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D850GB power problem

I have problem with D850GB motherboard. When I connect the power, the fans in the SMPS, AGP card, and all drives are powering. But the Motherboard and processor are not functioning. Just all fans and drives are running. Front power on switch have no use. Also no beeps nothing even after removing all boards and drives. When I remove the processor, then the symptom is not occuring.

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  • anishpsla Jul 27, 2008

    There is no screen. As I say the Mb doesn't powerup. But the fan in AGP card and all drives are working. But the fan in processor is not working. All are happening when I put the plug into power even without I press the switch for powering up.



    P4 1.4Ghz.



    Please help. I urgently need help from experts in this case.

  • Anonymous Oct 02, 2008

    I have problem with D850GB motherboard. When I connect the power, all the fans in the SMPS, AGP card, and all drives are powering. But the Motherboard is not functioning. Just all fans and drives are running. Front power on switch is lighting. Also no beeps nothing even after removing all boards and drives. There is no screen. As I say the Mb doesn't powerup. But the fan in AGP card and all drives are working. and the fan in processor is working also.

  • David
    David May 11, 2010

    does it bring up the booting screen

  • Madhav Suresh May 11, 2010

    What processor are you using?

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I have this same problem also. I will add that the computer does light the cdrom light , the drive is spinning, the key board light and the floppy light., when first started up, nothing is going to the moniter to see whats going on!

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The reason that your AGP card fans are on and your drives are on is simple because those devices have power.
If the fan on the processor isn't working, then look for the wire that rut ns out of the fan and into the motherboard. Make sure that's plugged in. If it's not, then plug it in, but if it isn't this most likely means that your Heat Sink/Fan is broken. I woulnd't start your computer if the fan isn't working because your processor might overheat. One thing, if it doesn't beep, that means that it's not posting, which means start up tests are failing. Right now it seems like your processer is the problem right now, but I would take it to a repair center just to be sure.

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