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Pc does not start

Hello, I have a pc with configuration > gigabyte 8ipe1000, 1gb ram, 250 gb hard disk, FX 5600 graphics card. After pressing the ON button, the systems gets power, fans on but the screen does not turn on and the two leds of hard disk and power stay permanently on. No further progress. Please help

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  • kseftilas Jul 11, 2008

    The pc does not beep at all, just stays stuck. The only thing I did before it started doing this, was to remove my 2.1 speakers by unplugging them... I tried removing all the RAMs one at a time, I tried another PSU, I tested another CPU, I reset the battery, I tried another graphics card but to no avail. Since I am now on holidays, I will give it another try when I get back. Thanks all for your advice

  • Dave May 11, 2010

    Does the PC beep? Have you changes anything recently?


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When it starts to power up, right click to access the bios. check boot sequence. choose drive D or E, whatever your harddrive is designated as.If boot sequence A, floppy drive. or B CD drive and there is no disc or CD in place it will ask for system disc and go no further. If you have a win 2k or XP disc put it in the CD drive , reboot, and when it asks"boot fromCD?" click yes. Then it will ask you " do you want to check for errors or reinstall windows.from there it's up to you.good luck, John

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Unplug the power supply the to let the capacitors on your board discharge , then rest the bios or de-attach the battery for a while
the put every thing back again.
if the problem still exists check wither you have a burnt capacitor on the mother.
if the problem still exists check the cpu (if it is too hot) it may be burnt out.

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

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