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PC will not start up

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my PC will not start up there is no sign of life at all. am using XP. I have changed the power supply unit, checked all connection to the motherboard and still no luck.
many thanks martin

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Hi Martin,
you could have one or more faults here.
first i,d suggest double-checking the connections from case to motherboard. power/reset/hdd led et,c.
next would be to test the power supply unit, if the old or swapped power-supply-unit is compatable with the motherboard.
this will eliminate the psu.
remove any external devices such as printer or usb devices.
it,s always best to go back to bare minimums, when fault finding. these can always be added later on.
ensure the power connectors are correct to hard-drives/dvd drives et,c. Finally is the motherboard itself. Is it Brand-New or Secondhand ? and if you replaced it. are the casing spacers installed correctly ? ( Brass nuts that seperate the motherboard from casing ) if any of these are in the wrong place, you can have an earthing problem. or a dropped screw under the motherboard. it,s all a process of eliminating faulty components/devices. i,d backtrack first, then test out individual components on another computer.

Mike @ Compurepair.

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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Greetings...

With the power off and plug disconnected from the computer, GENTLEY, remove video card and reseat, and reseat the memory chips... be very careful... also, find the reset jumper and reset the motherboard to default factory...

Here is set of detailed instuctions that could be helpful...

Did you just have a storm, power outage in the area? Do you have a UPS protecting your system?

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