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This PC is new and the CPU has never done this before. When I usually turn it on the heatsink is on full blast for a few seconds then it slows down, the monitor picks up the connection and I can go into my BIOS.

Now when I turn it on the heatsink is on full blast, then I hear a small tick sound and it just sits there, the monitor never finds the computer and the heatsink is on constant full blast...I believe the tick noise is the time when the heatsink is suppose to slow down and everything works, what could be the cause of it not starting properly?
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post #2 of 12
Does the PC fully Shutdown or just sit there in like a stand by mode ?

What you Describe actually sounds like Either a PSU issue or a Motherboard grounding issue, Make sure that you removed all motherboard risers from the case you dont need.
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It shuts down but I have to hold the power button in for a few seconds for it to turn off, before when it was working all I had to do was tap the power button and it turned off instantly.

All I did was switch a plug from SATA 2 to SATA 1 and then the next time I tried turning on the PC it started doing this. It just seems like the CPU is not responding to the thing that makes it slow down and start everything up, I already checked every wire to make sure they where in all the way but that doesnt seem to be the problem.
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post #4 of 12
have you tried reseting CMOS?
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post #5 of 12
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I need to figure out how to do that then I guess...
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post #6 of 12
Apart from the CMOS reset make sure the CPU is properly seated in the socket.
post #7 of 12
I've had this happen to my smithfield PD before... I didnt have enough exhaust fans so my piece of **** Thermaltake Jungle CPU cooler fried my PD. So I took to Fry's because it was still under warranty, and they gave me a new one.
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post #8 of 12
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I un-plugged all the stuff to the cpu and then put them back in just to make sure everything is plugged in properly but the heatsink is still on full blast after the tick noise.

Would resetting the CMOS fix this and is there a tutorial of some sort how to do it?
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I un-plugged all the stuff to the cpu and then put them back in just to make sure everything is plugged in properly but the heatsink is still on full blast after the tick noise.

Would resetting the CMOS fix this and is there a tutorial of some sort how to do it?
The simplest method to resetting the CMOS is to take the circle battery out for 10-20 secs and put it back in.
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post #10 of 12
Or on most motherboards there is 3 prongs near the PCI slots, where a jumper is on 2 of those prongs, take it off and put it on the middle, and the one opposite from the one it was on before. Start the system, then shut off. Restore the jumper, and you are done.
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