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From 300w psu i change it to 450w will that be ok?

It really took me a long time to solve my problem bout my computer, and here it is i found a nice site to share my problem hope you guys can help me solve my problem. im always experiencing a problem regarding with my power supply everytime i purchase a new power supply it will work only less than 6 months. one of my friend suggested me that i will replace may atx 300w power supply to atx 450w and she explained me the reason why i should replace it,so i think she got a point and the other reason is atx 300w power supply is almost face out, so i follow her advice and buy a atx 450w power supply.when i tried to turn on my computer using a atx 450w power supply it does not work but the LED in the motherboard lights, but the fan from the process is not working, no beep sounds from the board, i try many times to check all the connections and i think i connect them in proper. i have a p4s133 asus motherboard. Is anyone familiars the connections of a p4s133 asus motherboard? because im a little bit confuse with the connection beside the motherboard supply the AUX ports i think, should i put a supply on that? what should i check first to solve my problem? and replacing a atx 300w power supply to 450w power supply will that be ok? should i separate the power outlet of my monitor? because my monitor is connecting to my cpu. your reply is really a big help for to solve my problem... thank you!!! ivy

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  • ivy condrad Jul 16, 2007

    hi dog,
    i dont know your name, will that be ok if i call you dog?thank you so much for giving time and posted me a suggestion to solve my problem, but still my problem in my computer didn't work i try it many times i connect and disconnect all the connections but still my computer didn't work. is there any other suggetion to solve my problem? please help me.....


  • ivy condrad Jul 16, 2007

    hi dog,
    i dont know your name, will that be ok if i call you dog?thank you so much for giving time and posted me a suggestion to solve my problem, but still my problem in my computer didn't work i try it many times i connect and disconnect all the connections but still my computer didn't work. is there any other suggetion to solve my problem? please help me.....




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Ivy My field is in home appliances. I do fix my own computers and have replaced a few power supplys. The only thing I could say to you is go back and recheck your connections. They should only fit on the bord one way. The other connections for the hard drive and cd drives and so on really dont matter. so good luck and I think if you recheck it all the computer will work.

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