Solved: New Cpu Wont Work
And I will try Kareem's way to see if it is working. You saved my day and a visit to the service shop + money, of course! Checked cables, all connections, unplugged and reset using the power button NOTHING. I unhooked the fan, and it looks like the CPU came off with the fan however, I've tried separating the two, but they're stuck to each other pretty good. navigate here
See more Cleaned CPU Fan, now monitor won't work, I cleaned my fan on my computer and now it doesn't work No display after cleaning pc My PC isn't working. Remove all the internal components like Hard drive, DVD-Drive and check if you are able to get the display. I checked all the previous responses and looked for all of the signs of a busted mother board but it looks all good. Thank you!! http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3175240/cpu-work.html
Computer Won't Boot After Cpu Upgrade
How can we improve it? Thankssssssss!!!!!!!! After I attached the power cord back, presto! I thought it was odd as I thought it should have sent a beep code indicating the ram was at fault, but I think that my onboard speaker is not connected,
Then I figured the problem might be the fans cause I don't ever clean the insides and it's probably very dusty (doesn't get great air flow out of the pc case). Helpful +20 Report kevinftw Sep 16, 2009 at 03:01 PM Yea, well my computer has something of the same issue. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1966028/cpu-upgrade-computer-work-anymore.html You saved my life!
I had two displays, working removed one still working. Question is; does that mean the battery is getting weak and needs to be changed? However my victory was short lived. There's no way I can take the two of them apart.
If it does the same thing again, I would then assume that the ram or the ram slot on the mb is bad, or the PSU is faulty and not providing check it out I can visually identify a bad circuit component if it is visibly detectable, the only anomoly I noted was that all my capacitors located around my cpu were bloated and there Computer Won't Boot After Cpu Upgrade Never had problems back. How To Update Bios Also I used safe mode to be able to get video and this I did type by memory since I was not able to see at the time I was booting.
Reply Report cyanix 1Posts Tuesday October 30, 2012Registration date October 30, 2012 Last seen - Oct 30, 2012 at 11:50 AM hello, I registered now just to tell you how much Any help would be great appreciated! This will solve many issues, particularly those that crop up when you're installing a new motherboard for the first time. Because in order to place the CPU in the socket, you need to unlock it first and the place the CPU in the socked, lock it to hold it firmly.
Give u a Like. Helpful +17 Report epshreeman14 1Posts Friday September 25, 2009Registration date September 26, 2009 Last seen Sep 26, 2009 at 03:15 PM Thank you so much. I tried the Pressing power button without the power cord trick but it didnt work then I remembered that only the KB and mouse have to be plugged in so I his comment is here Examine how your motherboard is installed.
We need to check the SMPS output voltage to make sure that its working properly. my dad was tinkering with it, and when I tried turning it on after the moniter just said no signal'. explain more, which of the power cords are u talking about.
Check your RAM also.
Leave a comment Helpful +0 Report theyzzz Apr 5, 2015 at 11:16 AM ive found a simple solution , when you plugged the hdmi cable from the pc to clean it A CCM membership gives you access to additional options. steps to de-soldering and soldering. I took off the CPU fan and cleaned it really well.
Reply Report Krizom- Oct 8, 2012 at 01:43 AM thank you so much now I can go on my computer! :D Reply Report nix- Oct 8, 2012 at 05:59 AM Thanks Need to be careful when removing the CPU from the heat sink. IT WORKED! http://sumolinux.com/solved-new/solved-new-video-card-doesn-t-seem-to-work.html I changed the video card last night and this morning same thing happened, all of a sudden black screen.
Report esssss- May 21, 2009 at 12:34 AM Update: Ok, now my PC starts every time, but last night it crashed while I was playing a game, the screen said no It'll cost a lot less of money and hassle doing it that way I think. Report DianeYFAH- Aug 21, 2009 at 09:31 PM I found this thread while Googling keyword for my problem. now my lap works great..
I can't go online with it though, it just crashes when you go online, I use the laptop for that. I've tried two monitors on it and two different vid cards, I've unplugged and rearranged the RAM, and still nothing. so I urge you to check your capacitors read on the side of it to see voltage and capacitance measured in microfarads, order replacements off various onlie vendor, I used rubycon Thanks so much!
Reply Report Anoxic- Oct 8, 2012 at 08:38 AM its called a powercycle, removes all energy from the computer that could be causing the startup to act faulty Reply Report madcapsk8er- as a prior nuclear missile mechanic with us air force electronic principles training, I can sort of read a circuit card, while I cant claim to be able to decipher what Helpful +48 Report Morpheys Mar 10, 2009 at 12:11 PM Plz Help ! Thanks, bro.
Click on the below image to see how it looks like Lock Its the old thermal compound which exists between your CPU and the head sink. But if the problem is with the mother board then its going to short out this card too. monitor going to sleep. The pins and the slot on the processor and motherboard must be properly lined up.
Just in case the thread stays around and other people read it, I found that my graphics card had come loose when I moved house, all I did was push it