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Hello, hope you are well. Thank you soo much for your advice! I just wanted to let you know that i am taking my kids away camping this week, but when i get back i will go through your suggestions and let you know how i've got on with it all. Your advice is greatly appreciated as i'm a single Mum and wouldn't be able to afford to go away if i had to pay for my computer to be fixed!! So by having a go myself i am learning more about them (as i love technical stuff) and i enjoy a challenge :-) Once again, Thank You and i'll be in touch soon :-)

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  • Jodey Aug 20, 2008

    Hello, hope you are well! Back from camping now, (we managed to survive the rain and storms, lovely English weather, but the kids loved it so that was great)!

    I've gone through your suggestions and re no1 - memory LED etc, there are no lights coming on next to ram and also no CPU fan running. I have tried the ram in different slots, but still no life in the machine!!?? It says the problem could be the power supply, CPU, memory or CPU/memory socket itself. I assume the power supply is ok as it's new so is there any way i can test for the other possible problems???

    Also, there is no PCI graphics card, only VGA card in AGP slot (which is the NVIDIA - FX5500-TD256) and modem, extra USB's and ?(unknown to me-sits above the VGA card) in PCI slots. so only using on board graphics, sorry for the mess up on my part :-(

    Inside of the PC(most leads disconnected when i took it though)

    Well, thank you again for your time and help and i look forward to your next comments for me. Take care :-)

  • Jodey Aug 20, 2008

    Yes have tried with ATX12v lead in and ATX power connector in. The power unit is in a sealed box and switch was on at the back. Still no joy :-(



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Have a wonderful time camping and anytime your ready to get back to it let me know. I will be more then glad to help.

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    Wesley Gardner Aug 20, 2008

    is the power supply hooked up to the motherboard in that picture?

    to me it looks like its not. not sure if you took it off for the picture but by the ide cables there is a input for the power supply to be connected and make sure that the power supply settings are right and on the back of the power supply the power is on as well.

    let me know thanks



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