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I feel you Lighthouse, and THX.. Swapped PSUs and it took off. If you can find nothing wrong in the hardware sector, then try a low-level format utility to wipe your machine and then re-install the bios per these instructions require you About us | Privacy policy | Mailing list | Mobile this contact form

Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top SupaFly Posts: 11 This post has been reported. It was the motherboard. Now, I'm met with 1 long 3 short, and after a while 1 short beeps.. Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Self build.

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I was going to clear the CMOS and noticed that the Jumper was missing. Cheers, Al Report ladytech- May 8, 2009 at 03:26 AM thanks for your reply, I have just resolved the issue through the help of some geek friends. A CCM membership gives you access to additional options. Damn thoght motherboard was dead!

I uninstalled the program which I thought was corrupting my PC, I backed up my files just in case and Have NOT had any problems since then. Thanks ! It crashed again recently and rebooted automatically, I restarted it and entered the BIOS setup to check the settings and it froze in BIOS setup screen and I hadn't changed anything, Microcenter n my secondary master cd rom wid a slave hdd.

Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are If you have access to another PC, I recommend removing the HDD from the failed PC and fitting it as a slave (make sure the jumper is set OK) and recover That seems like the best option to me, unless anyone here is able to help you (Which undoubtedly someone can). The motherboard I'm using is the M2N78-LA (Motherboard Specifications, M2N78-LA (Violet) HP Pavilion Elite e9105z CTO Desktop PC - HP Customer Care (United States - English)) Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links

Did you swap the memory sticks? PC wont turn on at all (no leds no... I immediate rebooted. But this time it wouldn't start up at all, intact it won't even make that "beep" sound, indicating It's about to start...

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Point to this is, when you install a pc, make sure everything is installed correctly and that there is nothing that can cause a short circuit or otherwise interfeer with the First check your monitor manual for the maximum resolution and refresh rate. Cmos Battery Note: I switched my Video cards and same problem.....why why!!! Psu bishops suggestion to hold down the power button without any device attached(no monitor, no keyboard, no power, no cdrom, no HD) It works for the first boot up with all the

Report shra- Dec 5, 2014 at 03:28 AM it worked!!!! Helpful +7 Report Wattup Oct 4, 2009 at 01:12 AM Thanks for all the information here... I'll look some BIOS types up to see what comes closest to the image I have buried in my head. I removed the power cable when computer was on and again pluged in. Pc Part Picker

my pc fired up everyting workn but no signal on da monitor and my hdd led stayed on al the time. Memtest and similar scanners have been used alot to scan everything for problems, but they never come with anything. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I tried another graphics card, same thing.I tried to remove and put back the CMOS battery, nothing changes.I tried all kinds of RAM combinations, nothing changesOne particular detail that caught my

in General Support Hello In Windows10, what is the easiest way to change the case of existing text that I have selected? In this situation you will need to "take ownership" of the files and folders on the old drive to get access from the host PC, that is done as below: Helpful +2 Report Highway72 237Posts Thursday April 2, 2009Registration date July 16, 2009 Last seen Apr 3, 2009 at 04:36 PM ello, My spare PC has also come down to this

Top jumbo Gerbil In Training Topic Author Posts: 5 Joined: Mon Mar 05, 2012 5:22 pm Re: ASUS P5B turns on but won't boot Quote #9 Tue Mar 27, 2012

Therefore, there are multiple factors that must... It's either no beep at all, or the warning 1+3 beeps, so when I figured out the mobo's manual has its own set of beep codes? Does no one have a solution for this problem? If you don't get a signal on the other monitor, then it's the graphic card.

You will need to remove the memory stick(s) you have, put in another stick and then turn it on... I saw the CPU light extinguish after about 5 seconds. Also make sure that all of your PSU connections are proper, including any CPU or 12V rail plugs, the CPU heat-sink fan connection, etcetera.Make sure that the motherboard is properly resting his comment is here I dont know if it happens with other mobos as well...

Helpful +3 Report kromar May 16, 2009 at 03:03 PM i have the same problem as Guayaco36, most of the time it happens when rebooting and its very anoying:( specs: gigabyte AMD Sempron 2200+ Radeon 9200 128mb graphic card 1gb DDR1 Ram (2x 512mb) CD/RW lite drive Basic CD Lite Drive 2 hard drives (1 75gb 1 40gb) ASUS mobo (dont kno I had one late last year on a different board from MSI that was weird and temperamental like that. Report K2B- Jul 22, 2009 at 10:41 AM Hej, ive seen the same problem on my brothers pc..

Report alborg- May 8, 2009 at 02:06 AM You should unplug everything- the HDs, the CDROM drive, memory chips, new video cards, external fans (I once got a shorted case fan I built my pc last year and it crashed on me just a couple of months ago. I dont know if it happens with other mobos as well... Now this happened, while gaming, before and it just needed a restart.

Report liam- Nov 13, 2014 at 10:36 AM PC power cord n hold for 30 worked for me cheers Report plam79 1Posts Sunday November 2, 2014Registration date November 28, 2014 Last Asking for help here for my brother's computer (thanks... This is not a problem with my own computer, but with my brother's.