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System will not boot past post screen...is the mobo dead?

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1) I've seen power sources appear to power up a system, but are somehow broken just enough to not get the system to POST (do you have another system you could at least borrow the power source from?)

2) pull anything you can so that you just have mobo, power, cpu, memory, and graphics.

2a) try using just one memory chip (and try each chip you have, or best to borrow a chip from a working system); even try different slots

2b) if onboard graphics, try a known working graphics card addon

2c) does the screen power off (like normal sleep) or system shutdown? if latter, try re-thermal pasting the heat sink to the cpu.

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I guess the CPU isnt completely ruled out. It might have a bad pin, or your mobo might have a bad socket that got fixed when you jiggled it..but that would be a big problem, and you'll have to take your cpu and look closely at it and the mobo to look for defects.

If its overheating it wouldnt do it immediately. It would get past POST and problem overheat at "starting windows". and if it did that most mobo's will display an error message before POSTing that says it had to shut down your system to prevent overheating.

Plus you also have a decent cpu cooler, so even if you did a terrible job putting on the thermal paste it shouldnt cause your cpu to overheat, unless you have doing a huge overclock, then it might happen.

Are you overclocked right now? have you tried setting everything back to stock speeds and booting like that?
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My foxconn motherboard is power on but there is no signal on the screen and no bios


Hi ' first try to check all wire if it is insert properly but if still not working good the cause is sometimes errors on hard drive to boot your system because of bad sectors ' try to reinstall a new operating system,thanks for using fixya. . . . .

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clear the bios ... with the power fully disconnected...

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A dead CPU will not hinder a board from powering up. The board is unlikely to POST. However, you should heard attempts at powering up and immediate shutdown. Or, you will see the PSU comes on but system not boot.

No mobo, but, CPU.

If no failed attempts at boot, no indicator lights, then you have either a failed power supply or DEAD motherboard.

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Compaq Evo 410c down after AC/AC plug-in


let me read all 3 posts, why not just have one and comment to one?
symptoms for all, do nor read posts from folks telling you to find fuse clips seen in 1980s, PC, forget that. this is all SMD parts.
wiki that....
  • previous owner used a AC/power pack and blew up this LT..
  • its 19vdc not 24vac, or you WILL BLOW IT UP.
  • fixing that if true is non trivial to say the least.
  • it will not power on with battery removed, and with correct 19vdc pack attached,
  • or it does turn on sometimes but locks up in XP screens.
  • This is a 13 year old LT. so fixing one this old is dicey.
  • (reason is XP is dead OS and parts hard to find)
  • why look for fuses. if a fuse works on 1 boot why would it fail 2nd boot? answer its not a fuse its dream of a fuse. (hope)
  • Does BIOS screens work,
  • Does using a DT screen on the rear 15p, VGA port work can the external screen be made to work.
  • Does booting to any bootable CD work, HP windows install or live LINUX cd, or window live PE CD work. if yes the LT is ok
  • just has bad OS or BAD HDD.
  • Power dead totally and 19vdc on the MOBO input pins
  • is a dead mobo, no BIOS,on both screens, 19vdc in is a dead mobo. The fuse if present are SMD fuses F1,F1, if mobo marked, L1, L2, those are inductors not fuse... nice try though.

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I had the same problem. I bought the M848A from Newegg in an attempt to save my trusty Athlon 2600+ CPU and a fancy Raedon 512mb AGP card which I salvaged out of my old broken down system. I thought it would be a good time to update the RAM so I bought 2 gigs of OCZ 3200 DDR400 to go with.

Problems:
(1) First the damn thing wouldn't boot past the post screen. It would simply cycle thru post over and over. Fixed: The microsoft XPpro operating system was corrupt. The new board hated the old configs from the previous system. After trying (and failing) a os repair, I ended up simply doing a clean intall with great results. Board was stable worked great for a week. Only had one glitch...

(2) The board would only recognize and post ONE of the 2 gigs of ram I bought. I raided all the CMOS settings, and downloaded all the user manuals I could get a hold of and found no answers to this curious problem. On a whim, I opened the case and switched their locations back and forth which led me to...

(3) Lights on, no one home. All the lights came on... power, HDD, cd drives... all the fans worked: case, CPU, graphics card... but the screen would remain blank/unpowered and no post menu would come up. Seemed like it wanted to work, but simply stopped short of booting up. THIS WAS YOUR PROBLEM?!?? On a hunch, (more an angry impulse) I reached over and popped an old Mushkin Technologies (PC 3200 400DDR) 512mb out of my old dead mobo and slammed it solo in the primary memory slot. Bingo. Fired right up.

The board appears to be testy with its RAM... If it fails its initial memory test, it will not post. The screen will not come on. I'm not 100% certain this is the final solution to the problem... I'm still playing with it. My questions now are.... do I have dead RAM? Chip compatibility issues? Perhaps the PC Chips support techs on their website have some practical advice on this issue. I'll keep you posted if you like.

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