Question about Medion M3 Composer 5200 PC Desktop
The P7 plug is likely a spare for additional drives. You are experiencing a no POST (Power on Self-Test) when just means the system fails to turn on. Since it is summer, it is lightning season, and a lot of systems experience failures due to lightning.
Things you can do.
1. If the system has a modem, and the phone line was connected to a telephone outlet, remove the modem card from the system, see if it will now turn on. If no different, disconnect all items plugging into the tower except power, try again, if it turns on, then power off, try attaching items one at a time till you ID the problem device.
2. If the system still turns off immediately, then the next suspect item is the power supply in the tower. Most towers now days use an ATX power supply that costs about $30 and can be bought either at a local computer shop or on-line at places like newegg.com
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
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