I cleaned out my new computor and took outall the psu wires from there sockets, i left it over nigth and re-pluged the wires. now when i switch on my computor it goes to the MOBO screen and then shutts off, however the LEDS on the MOBO stay on. any ideas?
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It is apparent that the wire between the current sensor that the computer monitors and the left brake light socket is open. Thus the computer knows the brake light is not working because it is not drawing current. If you have a wiring diagram, you can probably find the broken wire or bad connection. This may take some time. To get the left brake light working, you can jumper the left brake light socket to the right brake light socket. Warning, this may cause the computer to register the extra current on the right side as a short circuit and shut both off. If that happens you will have to forgo the left brake light until you get the open circuit corrected.
it can be problem wth psu hence insert a wire in green socket and another in black socket of psu and this will short and psu fan will rotate. if psu fan rotates then you need to check the voltage supplies of the psu.
Almost all problems like yours are caused by a faulty ground at the socket. Check the left rear socket for corrosion, clean it with a wire brush, steel wool, or sandpaper if necessary, and make sure that the ground wire running from the socket to the chassis is clean and intact. The fast flash at the front is just to let you know that the rear is not working.
Sounds like the socket is bad or you have a short in the wiring. You can test it with a multi meter to see if you are getting power to the socket. Also look for any corrosion and clean it out if necessary. Look over the wiring for any signs of broken insulation or heat damage (blackened or melted insulation). Good luck and hope this helps.
You need to check for power & ground at left rear socket, and clean it & contacts in it well, and may have to squeeze socket a bit to supply better ground to outside of bulb base. If that doesn't work, poke wires going into back of socket with test light, with signal on, and if power present, replace the socket assy. About $5.00
There should also be a brand - the nVidia just relates to the chipset that the board uses, but its OK, lets check the wiring first. If we still have trouble I'll get you to double check for the brand name.
Lets just check that you have the following plugs in place:
The 24 pin plug from the PSU (blue) to your motherboard - this powers the board itself.
A 4 pin 12v P4 connector plugs into the motherboard (near the CPU). This is the CPU power. It runs from the 8pin blue socket on the PSU. Make sure that the end plugging into the motherboard is only 4 pin.
No power cables required to run the 8600GT so the red sockets on the PSU are empty.
Power cables going to all your peripherals (hard drives and CDroms). These run from the black sockets on the PSU.
You can access your HDD from the old computer but cannot boot your HDD from that old computer. I think you down load a file with virus, maybe your computer was infected with virus coming from that crack. Means you have to re-install your computer.