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Be extremely careful as a small mistake could result in severe shock, serious burns, explosion or even *****.
1. Ohms meter
2. 2 probes (red and black colors)
*Insert the red probe into the slot marked V (+)
*insert the black probe into the slot marked COM (-)
*Turn the rotating knob at the centre of the digital multimeter to the reading/marked indicator V~ (700value)
**make sure you can see V~ and that it matches the color of the 700 value
Crosscheck this last part very well please. (V~ 700value)
**Switch the digital multimeter on (observe that it reads 000 on the display screen)
**hold the test probes by the plastic handle, apart and in either hand.
*approach the Main circuit board, where you have the breaker.
**Balance yourself well on a firm support and make sure no part of your body makes contact with the Main panel whatsoever (you have live mains active)
*without allowing the test probes to contact or touch each other, insert the exposed metal tip and touch the live cable, (red for the supply line, exposed part) with the red colored test probe
**follow up by touching the black colored test probe (exposed tip) to the black cables
Remember; no part of your body must contact any metal part of the mains circuit board/panel
Remember, Both test probes must make contact at the same time with the live and neutral lines you are testing
**check the value displayed on the screen of your digital multimeter
A safer option is to keep your Mains board switched on and then observing the precautions as outlined above, insert the test probes into the socket/power outlet/receptacle on the wall (point where you insert the plug of your fridge on the wall)
Switch the wall socket on.
Each test probe goes into different slots/holes on the wall socket please.
Take your reading on the DMM
Possible that the mother board has errors and hence when the power is applied it tends to load with a wrong data so that the processor senses the error to shut down.
Remove the power supply to the the main board and then remove all connectors and connections. Replug the connections making sure there is no loose connection. if the error still come up on the screen on swithch on the mother board is faulty. If there is any visible damage seen on the power supply replace the capacitors.
there must be writen somwhere in the board it self. can you see the panel where you are trying to fit? see the whole board and you see the settings of it. just read what is written downwards to the first pci slots. i think this the setting.
I told another guy the same thing about a different board. Samsung doesn't even acknowledge mother boards because they sell generic boards to pc makers. Best way is to take the power wire from the case & start at the pins closest to you on the front panel connectors (fpnl on the board) & try each set of pins one at a time until it turns on when you hit the power switch. The reset is usually right across from the power. I've had to do this numerous times,so don't worry about frying anything.
its simply overheating too fast i had the same problem while back so basically its popped and cant be repaired unless at a shop level. or by being replaced. dont worry you can usually just take it back to the store and have them swapped out. or buy a new one. theyre pretty cheap
check the power supply: unplug the main connector from the motherboard,plug in the ac/mains power cord and switch on the on/off switch if any located on the power supply, locate the GREEN wire on the main connector that plugs on the motherboard, using a small length of wire insert one end into the plug where the GREEN wire is located and the other end into a BLACK wire on the connector. the power supply should power on if it is good: you will see and hear the fan turn on in the power supply. if it is good remove the wire and re-plug it.if it is not good replace the power supply. also check that the 110/220vac swithch is in the correct position for your mains voltage.do you have a floppy drive connected to the system? if so un-plug it and try again,re-check that you pluged the power button switch connector on the mainboard correctly,
Hmmm.... mainly you have: -20 or 24-pins connector, that is unique and goes directly to motherboard (powers motherboard and its components) -4 or 8-pins connector that powers CPU -the rest would be connectors for ROM (CD/DVD/BlueRay) and HDD devices (there are: molex and sata power conectors)