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So I have an old PC that was working, but when I moved it to a new case I decided to put new thermal compound on the stock HS. When I got the old socket 487 heatsink off, it pulled the CPU out of the socket with it. Afraid to mess with it, I tried lining up the CPU (still attached to HS) with the socket, and putting it all back together.

I've got it all back together now, but when I hit the power button, everything powers up (fans all at 100%), but there is no POST. I'll try resetting the CMOS here in a couple minutes and post the results. Any idea what could have happened? If I didn't get the CPU back in place properly, would the system even power up?

EDIT: Reset CMOS, nothing changed.
Edited by RapidFireGT - 12/21/08 at 7:09pm
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post #2 of 14
If the cpu isnt seated right it wont power up. I would double check the ram and make sure none of them got bumped out a bit.
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I would think that your set-up is now compromised.

I'd remove the heatsink, clean the old thermal paste, apply new thermal paste, and without the heatsink to obstruct your view, make sure that you align the CPU pins properly with the MOBO socket, reseat heatsink and try to boot up again!
 
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are all the cables plugged in? +12 line (2 yellow, 2 black)
    
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Originally Posted by RapidFireGT View Post
So I have an old PC that was working, but when I moved it to a new case I decided to put new thermal compound on the stock HS. When I got the old socket 487 heatsink off, it pulled the CPU out of the socket with it. Afraid to mess with it, I tried lining up the CPU (still attached to HS) with the socket, and putting it all back together.

I've got it all back together now, but when I hit the power button, everything powers up (fans all at 100%), but there is no POST. I'll try resetting the CMOS here in a couple minutes and post the results. Any idea what could have happened? If I didn't get the CPU back in place properly, would the system even power up?

EDIT: Reset CMOS, nothing changed.
One question...Did you remove the heat sink before reinstalling the CPU? If you did you are going to have to remove the heat sink, remove CPU(Which should be just setting on socket), lift lever for socket, insert CPU, lock lever down, reinstall heat sink with themal past and see what you got from there.


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One question...Did you remove the heat sink before reinstalling the CPU? If you did you are going to have to remove the heat sink, remove CPU(Which should be just setting on socket), lift lever for socket, insert CPU, lock lever down, reinstall heat sink with themal past and see what you got from there.


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Ah, maybe thats it? Because I didn't want to try to peel the CPU off, I just wanted to put it back the way it way. So I just left the CPU attached to the heatsink, and just placed it back into the socket. Didn't mess with the lever at all. I'll try everybody's suggestions and post back in a little bit, thanks guys.
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if u didnt mess with the lever at all, im pretty sure theres might have been a pin or two torn out
    
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ok, i would try a reseat, allign everything properly reinstall the hsf and check the ram seating and all your connections. hope that helps.
    
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I just had this happen. I yanked the hsf out and the proc came with it.
Gently twist the proc back and forth until it gets loose enough to twist off. Then carefully look at the rows of pins. If any are bent, take a toothpick and slowly work at getting them straight. Reseat and reassemble
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I had this exact problem with a socket 754 rig of mine. It turns out the clamp on the CPU fastener was too tight. I loosened it up a tad, although as to not let it fall off, and it booted right up. If it ever booted up and i heard the fans go to 100%, i knew that was the problem.

This typically happened to me when i transported the computer in my car, it would get jolted around and stuff in the trunk.
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