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One bad/faulty lead can cause a computer with lots of problems
replace all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATA the ones that attach from your motherboard to hard drive
hope this helps

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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D945ghz


Intel D945GZ motherboard? Got it. Now what the world are you talking about? A Chassis Intrusion Switch? What desktop computer is it in? Computer manufacturer name, and Model Number. Post back in a Comment.

Wait a minute. Won't boot, or the Power Supply doesn't start up?
Power Supply doesn't start up;

1) You have a bad ATX power on switch
2) You didn't connect the ATX power on switch to the correct pins, on the Front Panel header.
3) You have a bad Power Supply

http://www.directron.com/atxswitch.html

Computer doesn't boot up;
1) You didn't follow Anti-Static Precautions
2) You didn't apply Thermal Paste to the top of the Processor, before you put the Heatsink on.
3) You didn't connect the 4-pin ATX +12 Volt power cable.
Power for the Processor. (No processor, no computer)

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#atx12v4

4) You didn't use the Installation Disk (CD) that came with the motherboard. (Has the DRIVERS)
5) Is this a replacement motherboard for a bad one?
SAME motherboard, or a different one?
Why?

Because when Windows is installed on a computer, (Harddrive, actually), it assigns hash values to certain major hardware components.

Components such as;
1) Processor
2) Motherboard chipset
3) BIOS program, version, and date
4) Harddrive
5) Graphics chipset. (Whether Integrated Graphics, or a graphics card)

Change any two of these components, and Windows will think it is being stolen.
Microsoft User's License states, "ONE Genuine copy of Windows per ONE computer "

[ Microsoft makes one Master disk. From it all GENUINE copies are made, and sold to the consumer ]

If you are lucky, the Windows activation screen may come up. Windows will want to be activated again. (Activated, not Registered)
Doesn't happen all the time, though.

Using a brand new genuine copy of Windows? Make sure you go into BIOS Setup, and in Boot Order, set the first boot device to CDROM.


The LED light on the motherboard indicates it HAS power.

Motherboard Manual for the Intel D945GCZ mobo. (MOtherBOard),

(GHz stands for GigaHertz.
Giga = approximately 1 Billion.
Hertz stands for Cycles per Second.
1GHz = approximately 1 Billion Cycles per Second.
It refers to Frequency Rate. For laymen frequency rate = 'Speed')

Plus, it isn't new. It is NOS. New Old Stock.
Means it could be a bad motherboard, even if it has never been used.

{Computer technology follows Moore's Law,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moore%27s_law

What is new technology today may be old tomorrow }

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d945gcz/sb/CS-020793.htm

Blue -> English Product Guide [PDF]

Let me know if you think there is a Chassis Intrusion Switch.
It will operate one of two ways;

1) When the cover is removed, the switch is open. No connection of the two wires is present. Remove the switch, put a piece of heat shrink tubing over one wire, and slide it back out of the way.

Twist the two wires together with an Electrician's knot, solder them, slide the heat shrink tubing over the connection, use heat to shrink the heat shrink tubing.

2) When the cover is removed, the switch is closed. The wires are grounded out. Remove the switch. Cut the exposed bare wire off, leaving just the insulation. Put a wire nut on it. Do the same for the other wire.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Jun 24, 2012 | Intel Computers & Internet

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I change the power supply cause its not work and now its ok but there nothing display on the screen only the word say power seving


Assuming that you have correctly hooked up the power supply and that when you turn on the computer the power supply powers up as well as the CPU fan and the hard drive spins up, you have a video problem. While this COULD be because of a bad power supply, I think there is another hardware issue here.
You say you changed the power supply because it didn't work. I'd ask why didn't it work--did it suddenly make a popping sound or did you smell burning electronics? If so, when it failed, it may have taken part of the motherboard with it.
If you have an integrated motherboard (the video is actually part of the motherboard), then that is probably the issue here.
Just to be sure, disconnect everything BUT the CPU and memory and video. Then try to start it. If you see something on the screen (like a message telling you there is no boot device) then you can assume the hard drive or CD has gone bad. Reconnect the hard drive to see if it starts. Then the CD.
If you fail to get any image on the screen, assume that your motherboard is shot.

Mar 21, 2012 | Gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L Motherboard

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My pc didn't showing display


Get another display adaptor. Plug it onto m.board (slot) ..normally U will get the display. If it still doesnt appear anything on the screen it means your m.board out of works.

Jan 01, 2012 | Intel Computers & Internet

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Hi! i am having problem with Display from motherboard. I had already checked ram, power supply but i didn't get any display. so how can i resolved this problem. Please help.....


I'm assuming this is a desktop motherboard? Make sure the plug for power is connected and tight. It is refuses to work see if you have another slot and try moving it to the free spot.

If it still doesn't work: 1. make sure your monitor is connected properly and turned on 2. if possible try the monitor on another machine to make sure it's not the monitor itself

If the monitor works correctly on something else and you've tried the above than it's likely that the video card itself died and needs replacing.

Aug 08, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Device could not start


what device? is *********** board won't start? Or a hardware doesn't start like ram or your printer
If the problem is your motherboard check all your hardwares and connectors like this:
  1. If the motherboard won't start if you click the power button check the LED(the small light bulb on your motherboard) if its glowing. If not, check the connector of your power supply or check the power supply if its working by looking its fan if revolving.
  2. If you push the button and there's a sign of power but didn't start up that will appear on your screen check the connection of your monitor screen to your desktop computer. If it's connected, remove your RAM from the motherboard and insert it to another memory slot to check if it's broken.
  3. Last, if you push the power button and here 1 short beep but the boot screen didn't appeared from your screen check your graphic card. Remove the graphic card and re-insert it again to its graphic card slot and plug in your monitor connector to it. If it still remain that way, buy a new graphic card.

Aug 01, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Briefly: laptop cant turn on Detail: After pushed power button, the note book didn't turn on. Screen kept black. Power button didn't light on(usually should). The laptop is without any sound...


The first solution I'd recommend is removing the battery and then trying to power on just with the AC adapter. Why are you afraid to remove the battery? no data will be lost.

It maybe that you have a dead motherboard or that there had been a power failure while you were putting your machine to hibernate.

Jul 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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No display when the computer is tuned on


try to release the memory (ram) from *********** board, turn on your pc without any ram, and you should hear a sound beep (voice) if there is any sound the problem is on your ram (memory), clean your ram using a pencil eraser or replace with a new one, if there is still no display maybe the problem is with your vga (display adapter), but if you didn't hear any sounds when your memory (ram) was release the problems is in *********** board or your processor..

hope this post can give you any solutions.. thank you

May 14, 2011 | Intel Motherboard

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Hi, when i power on it shows in brown color, (blink in brown) nothing dispalys, i changed ps, memory, processor. but didn work out


The only thing that's left is your motherboard. The usual culprit in a black out mode is the power supply and the motherboard. Try using a certified good motherboard. Try also to check on the display card. Also, check for compatibility of the power supply, the motherboard, the processor, display card and the memory

Sep 13, 2010 | Dell OptiPlex GX520 PC Desktop

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Msi motherboard


@ vinay2412 - YES you need a PSU wil either the 4 or 8 pin molex connector to power the motherboard correctly

the lightscribe drive will not read a DVD or CD until you boot the PC correctly

the wireless k/b will not work until you load the drivers etc. you need a PS2 or USB k/b to get thing going first until the OS is running and you can install drivers

@ shaikh27

your error suggest you need to load drivers from the motherboard driver CD. do you have this?

Jun 19, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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No display, no start up beep, no post and no boot


Hello,

You need a Molex power plug (same as for your standard IDE hard drive or DVD drive to an 8pin adapter. A common product. If you can't get it locally.

Without this the board won't boot as there is insuffcient power on the motherboard to drive your display adapter.

Here is the link to the product at crazypc.com.

Also, if you have onboard video too, make sure the bios setup pages have the property set for primary display adapter to Add-in/PCIe.

Regards,
Worldvet

Jun 19, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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