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My computer wont start. I built it about a week ago and it ran perfectly until now. I restarted my computer to change a fan speed setting in the bios and the computer botted back up, then I was about to leave for a 2 day trip so I shut my computer off but I realized I wanted to check something so I went and hit the power button and nothing happened. I tried different power cords, and different sockets, I also made sure my power strip and psu were in the on position. My monitor works fine on the same power strip. So now I am at a loss of what to do can anyone suggest thing I can do to get my computer working again please.

My rig is in the sig rig.
post #2 of 8
Initial thought would be to reset the CMOS via the CMOS reset pin.

EDIT: Also, is there any lights? Fans spinning? Anything like that?
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Initial thought would be to reset the CMOS via the CMOS reset pin.
EDIT: Also, is there any lights? Fans spinning? Anything like that?

No the pc is powered down and there are no lights or fans spinning and the CMOS button is that button on the io panel right?
post #4 of 8
Before you go and reset the CMOS double check all the connectors inside the case. If your mobo has the option try to power it up directly as it could also be a bad switch.
post #5 of 8
Is it possible you hit the power switch on the back of the PSU?
    
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It's actually a 3 pin header on the motherboard. It will have a jumper on 2 of the pins, and you will need to move the jumper over one pin so it is on the middle and far pin. Motherboard manuals are a good resource here!
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post #7 of 8
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Thanks all I figured out what the problem was. I went and hit the power button on my mobo and my comp started right up. Then I went and pushed in the case io panel pins and then started my computer and everything started up fine from the case power switch XD. I just confused on how they got loose tho?
post #8 of 8
Glad to see you got it resolved. These things happen from time to time. Most of the connectors rarely fit very snug anyway so all it takes sometimes is a slight tug or a bump and then you get these head-scratchers. You would think someone would propose a universal pin layout so that mobo and case manufacturers could coordinate a locking plug like we see on PSU's. That might make too much sense, though.
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