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post #23921 of 28613
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post #23922 of 28613
ok im still having a problem..

power LED remains solid red even after i shutdown.. and just before... system completely shut down and was not able to power on...then power LED came back solid red and i was able to reboot.

what is going on?
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post #23923 of 28613
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Originally Posted by yuugotserved View Post

ok im still having a problem..

power LED remains solid red even after i shutdown.. and just before... system completely shut down and was not able to power on...then power LED came back solid red and i was able to reboot.

what is going on?


 

Is your case still under warranty or did you purchase this case recently?  You might have a short in the I/O panel that can mess your components namely the mobo and such up.

 

If you purchased it recently maybe you can either return it for replacement or such?

 

This has been a known scenario with some of these Storm Scout cases unfortunately.

 

This is how the I/O panel comes as a spare part through Cooler Master: http://cmstore.coolermaster-usa.com/product_info.php?products_id=619

post #23924 of 28613
Does the IO feel loose or does it sink in when you place a usb in the port? You might need to tighten the two retaining screws so it stops the droop. Another thing you can do is place a bit of wire top on the bottom of the IO when you pop the top off. That keeps it from grounding out on top of the case. My brother had this issue with his Sniper. Keep us updated
post #23925 of 28613
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Originally Posted by nickt1862 View Post




Is your case still under warranty or did you purchase this case recently?  You might have a short in the I/O panel that can mess your components namely the mobo and such up.

If you purchased it recently maybe you can either return it for replacement or such?

This has been a known scenario with some of these Storm Scout cases unfortunately.

This is how the I/O panel comes as a spare part through Cooler Master: http://cmstore.coolermaster-usa.com/product_info.php?products_id=619

i purchased this on 7/16/2010 from newegg and it looks like my warranty is expired.

i can push the panel down a bit (i can hear some of the sticky residue when i push it)

do you know how other members of this case solved this? purchasing a spare I/O panel from CM?
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post #23926 of 28613
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Originally Posted by jeffblute View Post

Does the IO feel loose or does it sink in when you place a usb in the port? You might need to tighten the two retaining screws so it stops the droop. Another thing you can do is place a bit of wire top on the bottom of the IO when you pop the top off. That keeps it from grounding out on top of the case. My brother had this issue with his Sniper. Keep us updated

it doesn't feel loose, but the right side feels loose because i can hear the sound of the sticky residue.

and just now.... i plugged in a usb cable into a port and the system completely shut down on me.. i plugged into the other 3 ports and the power LED turns off. i unplug it and its lit again.

so i def need to get this I/O replaced?
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post #23927 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by yuugotserved View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by nickt1862 View Post




Is your case still under warranty or did you purchase this case recently?  You might have a short in the I/O panel that can mess your components namely the mobo and such up.

If you purchased it recently maybe you can either return it for replacement or such?

This has been a known scenario with some of these Storm Scout cases unfortunately.

This is how the I/O panel comes as a spare part through Cooler Master: http://cmstore.coolermaster-usa.com/product_info.php?products_id=619

i purchased this on 7/16/2010 from newegg and it looks like my warranty is expired.

i can push the panel down a bit (i can hear some of the sticky residue when i push it)

do you know how other members of this case solved this? purchasing a spare I/O panel from CM?


 



Quote:
Originally Posted by yuugotserved View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by jeffblute View Post

Does the IO feel loose or does it sink in when you place a usb in the port? You might need to tighten the two retaining screws so it stops the droop. Another thing you can do is place a bit of wire top on the bottom of the IO when you pop the top off. That keeps it from grounding out on top of the case. My brother had this issue with his Sniper. Keep us updated

it doesn't feel loose, but the right side feels loose because i can hear the sound of the sticky residue.

and just now.... i plugged in a usb cable into a port and the system completely shut down on me.. i plugged into the other 3 ports and the power LED turns off. i unplug it and its lit again.

so i def need to get this I/O replaced?


I don't know exactly what others have done when they had this problem - I knew of this type problem with this case, the Storm Sniper and HAF X/932 cases with the same as well.

 

I would stop using this computer immediately as you might do irreversible electrical damage to your components because of this I/O panel which by what you said about plugging into a USB port "sounds" like the culprit and not 1000% certain.

 

You may have to purchase the part and hopefully it'll work out fine - trial and error and a chance one takes.  Or time for a new case? smile.gif

 

 

 

post #23928 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by nickt1862 View Post






I don't know exactly what others have done when they had this problem - I knew of this type problem with this case, the Storm Sniper and HAF X/932 cases with the same as well.

I would stop using this computer immediately as you might do irreversible electrical damage to your components because of this I/O panel which by what you said about plugging into a USB port "sounds" like the culprit and not 1000% certain.

You may have to purchase the part and hopefully it'll work out fine - trial and error and a chance one takes.  Or time for a new case? smile.gif



thanks for the concern smile.gif

I have read from a thread at overclockersclub http://forums.overclockersclub.com/index.php?showtopic=183029 about this issue and someone chatted with CSR to get a replacement, but since im out of the warranty, im not sure if they'll do it.

another person said he/she just disconnected the front panel usb from the motherboard so i may do that temporarily so that this doesn't do permanent damage.
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post #23929 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by yuugotserved View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by nickt1862 View Post






I don't know exactly what others have done when they had this problem - I knew of this type problem with this case, the Storm Sniper and HAF X/932 cases with the same as well.

I would stop using this computer immediately as you might do irreversible electrical damage to your components because of this I/O panel which by what you said about plugging into a USB port "sounds" like the culprit and not 1000% certain.

You may have to purchase the part and hopefully it'll work out fine - trial and error and a chance one takes.  Or time for a new case? smile.gif

 

thanks for the concern smile.gif

I have read from a thread at overclockersclub http://forums.overclockersclub.com/index.php?showtopic=183029 about this issue and someone chatted with CSR to get a replacement, but since im out of the warranty, im not sure if they'll do it.

another person said he/she just disconnected the front panel usb from the motherboard so i may do that temporarily so that this doesn't do permanent damage.


That's "the old bypass trick" with this problem but one never knows with "shorts" from an I/O panel to a mobo.

 

 

post #23930 of 28613
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Originally Posted by nickt1862 View Post



That's "the old bypass trick" with this problem but one never knows with "shorts" from an I/O panel to a mobo.


do you by any chance know how to remove the I/O panel so I can replicate it if CM decides not to send me a replacement and i'll have to buy it for $6 + shipping.

i don't want to wait any longer because i have my fears that this will ruin my whole system.
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