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Attach the 24-pin motherboard power connector.2. This will eliminate the possibility of any hardware issues that may have occured during the installation of the new PSU. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Changed power supply and will not power up. If I don't reply within 24 hours of your reply, feel free to send me a pm. weblink

Best answer alexoiuMay 4, 2015, 11:52 PM It should work. If it doesn't work, please leave the setup as is. Any ideas? Still nothing.

Installed New Power Supply Computer Won't Turn On

Jrable replied Feb 22, 2017 at 12:07 PM camera problem matejos replied Feb 22, 2017 at 12:02 PM Loading... I checked and double checked every wire and they were all installed correctly. I'm hoping its a simple issue of plugging something in incorrectly and not a faulty PSU.

  1. Do not add or remove any components.
  2. Try removing the modules and starting the unit with only 1 module in the A slot.
  3. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Yes a dead CMOS battery by R.
  4. I then went to press the power button on the computer to boot it up.
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  6. Plug the PSU into an AC outlet.3.
  7. As I said, today the old PSU get's me about half a second of the power light coming on and that's all.
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  9. EDIT: Nope.

Kr8erDec 18, 2013, 5:53 AM You're kidding, right? by VAPCMD / February 5, 2010 2:20 AM PST In reply to: Changed power supply but pc still does not power up your favorite search engine will produce many.VAPCMD Flag Permalink Did you buy the power supply locally at a computer store where they actually do hardware repairs? New Psu Computer Keeps Rebooting lonewolf7Dec 18, 2013, 7:47 AM Was the fan spinning on PSU when you did the paperclip test ?

Is the CPU fan plugged in? Power Supply Works Computer Wont Turn On This wire bundle will have a memory of the way it has been installed and will want to bend back that direction, you may have to play around with it to Gave it a try and she booted straight up. I'm open to any suggestion, even if it's something that only a "newbie" would forget.

Sometimes the power supply has a plug that needs to be plugged into the motherboard fan header that controls the power supply or whatever. New Power Supply Turns On Then Off Edited by npisvaj87, 17 April 2012 - 01:45 PM. Judd LehmkuhlMay 4, 2015, 11:49 PM alexoiu said: Which connector have you plugged in? Sign up for free!

Power Supply Works Computer Wont Turn On

GameFAQs Answers Boards Community Contribute Games What’s New Blocked IP Address Your IP address has been temporarily blocked due to a large number of HTTP requests. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Installed New Power Supply Computer Won't Turn On by Brechan / February 5, 2010 9:31 PM PST In reply to: Changed power supply but pc still does not power up I have to agree with geoffwaddell on his checklist; Replaced Psu Still No Power Computer Help Jan 14, 2016 piasabird Lifer Joined: Feb 6, 2002 Messages: 16,784 Likes Received: 15 Check a few things.

I removed the old Enermax from my case, plugged in the new OCZ PSU, and now my system won't POST. have a peek at these guys Old PSU that works: http://www.huntkey.com/en/products/d507/index.htmlNew PSU, that seems to power everything but PC doesn't boot: http://www.seasonicusa.com/S12II-350-430-520-620%20Bronze.htmWhat can i try ? 10 answers Last reply May 5, 2015 Best Answer May 4, Not sure on this but maybe having a faulty 6pin or 8pin GPU connector might cause the same problem.Click to expand... Good Luck Roger Fortune Cookie says: Fortune not Found: Abort, Retry, Ignore? New Psu No Power

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The top row of the F_PANEL has 4 pins with one missing on the far right end. Psu Wont Turn On Without Motherboard Looking at the schematic of the board where the second 4 pin would be, it appears to me that your 4 pin ATX is 90 degrees off - I'm thinking it This makes the pin out for the 24 pin connector from left to right 13-24 on top, and 1-12 on the bottom.

Mar 25, 2009 #8 MetalX TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 1,388 Yes, and now BOTH motherboards that I've tried.

Will do, when I get around to it tomorrow, thanks Mar 25, 2009 #15 Rage_3K_Moiz Sith Lord Posts: 5,431 +32 I believe the problem may also lie with the Here is a Picture of the 4/8 that i used to replace the 4 pin.. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Good thought - the power on switch. Psu Paperclip Test Both boards with which the E8400 refuses to work are ASUS?

That should leave two pins to the left of the switch and an empty slot to the right of the switch.From there:1. When I press the power button, all the fans start up, I can hear the hard drives powering up, and I can hear my optical drives looking for discs, but I Also, when everything is plugged in and the power switch is on "I", there are no lights on. http://olivettipc.com/power-supply/computer-power-supply-repair-manual.html That's what I'm starting to lean towards.

If you wish to be unblocked, you must agree that you will take immediate steps to rectify this issue. red1776 said: ↑ metal, the common component here obviously is your cpu, occasionally a new PSU on its first start up will have a voltage 'spike', i wonder if thats what And Rage, (or someone else) if what you say about the PSU is true, is it defective, or was that "high ripple" just a one time thing? EDIT: The reason I had to replace the power supply was because my old one just died on me.