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post #1 of 58
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I finly got to build a pc for my mom
put it all to gether with no problems.
booted up the frist time install win 7 64
put all motherboard drivers video sound.
istall windows up dates was working awsome for like 8 hours
then it started to blue screen and just went dead.
All i get is a green like on the board and when i turn it on
nothing fand dont even speen.
and the pc was running at stock.

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post #2 of 58
You gave your mom a 570 and a 1k power supply !

I would say motherboard problem.
    
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post #3 of 58
Well, check your connections again. The symptoms you describe sound like a loose connection.
I'm assuming you have some spare PC parts to try process of elemination? MB would be the first place I would look after paperclip testing the PSU.
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post #4 of 58
sounds like the motherboard. You can do the PSU test to eliminate that.

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Q: How can I test my power supply?

A: You can easily test a power supply for functionality with a simple paperclip. First, disconnect all the cables from your motherboard and other devices, but leave the power supply plugged into the wall. Next, bend the paperclip until you have a U shape. Find the 24-pin ATX connector and plug one part of the paperclip into the socket where the green wire ends, and the other end into the socket where a black wire ends. Make sure the power switch on the back of the PSU is on, (should be the I symbol) and the fan should spin up. If it doesn’t, your power supply may be bad
post #5 of 58
mortherboard short? standoffs installed correctly?
    
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post #6 of 58
Is your mom really about cancer prevention or what!? Fold Fold Fold Folding.. To me it sounds like something is ajar, maybe your monitor cable even something inside your computer like a graphics card, or RAM.
post #7 of 58
That is a hot case.

But you can start off with the basics. 1 stick ram, trying another gpu, maybe swap psu. Oh might try to run caseless also.. maybe some short or something if it isn't even turning on now.
post #8 of 58
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psu is good i tested it with a paper clip

i even took it all apart and rebuild.
i got the same ram in my pc and tryed it in my moms
so its not the ram.
or psu.
but one think i did notice was after the frist build i checked the bios and the cpu
temp was like 70c .
so i thought the intel cooler was mounted wrok but it was all snug.
so i took that one off and i put mine on from my 2600k
and the temps went down to 59c that still to how for just sitting in the bios.

then i was to see if i could speed up the cpu fan so i checked the monitor seting in the bios
and the fan speed only went to 600 rpms
is that all the stock fan goes up to.
post #9 of 58
Check the voltages, lower them if they are too high. It should be above 600
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post #10 of 58
Ive seen in other threads where the cpu wasnt down all the way & it gave bad temp readings.. Be sure it is seated all the way ...worth a shot
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