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thermaltake ult-500p

yea i plug em in the correct spot.
Try the steps here, always works for me.
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From my understanding, fixing a bad overclock is easy: Physically unplug the power cable to your PSU and wait 10+ seconds. It should give you some error the next time it boots (give it extra time to boot, too), and will revert to default BIOS settings.
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grunion: i don't understand this part cycling the front panel power switch. is that the power switch?

version2. the problem is that nothing is running how can it shows error?
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grunion: i don't understand this part cycling the front panel power switch. is that the power switch?

version2. the problem is that nothing is running how can it shows error?
Yes, the front panel switch.
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post #15 of 27
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Yes, the front panel switch.
if he unplugs the4pin cpu cord, it will power on, so chances are the buttons fine

have you tried reseating?
try removing the cpu from the mobo, and placing it back in, it will cause a new cpu installed error, which may get you to post

do you have any system speaker you can plug onto the mobo pins to see if there is a beep code?
actually, ignore this^^ last one. you cant get it to turn on without removing the 4pin...

i think either your mobo died, or the psu, more than likely, the psu
post #16 of 27
I had this issue with my old PSU.. the 12v cable in question burned out on the PSU. Without power to one side of that connection..you have NO cpu power...hence, no beeps, no POST, no nothing.

If you are familiar with 'hot-wiring' a PSU, you can run the PSU alone, and measure at the plug connection for 12v to confirm my suspicions.
post #17 of 27
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if he unplugs the4pin cpu cord, it will power on, so chances are the buttons fine

have you tried reseating?
try removing the cpu from the mobo, and placing it back in, it will cause a new cpu installed error, which may get you to post

do you have any system speaker you can plug onto the mobo pins to see if there is a beep code?
actually, ignore this^^ last one. you cant get it to turn on without removing the 4pin...

i think either your mobo died, or the psu, more than likely, the psu
Not having him test the buttons, just resetting the psu to clear out the power to the mobo

Pulling the ram is a little easier than pulling the proc, in the end it should give the same results.

I still think he should let it sit over night with everything disconnected and the cmos jumped.

Kudos on the speaker, completely forgot about that
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if he unplugs the4pin cpu cord, it will power on, so chances are the buttons fine

have you tried reseating?
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actually, ignore this^^ last one. you cant get it to turn on without removing the 4pin...

i think either your mobo died, or the psu, more than likely, the psu
yes if i unplug the 4 pins connector everything power on. as soon as i plug that thing in everything went blank. i might run to frys now and get a new psu to test it out. thanks guy i'll let u know as soon as i test the new psu to see whether it is my psu or mobo.
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post #19 of 27
Dont go to Fry's!! Test it out!

Stick a paperclip in the 24pin plug, connecting the green wire to one of the black wires. This will turn on the PSU! Then use a volt-meter to check for 12v on the plug.

...if there is power..it is not the PSU.
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yes if i unplug the 4 pins connector everything power on. as soon as i plug that thing in everything went blank. i might run to frys now and get a new psu to test it out. thanks guy i'll let u know as soon as i test the new psu to see whether it is my psu or mobo.
I totally missed that earlier, test the PSU like CL suggested.
It's not hard, nor dangerous, heck FRys probably has a $6 dollar psu tester if you don't have a MM.
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