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I've put it back together, but it won't start. The green led is lit I may hav mixed upm the power button wiring. Would this be the cause

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  • snookertable Oct 05, 2010

    Thank you for your anser to my question, I realyy appreciate your help. Unfortunately it din't work. I had another person put in a SATA Hard drive because I couldn't get IDE at the time. After a few weeks the hard drive blew blew and the DVD burner door malfunctioned, so I got a new IDE DVD burner, new SATA 500 gb hard drive, new sound card and new graphics card. I Took the main PCB out and was going to put a whole new system in, but my son needs a computer, so I put this back together and in doing so put the reset plug where the one of the panel lights go. This was because of wrong colour coding in either the schematic of box. I've now sorted that out, but even after trying your suggestion, it won't work. I took the PCB back out, just to check for loose screws under, but there were none. I Really thought your suggestion was going to work, but alas, no. Is there someting else I can try. Please let me know. I can only get to this computer once a day, so hence the delay in replying.



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    Mike Heron

  • snookertable Oct 06, 2010

    I tried this, but it didn't work. I really thought that would be the answer, but alas no. I really appreciate your help I thought it was fantastic. Could it be the motherboard ? The green light is on, but it won't start.

  • snookertable Oct 06, 2010

    I replied to you via email, I hope you are still with me. I have now got it working partially. I found a problem with one of the PCB screws, which I have now fixed. There still seems to be a problem. I removed all components to see if any of them caused a problem and found that it would start using the reset button. The scematic colour scheme is wrong. I got the start button working Ok. Now it seems to be workin OK. It goes to show you were right, that particular screw must somehow have grounded. Once again Thanks a lot

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First reconnect ATX power supply from smps to motherboard. Pull cmos cell from motherboard for 10 minutes then put it back into it's position it is round cell on motherboard. You can check power cable diagram on motherboard corner near those pins. Then check.Also make sure motherboard is not ground with cabinet cover. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.

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