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And how many sticks? Report natalia1117- Mar 22, 2009 at 01:48 PM i was having the same issues, blank monitor, light comes on, fan on, no beeps and I read this post. Please throw some of your astute brain cells my way and see if you could shed some light here? I can't know for sure.It does seem the most likely though if you removed the CPU from the mobo when cleaning. his comment is here

since my machine is older, the mobo only cost $60, less than it would be to have someone try and re-solder them, and who knows what else is wrong with it. I can access the hard drive if I use a vista restore disk, then run repair (which it says its a hareware problem cant repair this problem). Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Try to borrow a known good PSU of around 550 - 600 watts. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/replaced-cpu-fan-now-computer-won-t-start-any-ideas-295656/

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Of the three hard drives, 2 of them beep when plugged in individually, but I don't think that's significant. To be sure if your motherboard is still in good working condition, remove the memory card and power on the PC. If you cleaned it properly, your probably just knocked something loose... is the cpu fan connected to the motherboard fan port?if you have a seperate video card, does it need an additional power connector?

  1. Its still working after 6 years.
  2. I did all the tests mentioned in the forum including the heating test of the CPU and the fan test for the power supply and everyting seems to work properly.
  3. I'd let it dry for a few days and try again.How did you apply thermal paste?
  4. I would recommend you backup your important data by taking the hard disk to another PC and connecting it externally by connecting it via an IDE/USB cable or an external enclosure.
  5. Hey presto!

If the beep code indicates "no video card found" then try reseating the video card. Boot. What was the result? Computer Will Not Turn On But Fans Are Running We can't figure out which motherboard the computer uses.

Report TechnicalFoul 2Posts Monday November 30, 2009Registration date December 1, 2009 Last seen - Dec 1, 2009 at 05:46 PM Hi. Then the next day I took out ram, agp card, cd, floppy, cpu, and cmos battery and reinserted them but then it wouldn't beep even if I took out the ram If the power supply to the fan dies, the heatsink fins will generally dissipate enough heat to allow the CPU to power off without damage. http://www.mysuperpc.com/build/pc_first_boot_common_problems.shtml The Eraser trick got everything to fire up, but it still hung at the countdown page.

I have added processor fan and replaced faulty power supply fan .NOW AM UP AND RUNNING . Motherboard Standoffs Removing the heat sink to clean it may have wiped off some of this paste, or the paste may have dried up if your computer is a few years old. The only thing I'd try before that is testing with another power supply but it seems doubtful considering it's powering the system up. Did you flip the switch on the back of the power supply back on?

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The only thing that I can think of is when I cleaned off my processor with alcohol, I did use a but much. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/302168-31-computer-boot-changing-cases I have tried removing all components and re-seating them but still the same result. Replaced Cpu Computer Won't Boot I took my processor out to clean it, and didn't take out the motherboard or unplug anything to install it. Cpu Fan Error PAWEEEEESE HEEEEWWWWWLLLPP MEE!!!!

I also noticed when the machine freezes up that the fan is spinning like normal and the machine does not shut itself off. this content Opened it back up after reading your comment and cleaned with eraser. Use just the 2x4 ones and see what happens. The connection to the power and reset buttons are also system panel cables, so since those are working then at least some of the connections are right. Computer Won't Boot After Cpu Upgrade

The only error received is "cpu patch is not installed" but I changed on bios not to halt on error". Jun 21, 2007 #4 CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 2,653 +6 From what I have read, that particular laptop is problematic in that it uses a desktop-style Prescott cpu that runs Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support New to Ubuntu [all variants] [SOLVED] cleaned CPU weblink Worm20Nov 20, 2013, 12:56 AM To do a test, I unplugged all the RAM and it still didn't beep.

Does it give the continuous beep sounds? Reboot And Select Proper Boot Device I took them all out except for one 2gig card. I am 99% sure that everything is plugged into the correct holes, yet it still won't start.Any ideas?

now everything is working fine.

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 Lights come on? My screwdriver slipped a bit and hit the motherboard when I was screwing on the cooler. Newegg Unit powers on, no boot up.

Before I got my new fan, with the old fan and processor, my CPU got to be about 90°C under load, then auto shutdown. When that happens, they will crack when moved, and that generally ruins them... I have worked with computers but have not come accross the problems of a bent pin so I asked in here. http://macland.net/computer-won-39-t/problem-with-my-pc-booting-up.php Try this: Verify all the power connections that are required from the power supply to the motherboard have been made.

Feb 12, 2005 How to remove athlon xp heatsink/fan for heatsink cleaning Jan 29, 2005 PC Won't boot after CPU and NB heatsink upgrade Feb 11, 2005 CPU Fan and Heatsink permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]wildcarde815 2 points3 points4 points 3 years ago(0 children)Reseat everything, cpu, cooler, ram, graphics (WHILE THE SYSTEM IS OFF AND UNPLUGGED). It left a very small little mark. especially since on one all i did was take out the fan and heatsink.

I had the same problem (no usb, monitor etc.). My computer would power on, then power off on its own just a few seconds later then power on again. Well, the problem with your system hanging / restarting is all about defective memory card. That can damage the CPU before shutdown occurs.

DidleyJan 5, 2011, 11:31 AM I had that problem before. RESET CMOS, REMOVING MEMORY, UNPLUGGING ALL DEVICES, REMOVING CMOS BATTERY, TRIED POWER SUPPLY IN ANOTHER SYSTEM AND IT WORKED, TRIED ANOTHER MEMORY, but nothing happened. Report Rem- Jan 8, 2009 at 05:16 AM Hi, i was just wondering if I could ask a question. it could be conductive.

We bought a dell XPS 630i only about 6 months ago, but of course it only has a 3 months warranty, and they will not help us at all. Can u get fujistu siemens motherboard manual they have no online manual Report tusri 2Posts Wednesday September 30, 2009Registration date October 19, 2009 Last seen - Oct 19, 2009 at 02:11 Hidden Dust Bunnies A wayward dust bunny or two may have escaped the Great Cleaning and hidden under another component. Report willnseguintx› DJ AKSHAY - Aug 6, 2009 at 07:31 PM Hey - I'm having a similar problem with a dell dimension 8110.