My i860 quit working in the middle of a job. It shut off and won't restart. I took out the power supply and measured voltage. Information on the piece says it should be putting out 24 volts. Mine was doing 7 volts. I can't find a replacement power supply, and it's not worth taking to a repair center. Are there any other options?
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Possible causes of the problem: - System overheating - Virus infection - Power supply malfunctioning
- Check your computer if the fan is properly working. - Scan your computer for viruses - Check your computer power supply by a qualified technician - Reinstall your computer operating system Try this also: From the run box you can type shutdown -a and that should stop it from shutting down long enough for you to fix the problem.You need to look up how to remove msblast from your computer.
Sounds like an overheating problem. May want to remove the processor and check the heat sink material. While you have it out you can clean the fan and the heat sink. Make sure your air flow isnt blocked in any way and neaten up the cables if necessary. You could also consider adding another fan.
My solution: I searched many posts. My LCD also went black after 10 minutes or so, and green led was still on. Then i had to press power off and on to display again for minute or 2. I used reset function in its osd. And problem is gone! Yai!
you are so lost... a short in anything after the power supply will shut down the horizontal driver signal. first check to see if horizontal
output transitor is shorted. If not it should have about 110 volts dc on it. if not go back to
Power suppy ...many things start here...check to see if you micros got power a 5v heatseeked regulater is common bad. also the startup circuits can be tricky...in the power suppy.
I look for a kit online for power supplies ...they give you about every that fails.
or you can start buying boards...best bet it is take to a professonal for you my freind havent a clue.