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post #11 of 16
sounds like you fried something |:

ermmmm try removing the new gfx and the new psu and put the old one in...

were you switching from onboard gfx to pci-e or a low end card to 8600?
post #12 of 16
Cheers enterprise
post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post
I will move it.

Also what is the Amperage of the +12v rail on that PSU ?. You can check by looknig at the sticker on the side of your PSU.
19A
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From on board. But i havent install the new card yet as its hasnt booted up since.
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post #15 of 16
sounds like its shorted... id take the whole thing apart and rebuild just to check no shorts.

One of my machines had no visable short but never booted took her aparet rebuilt her and she worked...
post #16 of 16
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19A
Ouch...Have you only got a single +12v rail ?. Please check to make sure you only have one +12v listed on the sticker...If you do then you may have found your problem. 19A for the whole system is not very good .
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