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Did you upgrade something recently? Report Black Swift- May 17, 2009 at 07:30 AM Hey Akshay !! These are supposed to signal the PSU that it's on and should start spinning its fans, but nothing happened. If it's not, go ahead and contact your power supply manufacturer. his comment is here

I have been reading some of your info on this site and have been impressed with your knowledge. It was on a video card. When I try to start my pc, Windows 7 sends me to startup repair but it fails in safe mode. LOL. http://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/mac/10-steps-take-when-your-mac-wont-start-up-or-turn-on-3423817/

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Couldn't do/see anything. Can you help? My computer would power on, then power off on its own just a few seconds later then power on again.

It's up to you now to decide about what you'll do, repairing it or just buy another one. Try disconnecting the CD ROM Drive and Hard Disk after the reset then power on and see the result if there is any change. Took them out and put the old 128's back. Computer Won't Boot Windows 10 Apple suggests that you: Check the connection to the power.

Uninstall any new software or driver that you installed or updated recently. Computer Won't Boot Up Black Screen It could also be that some faulting PCI cards are causing this error. All the things he couldn't do before (put the computer to sleep, use power button to turn off) are working now. Recently, I wrote about another computer that turned itself off.

I tried your MB test and removed the memory modules and I did get a beep so I guess that means the MB is good. Pc Wont Boot No Beep Answer this question Flag as... The Eraser trick got everything to fire up, but it still hung at the countdown page. We just would prefer Vista because a lot of the programs we have don't run on Linux, plus it couldn't find the wireless card in Linux, and so on.

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The machine, a desktop, has two internal hard drives. Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Jan 24, 2009 at 01:40 AM Yes, you can buy any P4 compatible cooler fan for Computer Won't Boot Windows 7 On top of that a message appears on the monitor to check all cable connections. Computer Turns On But Wont Boot Am I destined for a crash soon?

Then,nothing else. this content So I turned off and back on and this time it's reverted back to the frozen Motherboard page. Cheers, Craig Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Jun 2, 2009 at 03:32 AM Have you used a new memory card? I had a reboot issue once where a friend had taken his desktop with him on a cross country trip (us video editors are a devoted bunch), and the vibrations from Computer Not Powering On

I remove the ram and startup still same results no beep of any kind. This will take you to Safe Mode. 5 Uninstall new software. An alternative possibility is an issue with the power supply in the computer. http://libraryonlineweb.com/computer-won-39-t/computer-won-t-start-need-help.php I live in Mauritius.

Im thinking that its a problem with the PSU but i still dont know Report • #5 Derek June 5, 2013 at 14:45:33 It is very easy to disturb a connection Computer Has Power But Wont Turn On I have the same problem, I removed the memory (RAM) and turned on the computer and it started beeping quickly and repeatadly till I turned if off. When I try to shut down my computer it's as if it's going to sleep or simply restarting, never completely shutting down.

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lolIn all seriousness, either you have two defective PSUs, or something else had a critical problem, maybe your CPU. Answer this question Flag as... Sometimes the power on light comes on amber not green. Pc Wont Boot To Bios During taking it apart I also clean it...

I've replaced power supply, mobo, and processor. In case you are not very comfortable working with PCs; or if all the above-mentioned steps failed; take your system to a computer repair shop. If possible try to use a different display, or a different adaptor (use DVI instead of VGA, for example). check over here solved I turned off my computer during factory reset and now it wont start up/ Windows 10 solved Computer Shut Itself Off And Now Won't Reboot Computer randomly shut off and

If not, I have a MB problem, correct? I press the power button, see my power light coming up, I hear everything starting: fans, cd-drive,.... I switched back to the original graphic card but the result was the same. See if you can RMA the motherboard if you're not brave enough to solder things.

And voila, my dead computer came back to live! My PC would eventually boot up after numerous power on/off. Is it just not giving enough power, since it booted with the gpu unplugged among other things? Please help me with these without losing everything on my CPU.

I REALLY can't afford the $75 right now. -Thanks- Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Jan 31, 2009 at 02:12 AM Concerning There is not a 4 pin hook up from the power supply to the MB. Not the answer you're looking for? I think it might be just that the gold plated part of the memory stick was too dirty and cleaning it did the trick.

Just a thought. Report slayres› DJ AKSHAY - Sep 18, 2009 at 01:42 PM I had the same problem, and held down the ctrl and alt keys at the same time, while the beeping GPU, CPU fans, regular fans, HDD, etc. Here again, removing all the external wires, including electricity got it booting and it seems to be fine after re-connecting the normal set of external devices. Go figure.  To express your thoughts

On Saturday afternoon, it was going a bit slow so I decided to restart it. Report tinker- Jan 23, 2009 at 04:35 PM Thank you.