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Still same problem. Computor wont come on. Motherboard green lite is on.

I removed 3 memory sticks and the video card with same results. I also unpluged each drive one at a time. Still no help. I also unpluged both dvd drives and each fan motor also one at a time.
Do you think I have a bad motherboard or PSU?
PSU is a Thermaltake w0106ru 700w.

Thanks for the reply

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  • Ricks Photos Jun 10, 2008

    ESKE,



    Thanks for the help. I followed your advise and started from zero.

    The problem was I forgot something very simple, I didn't plug in the second ATX connector. Stupid mistake but, you know it does help familarize you with all the connectors.

    Thanks again for your help. I guess sometimes it helps to have a second brain.



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Would need to get a 4 digit bios post card

like this one on ebay


remove the front panel connectors from the motherboard and use a screwdriver to start up the pc. Thats incase the power button is faulty / stuck somehow.

Can't say which is faulty or what is wrong without haveing a look at it myself..

basicly if you remove everything else but psu, motherboard, vga, cpu, memory. so you have the basics to start up. btw try removeing all the ram, you should hear beeps do you hear any beeps?

So it shutsdown right after power on? Might be the psu, I can't say for sure.

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

  • Ekse Jun 09, 2008

    I bought that one for myself you will have to look around for another.

  • Ekse Jun 10, 2008

    yeah thats a common mistake.

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