Computer Won't Turn On In The Morning
Thanks. I was not able to find this in the bios chickensandwich, Nov 24, 2012 #10 chickensandwich Thread Starter Joined: Nov 20, 2012 Messages: 10 captainron276 said: ↑ Try downloading HWMonitor I hope this problem does not arise again in the future. Double check the connection from the PSU to your motherboard. http://lsdsir.net/computer-won-t/computer-won-t-install-nis-2005.html
Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. If this were the case, the PSU would stop functioning until you unplug it and reset the circuit by doing so. This morning I go to turn it on and all I get it a quick flicker of light at the power switch and then nothing. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
Bread54321Sep 8, 2012, 9:23 AM Hey everyone. i'm thinking the PS is the problem, for a couple of reasons. This procedure worked for her until I was able to go inside the computer and repair the power button. ----------------------------------------------------- flavallee, Nov 20, 2012 #2 chickensandwich Thread Starter Joined: Nov
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Ran fantastic. Is it possible the PS gave out or would it be the mobo? While I'm capable of building a PC from scratch by selecting compatible components and putting it all together, I'm only interested in hardware when I'm about to build a new PC Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?
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I'm still under full warranty so I want to drop the problem in their lap. I flipped the power supply switch on and off and turned the computer on this time. The computer was custom built and I've had it for about three years. I've seen lots of fan failures, exploding caps on the motherboard (especially around over-heated north and south bridges), on and on.
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especially if you plug it into the computer outlet and wiggle it "slightly" the lights should not flicker or change on it. Stretching my mind, I could only think of two differences between my home and the repair shop. I don't have anything I could switch it out with though.
Obviously this means something is wrong with my power supply ...doesn't it?
anyway, what's the specs on your computer? Any advice to give me ammunition when I go back to the shop? I think the moniyor is just broken, but what is wrong with the computer? Bread54321Aug 24, 2012, 8:40 AM Thanks and sorry for the late reply.
If the PSU fires up or does anything, it's not the PSU.I'd amend that to *probably* not the PSU. it's also possible that the constant breaker resets (if it was on that same circuit) could have been hard on it. http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html captainron276, Nov 23, 2012 #9 chickensandwich Thread Starter Joined: Nov 20, 2012 Messages: 10 dai said: ↑ sounds like a failing power supply what does the bios list for http://lsdsir.net/computer-won-t/computer-won-t-load-up-help-hijack-this-log.html As those pins are (almost) directly forwarded to the PSU, if it starts the fans, the PSU is outputting power, if it stops spinning soon after, it means the Motherboard is
Try swapping your PSU for a new one. Can shut down and then power up again during the day if I want, but in the morning, have to unplug that sucker and plug it back in again to get So, ~50 to 60 watts would be used in a desktop with an SSD, AMD 5350 quad core, and 8 GB of RAM depending on the PS rating. By placing plastic washers in there, this client created an intermittent problem the likes of which I had never seen.
I didn't touch it or modify anything, just poof.It's plugged in, the power light in the motherboard is green.I have no idea what the problem is. Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… June 2nd, 2010,05:39 PM #1 prattden View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Junior Member Join Date Jun 2010 Posts Maybe my computer isn't a morning 'puter. If you notice a lose cable, it may very well be the reason why the PC did not turn on.Also, check that memory and the video card are connected properly.The power
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