Question about HP Pavilion 512n PC Desktop
Open your cpu and dust your ram off/
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
Your system is black out. First
to be check is your power supply. Used power supply or brand new ones,
does not matter as long as it is working properly, with correct voltage
and ampere rating. Check your power supply with a voltmeter. Please take
note also the total watts you need.. If your power supply is running
good, problems will go down the line, the Motherboard. Remove all
devices (hard disk, cards, memory, etc) just the motherboard, just to
see if the motherboard is working right. Your should be hearing a beep
sound indicating that the board is alive. If yes, you may reinstall the
rest of the devices you removed.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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