Mother board 's power is tripping but before that kind
Mother board 's power is tripping but before that kind of problem power is coming properly on motherboard but no beep sound was coming . duet to several effort tripping problem is raised . what is the actual problem in mother board before this everything functioning properly . Is it replaceable to the company since it is on warranty period
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I would honestly recommend that if you are having power issues with your motherboard and your system is still in warranty, call the manufacturer and get a Return to Manufacturer Authorization (RMA) started right away. One should not waste time on this.
Call them and describe your problem to them. Don't be afraid to insist that they start an RMA for your motherboard. Don't take "No" for an answer, either! You paid for this product and they are obligated to replace it under the terms of their warranty.
They may ask you to go over some troubleshooting procedures at first. Humor them, though it may be irritating! But even if nothing bad happens during the course of your tech support phone call, tell them that it IS happening and that you do not care to have the equipment running in this manner!
Remember that YOU are the customer. YOU are the boss. (Withing reason.) Do not allow them to skip around the issue.
They should being procedures by taking your personal information and then telling you how the RMA process works. Most companies send you a shipping label for the part. Carefully package the defective part in a box and apply the shipping label. Get it in the mail to them. They should be sending you a replacement part.
Defective motherboard aside... The other possibility you have to look at is whether or not your processor is properly cooled or not. If the CPU overheats, then it could cause the motherboard to shut down using a safety feature. It's thermal protection and it saves your system from killing itself.
The other possibility is your power supply unit. If you have an extra PSU around, try using that one instead if it has the appropriate connectors on it. You may surprise yourself and find that your power supply is going bad.
Either way you go, good luck. Just don't do anything that would void your warranty!
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A> Check you Power all connection proper connected. B> Check you SMPS power proper working or not. C> If direct display not coming then sec option is external display card connect in mother board and check display come or not. if display come then you internal display cheap damage. If both option used or display no then you mother board problem. D> Check you RAM, section if RAM problem then display no. E> And finally one time mother board bios batter disconnect and few sec wait and re-connect bios batter. Remember batter disconnect before all power cut. Thanks...
Hi, i can understand the amount of inconvenience that you are facing. Please check if the fan of the power supply if it is running or not, if it is not then remove the biggest connector from the mother-board which is coming out from the power supply. then check if the fan runs or not, if it is not then replace the power supply. If the fan starts to run then please make sure that all the cables coming out from the power supply are properly plugged in the mother-board. Then try changing the slots of the memory(RAM), if you have more than 1 memory stick installed then remove the memory sticks one by one to see if it works.
In case all of this doesn't work then the issue is with the mother board and you need to go to a local technician for further support so that they can check if it can be repaired. Regards Anand Sachan
look on the mother board,, with it on its side,, power button facing you.. On the Mobo look at the bottom left were all the other small plugs are. that come out of the face of the computer.. it should be marked PWB or SW
1. Check the mother board user manual 1st. To see how to properly install this mother boar to your PC cabinet or tower.
2. Check to see if you have the power from the power supply correctly connected
3. You may not have the proper watts or power from the power supply to power said mother board.
4. check the mother board battery it may not have proper voltage it should be 3.9 volts or more with a voltage meter check.
usually a 2025 button battery on the board
Hi , Has your MB Sufferd any power Surges , Power Trips , or Shorting with Case of some sort? if so then your Motherboard is Burnt out , Try see if you can see any burnt marks , or Burst Capacitors .As soon as your CPU Fan runs , but your MB isnt running , you know its getting power ..So your motherboard is Burnt out, ASUS boards are very commonly , Burning out.I recently Sent mine back to ASUS because it burnt out..Also if you are going to take it in , make sure you have a proper qaulified Techie Checking it , otherwise they report that your CPU and PSU is also burnt out , and try get you to buy new from them...Becareful of that , its very common where im from.
IN order for the machine to power up properly. make sure you have correctmemoriesspecified by the motherboard manufacturer.
insert them as instrcited and connected a VGA (analog-old stype) monitor to the 15 pin connector. and power it up.
if it comes up great, continue with what ever you are going to do. if not, post back in this thread.
If the power comes on the power box, that is good, so the only the is the mother board is bad, replace it. they have nubers on the that tell you what kind it is. search the web, you can find the new on ebay check, and you can put it in your self and save time and money.