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post #11 of 31
WELL One qick questing were u grounded? carpent+ computer+static=uh oh fried mobo.


my favorite saying is if it aint broke dont fix it.

i learned that the hardway
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Is the 4-pin CPU power connector from your PSU plugged into the board?
 
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post #13 of 31
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Yea I was relatively grounded. How I do it every time. Mat on granite slab + tile floor. But I like i said I was torquing it pretty good with the stupid push pins and the MB out of the case.

Also please send me the next picture in the sequence from your avatar
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Is the 4-pin CPU power connector from your PSU plugged into the board?
Yes it is. Although when its unplugged it just runs w/o shutting down but still no post. When plugged in it shows the symptoms that I described.
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post #15 of 31
try jumping the power pins. sound like your button/switch is sticking.
also check the usb front panel wiring if you have any attached
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try jumping the power pins. sound like your button/switch is sticking.
also check the usb front panel wiring if you have any attached
With just a screwdriver or something? Dont have any extra jumpers. Also I only have the power switch plugged in because i suspected that but I guess there could be a short in the PW switch that could do it.
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With just a screwdriver or something? Dont have any extra jumpers. Also I only have the power switch plugged in because i suspected that but I guess there could be a short in the PW switch that could do it.
screwdriver, pen,screw anything that will connect the 2 pins together for like 2 seconds.
the reason i am suggesting this is most to all motherboard if you hold down the power key for 5-8 seconds it will shut the computer off. but if it is sticking it will just do a continious loop
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With just a screwdriver or something? Dont have any extra jumpers. Also I only have the power switch plugged in because i suspected that but I guess there could be a short in the PW switch that could do it.
Anything metal that can connect the pins is fine.
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screwdriver, pen,screw anything that will connect the 2 pins together for like 2 seconds.
the reason i am suggesting this is most to all motherboard if you hold down the power key for 5-8 seconds it will shut the computer off. but if it is sticking it will just do a continious loop
Ok jumped the power pins with no others connected. Same deal, it actually still powers off AND back on without the pins connected so it seems component is fried right? If it was a short somewhere it would stay off.

With that being said its not CPU 100%, not ram 99%, could it be a vid card? Or of course the board is somehow died.
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post #20 of 31
Things to note, I took the motherboard out this time to try and install my cooler easier, it wasn't easier and there was quite a bit of fighting, bending and pushing on the board. Damn push pins. Second don't think its ram because it wont post.


are you sure the hsf has a good connection to the cpu?
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