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Intel MB D945GTP

The fan was very durty. We cleaned with a vacuum cleaner. To clean we have separated the fan from the CPU. Once cleaned we put it back. We have put back all peripherals and tried to start. Did not start. Though there is a light close to the power input indicating there is power. We have also erased the CMOS thinking that the computer had an automatic ON control. Thank you for your help. Guido.

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Give it 3 hours with no P/S plugged in, it might come back up. I just read a similar post. Dies when you unplug anything "active" from mobo, like fan, drive or floppy. MOBO senses voltage difference and shuts down.

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This is usually dust clogging up the CPU cooler.
When the owner of the PC forgets to clean the fins and the fan of the CPU cooler it plugs up with dust and dirt and looks like the inside of a vacuum cleaner.
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It is possible that the CPU fan is spinning too slow which allows the CPU to over heat and restarts you're system. (A safety feature for all MB's). Or the CPU fan has built up too much dust. Try cleaning the CPU fan with canned air and a clean paint brush. Try to free the dust from the under side of the fan blades with the paint brush. You can also add a case fan or two. This will supply more fresh air and help keep the MB and CPU cooler. If you're MB is five years old or older it is a good idea to replace the thermal past between the heatsink assembly and the CPU. If you decide to replace the thermal past spend a little more and replace the heat sink assembly too. Socket 423 replacement; http://www.directron.com/cck7015.html#caption

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remove fan from heat sink usually 4 screws or little clips
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clean vanes in heat sink replace fan
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