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Computer wont turn on.. not sure if its MOBO..

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So i updated windows last night... turned off my computer and unplugged it afterwards cause my parents freak out about it.. and now I wake up and the computer is bricked. It won't turn on at all. I put my ear next to the PSU and I can hear it on and everything.. but nothing on my computer turns on. It is plugged in.. i've tried different cords and outlets... i updated the bios like 3 days ago for BF3 beta and it was working afterwards... i dunno if that could have caused anything. Can someone please help?
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post #2 of 38
Disconnect the PSU and pull it. Then put it back in. It happens to me sometimes n that usually helps.
post #3 of 38
The computer was fully off before you pulled the cable out right?

Is there any lights on the mobo when the computer is plugged in?
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The computer was fully off before you pulled the cable out right?

Is there any lights on the mobo when the computer is plugged in?
yeah it was completely off and this stupid motherboard doesnt have any lights on it to show power is on
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post #5 of 38
Or you could try and pull the CMOS Battery then install it again.
post #6 of 38
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yeah it was completely off and this stupid motherboard doesnt have any lights on it to show power is on
Why pull the cable out? Why not just hit the PSU switch?
post #7 of 38
After you updated windows did it ask for a reboot and if so did you let it reboot?

In your BIOS change your boot priority to your DVD/CD and see if you can boot off your Winn7 install DVD. Let us know what happens.
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post #8 of 38
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Originally Posted by jonespwns View Post
yeah it was completely off and this stupid motherboard doesnt have any lights on it to show power is on
Good good

Have you tried to Re-set your cmos via the jumper or battery?

If that doesn't work disconnect the psu, and re-seat the 24pin and the 4/8 pin for the cpu and give it another shot
post #9 of 38
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Originally Posted by idahosurge View Post
After you updated windows did it ask for a reboot and if so did you let it reboot?

In your BIOS change your boot priority to your DVD/CD and see if you can boot off your Winn7 install DVD. Let us know what happens.
Oh shoot didn't think about that. I agree.
post #10 of 38
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Originally Posted by idahosurge View Post
After you updated windows did it ask for a reboot and if so did you let it reboot?


In your BIOS change your boot priority to your DVD/CD and see if you can boot off your Winn7 install DVD. Let us know what happens.
You need to read the op, He CANT get it to power up let alone change the priory of the boot order.

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Oh shoot didn't think about that. I agree.
Think about what you agree too
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