for P.O.S.T, power on self test). This would connect to, Chassis Speaker Header located on page 8, number 16. Again, normally only two wires are used across the 4-pin connector. (One at each end of the connector).
Hi check the cables from the case to the mother board. They should be marked and the manual that came with the board ,this show you where to connect them on board The std markings are HDD [red led] PWR S [powerswitch] RSW [reset switch] PWR LED [case power light] in most cases check to see if this is correctly connected To test if there is no fault in the board or power pack. first visualy check the board to see if it shows a red led light when the power is turned on, if not the problem is in the power pack or the wall outlet. second if the light is on, bridge the pins marked pwr switch on the board with a screw driver and this should start the computer, check the processor and ram if not you have a faulty board.
Hi check the cables from the case to the mother board. They should be marked and the book that came with the board will tell you where to connect them. The std markings are HDD [red led] PWR S [powerswitch] RSW [reset switch] PWR LED [case power light]
To test if there is no fault in the board or power pack. first visualy check the board to see if you have a red led light on when the power is turned on, if not the problem is in the power pack or the wall outlet.
second if the light is on, the bridge the pins marked pwr switch on the board with a screw driver and this should start the computer, if not you have a faulty board.
The manual you need will be on the board manufacturers web page, howevr I will bet you have the case power switch and perhaps the reset switch on the wrong pins on the mother board. To check this, remove the switch leads from the mother board, then use a small screw driver and bridge the pins on the mother board a pair at a time. All of these leads plug on to the board in a line and not across the two lines of pins. when you get the mother board to fire up by this method geet a torch and look closely alongside the pins you will see the letters PWR SW or RS SW. It does not matter what polarity these two sets of leads are plugged onto both will work. The LED lights on the case front will only work if the polarity is correct but it will not do any harm if they are backwords. On the board you should se two sets of pins marked HDD and PWR these are the led light pins you will know you have them right when the usual red and green lights are working at the front of your tower.