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Had to replace a few hp mobo's with non hp boards,
In my expierence HP does not use standoffs, but rather raises a large chuck of metal, that works fine with their bords but not standard atx motherboards,
My solution was to cover the board (around the screw holes) with electric tape.

Have you tried staring the motherboard sitting on your desk out of the case?
Does the PSU turn on when it is pluged in, but not pluged into the mobo?
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Glad to hear you are sticking around. We have brought another to the light. Now as soon you get yourself a decent psu you need to start playing around with overclocking. btw if your board, the Asrock Dual vsta 775 isn't fried and you start ocing with it shoot me a pm. I got one collecting dust that I can use to help you get you oc stable
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Had to replace a few hp mobo's with non hp boards,
In my expierence HP does not use standoffs, but rather raises a large chuck of metal, that works fine with their bords but not standard atx motherboards,
My solution was to cover the board (around the screw holes) with electric tape.

Have you tried staring the motherboard sitting on your desk out of the case?
Does the PSU turn on when it is pluged in, but not pluged into the mobo?
Yes I have tried running the board out side of the case, same thing occurs. although i did not try running only the power supply alone thank you for you suggestion i will try it now
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Glad to hear you are sticking around. We have brought another to the light. Now as soon you get yourself a decent psu you need to start playing around with overclocking. btw if your board, the Asrock Dual vsta 775 isn't fried and you start ocing with it shoot me a pm. I got one collecting dust that I can use to help you get you oc stable
Once it all works out fine I shall pm you thank you for everything
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Had to replace a few hp mobo's with non hp boards,
In my expierence HP does not use standoffs, but rather raises a large chuck of metal, that works fine with their bords but not standard atx motherboards,
My solution was to cover the board (around the screw holes) with electric tape.

Have you tried staring the motherboard sitting on your desk out of the case?
Does the PSU turn on when it is pluged in, but not pluged into the mobo?
I just tried the psu by itself, and it doesnt turn on at all, but it makes a strange squeeling sound! not sure what that is....

EDIT: it is actually quite loud o.0
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I just tried the psu by itself, and it doesnt turn on at all, but it makes a strange squeeling sound! not sure what that is....

EDIT: it is actually quite loud o.0
That mean the PSU went bye bye or it is dead Jim.
Edited by dixson01974 - 6/8/11 at 10:03pm
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That mean the PSU when bye bye or it is dead Jim.
owells, atleast I know the problem 100% now... Thanksss
I love your words though "bye bye" "dead jim" lol
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I just tried the psu by itself, and it doesnt turn on at all, but it makes a strange squeeling sound! not sure what that is....

EDIT: it is actually quite loud o.0
Yeah I would call that dead. Some correct me if I'm wrong(probably am) but it sounds like it could be coil while or a cap getting ready to blow.

If you want to find out if it a cap and feel like tearing the thing a part (sounds like its dead anyways, might as well give it a shot) give this tutorial a read through. I know it's for a re-capping a monitor, but re-capping is re-capping. Just be really careful cause psu's can still store energy after they have been unplugged.

Comeon, Click me and fix your PSU!
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Yeah I would call that dead. Some correct me if I'm wrong(probably am) but it sounds like it could be coil while or a cap getting ready to blow.

If you want to find out if it a cap and feel like tearing the thing a part (sounds like its dead anyways, might as well give it a shot) give this tutorial a read through. I know it's for a re-capping a monitor, but re-capping is re-capping. Just be really careful cause psu's can still store energy after they have been unplugged.

Comeon, Click me and fix your PSU!
Haha, thanks, I will probably take it apart sometime, but really couldnt be bothered atm
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Yeah I would call that dead. Some correct me if I'm wrong(probably am) but it sounds like it could be coil while or a cap getting ready to blow.

If you want to find out if it a cap and feel like tearing the thing a part (sounds like its dead anyways, might as well give it a shot) give this tutorial a read through. I know it's for a re-capping a monitor, but re-capping is re-capping. Just be really careful cause psu's can still store energy after they have been unplugged.

Comeon, Click me and fix your PSU!
Unless you think your life is worth the price of a PSU.... then DO NOT OPEN A PSU EVER. The energy stored even after its unplugged can and will kill you. and at the very least will severely injure you permanently.
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