Question about NEC /Packard Bell 4 DIMM AT Motherboard (1510000900)

1 Answer

No power My pc turned itself off and just died on me.I replaced the psu but no joy. I I plug in a usb mutil plug it will light up however the machine itself will not I have been advised this is likely to be the motherboard finished but the person who advised has not seen or tested the machine.

Posted by on

  • david244 Aug 08, 2008

    Thanks for all your suggestions,I stripped the whole thing down and as a last resort I reassembled using the the old psu and to my amazement it is running faster and quieter to be honest I dont know what I have done but the machine is fine and has been running without a hitch for over a week so I must assume it was a connection problem



    Thanks again

×

1 Answer

  • Level 3:

    An expert who has achieved level 3 by getting 1000 points

    All-Star:

    An expert that got 10 achievements.

    MVP:

    An expert that got 5 achievements.

    Genius:

    An expert who has answered 1,000 questions.

  • Master
  • 1,011 Answers

If you have changed and confirmed the psu and after that no power, then do a final test.
by the way, have u plug the power switch,reset switch, hdd led connector, power on led connector in the right pins on the motherboad. confirm it with the help of user manual , also mentioned in the motherboard too.
if all are in the right positions, and system still not working then do a final test.
remove all the power, data cables for all devices like cdrom,hdd,dvd etc. just plug the power plug of psu inside the motherboard and check. remove the ram too. the supply fan and processor fan should run without ram. but it should give a continuous on and off beeps.
if after removing all this, its still not working then it is surely dead.

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

1 Suggested Answer

6ya6ya
  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

Hi,
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
goodluck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

Dell inspiron 6000 dead when connect power adeptor to laptop the led light on psu goes off is this mother board fault or psu.


If the led on the power supply turns off after connecting it to your laptop, the problem most likely lies with the power supply especially if the machine will run on battery power. This can be tested by

1. Turn the laptop off.

2. Remove the battery and power supply plug.

3. Press and hold the power button for at least 15 seconds to reset the laptop.

4. Replace the power supply plug into the laptop without replacing the battery.

5. If the computer will not start and there are no lights turning on on the laptop the power supply is bad.

6. Replace the battery and attempt to start the machine both with and without the power supply plugged in.

Apr 04, 2011 | Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook

1 Answer

I plug it in, and the fans spin briefly, but the computer doesn't seem to get power. When I unplug the power supply, however, the green light in the back of the power supply turns on, as well as a green...


Because the capacitors in the PSU retain a charge, the LED lights will glow after the power is switched off, these will fade out after a few seconds.

It would appear that at first glance, the PSU is indeed bad and the only way to eliminate this is to replace it with a known working one (I'm also assuming that the 4 pin yellow and black CPU plug that comes off the PSU is plugged into the motherboard?)

If this works than it was your PSU

If it does not work, there are several other possible reasons why this is happening:
Before doing the tests below, physically inspact the motherboard. Look for blown or buldging capacitors (the small cylinder objects), brownish residue, bulging sides etc are symptoms of a dying mobo. Check there are no objects causing a short on the board (you may need to remove the board to check) also, check the brass standoffs are not contacting the uninsulated parts of the board
  1. Faulty hardware: remove all the power rails to the drives and optical drives and test
  2. Bad Ram: remove all ram modules reboot and see if it beeps several times, replace each ram module in turn and retest
  3. Bad CPU (common fault), replace CPU with a known good one, retest.
  4. Bad Motherboard power regulator: No solution for this other than to replace the board

Feb 07, 2011 | Gateway 556GE Intel Pentium 4 630 3GHz(HT)...

1 Answer

If pluged into light not powering at all


Firstly insert the battery. When you plug the PSU into the machine does a charging light turn on? If not then check the fuse in the mains plug as it may have blown. If the fuse is OK then you may have a defective PSU, although the motherboard could also be defective. Try a new PSU to determine if which component is faulty. <br /> Now remove the battery and insert the PSU. Will the machine turn on or do any power lights illuminate? If power lights illuminate and the machine will not turn on then I would suggest the motherboard is at fault. If the machine turns on briefly the turns off before displaying the splash screen then I would suggest the RAM, CPU or motherboard is at fault.<br /> If the unit works without the battery installed then it is probably a battery problem, although it is possible the charging circuit on the motherboard is fried.<br /> Hope this helps,<br /> www.PuterCare.com<br />

Aug 30, 2010 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

1 Answer

My PC won't turn on, but the power light on the front of my computer is blinking. None of the fans inside my case are spinning. Does this mean I have to replace my motherboard, power supply, or something...


Sounds like your Power Supply Unit(PSU) is playing up, have you installed anything new lately like more Ram, Graphics card etc.. maybe a Stick of Ram is failing, no smell of burning from the Tower/Case? If your P.C. is no longer in warranty then disconnect it from the mains supply and then remove side panel and just take a look for and signs of damage burnt,smell of smoke etc.. if no signs of that then plug in the mains and watch and listen ofr anything strange.. continuous beeps, wurring sounds etc.. If the only thing is the front light still blinks then check on the internet via another P.C. and look for troubleshooting solutions on the make and model of your P.C. website. If still no joy you could possibly change the PSU over for a new higher WATT one, they come at reasonable prices.

Aug 26, 2010 | Computers & Internet

1 Answer

My Acer Aspire One model D250 cannot power on even if i already put the power adapter.Is it the battery pack problem or the motherboard?


Firstly insert the battery. When you plug the PSU into the machine does a charging light turn on? If not then check the fuse in the mains plug as it may have blown. If the fuse is OK then you may have a defective PSU, although the motherboard could also be defective. Try a new PSU to determine if which component is faulty.
Now remove the battery and insert the PSU. Will the machine turn on or do any power lights illuminate? If power lights illuminate and the machine will not turn on then I would suggest the motherboard is at fault. If the machine turns on briefly the turns off before displaying the splash screen then I would suggest the RAM, CPU or motherboard is at fault.
If the unit works without the battery installed then it is probably a battery problem, although it is possible the charging circuit n the motherboard is fried.
Hope this helps,
www.PuterCare.com

Jul 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

1 Answer

Ibm netvista x41 wont power up


measuring 12v at the psu is not enough. the psu have several voltage outputs ranging from 12volts to 3.3 volts and maybe even 2.2 volts.. firstly, check all onboard USB ports, a bent or shorted pin in a USB port will prevent the psu from operating. next, the psu has a safety connection to the mainboard, this is called the power good signal ( pwrgd) and it is a signal from the psu to the mainboard and tells the mainboard that everything in the psu is functioning correctly. If the powergood signal is lost ( drops from 5volts to zero volts) the mainboard will issue an interuppt to the cpu and the cpu will shut down, this will also shut the board down to prevent damage and data loss. mainboards all use pretty much the same connectors so your board will have either a 20 pin power connector or a 24 pin one. It may also have an additional 4 pin connector to power the cpu and northbridge functions. use a known good psu and plug this into your board along with the 4 pin connector and attempt a switch on. If the system begins to boot, replace the psu. if not, try unplugging or removing everything connected to the board, pay special attention to expansion cards and usb ports. remove the ram sticks and video cards if fitted, then attempt to boot again. if the system does not respond, replace the main board. if it now begins to boot, refit everything one item at a time and try starting the machine. turn off before refitting the next item and start the machine up again. when you get to the problem item, the machine will stop starting. If all else fails, replace the mainboard or take the machine to a reputable repairer..

Oct 30, 2009 | IBM NetVista X41 PC Desktop

2 Answers

HP won't power on at all~PSU light blinking, then solid, then off


Dead short on the machine causing the power supply to go into shutdown (Fold Back Protection)

Remove all of the connectors coming from the power supply (Label them so that you know here they go back to on the Motherboard and the DVD etc (Including the processor fan one)

Place all of them back one at a time starting with the main one if the led stays on then plug in another till you locate the short.

If the led dies when you plug in the main MB connector then you are in deep brown stuff

All you can do then is to remove the Ram and any other unpluggable device to see if that is the cause

Jul 05, 2009 | HP PAVILION A6230N DESKTOP PC

1 Answer

The tower wont turn on


Check your power supply. Most common reason for your problem is that the psu has died. Also near your main psu connection on the motherboard should be a little led light. If your board is getting a proper power connection/supply that light should be green. If not it will either be off or red. If it is green then the problem may be your motherboard. If it is red or off then it is most likely a bad psu. Replace with a compatible psu & you should be back up & running. Hope this helps.

Jul 02, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

3 Answers

Powerbutton flashing yellow


If the main power button LED is flashing or solid yellow, this could indicate a hardware problem.

 

Was it running good before?

 

Are the diagnostic LED lights all green?

 

Here is what dell says:

 

If the power light is blinking amber  —

 The computer is receiving electrical power, but an internal power problem might exist.

  • Ensure that the voltage selection switch is set to match the AC power at your location (if applicable).
  • Ensure that the processor power cable is securely connected to the system board.

Do you remember what the BSOD said?

Oct 22, 2007 | Dell OptiPlex GX620 PC Desktop

Not finding what you are looking for?
NEC /Packard Bell 4 DIMM AT Motherboard (1510000900) Logo

Related Topics:

91 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top NEC Computers & Internet Experts

Brian Sullivan
Brian Sullivan

Level 3 Expert

27725 Answers

Les Dickinson
Les Dickinson

Level 3 Expert

18377 Answers

Steven Wander
Steven Wander

Level 3 Expert

579 Answers

Are you a NEC Computer and Internet Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...