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There is a problem in starting the system

After 3-4 sec the power is turned on the motherboard stops performing, the processor pan stops but the led on the motherboard pannel remains on.

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  • grace_0811 Feb 06, 2008

    i am trying to boot from internal CD rom drive but the system didn't start up.. i tried usind an external cd rw drive. it reads the windows xp installer however after 10 seconds of start up.. the screen turns to blank.. what is the matter in here? my board is P5V800-MX

  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2008

    when i plug the power cord in smps it starts and then stops.no id cable is inserted in motherboard. light turned in the mother board but cpu fan stops .

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Hi,

Sometimes motherboards turn the system off when it thinks that the CPU fan is faulty or missing - so try this ...

1 - check that the cpu fan power cable is connected to the 'cpu fan' connector on the motherboard, not the system fan connector.

2 - remove the cpu fan power cable and then re-connect it in case it had a bad contact. Sometimes, excessive dust on the terminals can cause a problem so make sure the connector looks pretty clean.

Good luck.


Posted on Jun 03, 2008

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Hi!good pm...hope this will help...

maybe your power supply is not working properly...i had the same problem before,i change my power supply and buy a new one...tried and tested!

goodluck!

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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Check whether the hard disk is detecting while booting or the hdd has a board complaint, send it to the company for repair

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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Check the battery and check the hdd belt also and also check the smps

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

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Replace your motherboard because the power circuit in your motherboard have no supply of power or damage. When you try to repair or probably replace those circuit which is damage in your board is not 100% ok... It is 30% to restore and 70% which is not ok... Hop you know what i mean. Motherboard is a very sensitive to replace their circuit even the capacitor... Anyway, hop my solution can help! By the i finish electronics and computer technology.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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