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post #21 of 30
You might have a short someplace, is this system all mounted up inside the case?

Start from scratch with a base bench build, nothing mounted inside the case, lay it all out on a NON-condictive table top (wood,plastic, just no metal)

Build it up using only the required parts for a bios screen, 1 stick of ram, CPU, Heatsink, Video Card, Power Supply, thats IT, no HD, Opticals, Floppies, Sound cards, NIC's, NOTHING ELSE.

Clear the CMOS, (pull the battery, short the jumper, wait 60 sec)

fire it up, see what happens, you should at least get a boot screen...
post #22 of 30
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what about all those little wires that go from the case power switch to the mobo. don't i have to plug those in too?
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post #23 of 30
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what about all those little wires that go from the case power switch to the mobo. don't i have to plug those in too?
no, you really only need the short the two power jumpers for a second or two to power up the system, all the power button is on a modern atx system is a momentary open/close switch. Just be careful and only short those to jumbers, us a small flat blade screw driver or other such tool, make sure it has an insulated handle and you don't touch the metal part.
post #24 of 30
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what about all those little wires that go from the case power switch to the mobo. don't i have to plug those in too?
just the one for power switch
ahh edit he beat me to it
    
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post #25 of 30
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still getting the same crap. start up... power down... start up...power down

tried switching out the ram too
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post #26 of 30
i take it you have no other psu to try
    
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post #27 of 30
Yeah, at this point I'd agree, get a different power supply to try, then if it still acts the same way, probably a bad mobo.
post #28 of 30
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well this mobo was fine before I took it out of its case and switched the CPU. I did have to press pretty hard to get the heat sink back in....

btw I have also tried the 700 Watt PSU that I have. So unless I'm hooking something up wrong.... this is irritating though... could it be the new CPU? would that happen if the CPU was dead?

just got an email from DFI saying that with the other PSU i have (the 380) it shouldn't be a problem sticking it in the other 12 v plug.
Edited by click here - 12/19/08 at 4:03am
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post #29 of 30
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mmk just switched out the e5200 for the q6600 which i use to have in there and turned it on and not only did it go through the same cycle but I got this really loud long high pitched beep while it was on.
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post #30 of 30
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maybe I killed my mobo. at first I had set it on the side of the metal case. probably short circuited the crap out of it.
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